Telehealth improves MS, study shows; Mobile market projected to double by next year;

> Telehealth visits can improve symptoms of multiple sclerosis, according to a small Israeli study. Article

> A Swedish health group has slammed several pregnancy apps for providing bad advice, and possibly endangering women's pregnancies. Article

> The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn't have many good things to say about the disaster preparedness of hospitals, except when it came to the possibility of mobile technology. Article

> Barnes-Jewish Hospital in Boca Raton, Fla., has created a special app to help patients cancel or reschedule appointments to prevent "appointment abandonment." Announcement

> Vodafone wants your best smartphone apps. The Vodafone Americas Foundation Wireless Innovation Project and the mHealth Alliance Award will be taking submissions until Dec. 31, 2011. Brief

> An intriguing DeviceTalk blog post examines telehealth's value, as well as its critics. Article

> New mobile market data: GSMA projects mobile use to double by next year. Article

And Finally... Hard time for a ham sandwich? Article

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