University of Missouri widens telehealth network; iPod tackles knee surgery;

> The University of Missouri is expanding its telehealth system to 30 sites statewide. Announcement (.pdf)

> A surgeon in Mumbai, India used an iPod Touch connected medical device during knee surgery. Article

> Check out this interesting take on how smartphones are changing healthcare. Article

> Egypt is testing a new smartphone program to diagnose skin conditions. Article

> Read this PricewaterhouseCoopers official's analysis of where the mHealth market is headed. Article

> Industry watchers urge caution with health app development, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Article

> Alert your doctors: Sales reps are coming armed with iPads, and some slick presentations. Article

And Finally... Not sure how much more "advanced" bidet functionality can really get. Article

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