Health Technology Archive

Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker Wristband

Fitbit has long been doing fitness wearables a lot longer than others, but now it’s taking its health tracking technology to the next level with the Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband – and it’s one of the most impressive options we have seen.  Wear this Fitbit Flex wristband to monitor steps taken, distance, calories

Fooducate – Medsurfer

You can like to eat, but still eat well. Fooducate – Diet Tracker & Healthy Food Nutrition Scanner can help. It looks at the food you buy, grades its nutritional value, and recommends healthier alternatives. For example, when you scan a box of Cliff Builder Protein Bar. The app gave the product a grade of

FitBit Aria

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale tracks your weight, body fat percentage, and BMI, painting a picture of your long-term progress. It wirelessly syncs your stats with online graph and mobile tools that help you stay motivated and on track. When you’re in control, stepping on the scale feels good. Just download the Fitbit software, then link

Endomondo Sports Tracker

Endomondo Sports Tracker – GPS Track Running Cycling Walking & More (free) is a handy pocket personal trainer that tracks various outdoor exercises, from running to skiing. Using the phone’s GPS it monitors distance, speed and duration to calculate calories burnt and offer an exact record of your workouts. It also allows users to challenge

BodyMedia FIT Link Armband Weight Management System

Recently a whole new gloss over readable Had earmarked in to provide tools to get in shape but even just lose a few pounds. The BodyMedia LINK Armband Weight Management System is one such device.  It tracks your daily routine from exercise to eating and helps you set goals towards a healthier lifestyle. Using its patented on-body

MyFitnessPal – Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker

Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal is one of the most popular app for calorie and fitness tracking. Once you create an account and enter your demographics it gives you a recommendation for daily caloric intake.

Are there apps that are good for diabetic patients? Yes there are!

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy. There are two types of Diabetes – Type 1 and Type 2. With Type 1 Diabetes, your

How to protect your files and folders in your PC or USB Drive?

Your PC, USB Drives have a lot of data that could be sensitive. While you are not in office or if your PC is shared among other people in office, you may want to protect the data. It is particularly important if you have that data saved on a USB drive. If you lose that

FREE Medical Applications for Your PDA

There are many medical software applications available for PDAs for FREE. A list of some of the most useful one are shown below: Epocrates Rx (http://www.epocrates.com/). This regularly updated medication database’s free basic functions include adult and pediatric dosing, contraindications, adverse effects, pricing, formularies and more. Its multicheck function, allowing cross-checking of interactions among up

Which PDA should I buy for Medical purposes?

It is a very common question because now PDA are also available built-into your mobile phone. After you decide whether to get a separate PDA or Smart mobile (with PDA built-in), you need to decide which operating system – Palm OS or Pocket PC or EPOC. Fortunately, in US, we only have to worry about