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FOR YOUR PRACTICE

Moves

ProtoGeo Free iOS/Android   Moves is a fairly straightforward app designed to track both the amount of movement and the places traveled to. Unlike many exercise apps, it is designed to be active all day so a more accurate picture of total daily movement can be achieved. Battery use has …

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ControlMyWeight

By CalorieKing $4.99 iOS ControlMyWeight doesn’t tell your patients what to eat but just helps them to become more aware of their eating habits so that they can slowly make the smarter choices that will lead to weight control.

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All My Food Facts

FoodFacts, Inc. Free for a Limited Time/iOS  For your patients with weight issues, food allergies, and other health issues not normally covered in food information apps, this app takes dietary concerns a step further. Included in the app are features tracking: Diet, Ailment, Allergy, Ingredient and Nutrition Tracker, Calorie Counter, Food …

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National Diabetes Prevention Program

Help your patients prevent type 2 diabetes. Your patients who have prediabetes or are at risk for type 2 diabetes could benefit from the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Participants work with lifestyle coaches in a group setting to lose 5%-7% of their body weight and increase physical activity to at …

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IM Essentials Flashcards

American College of Physicians Free iOS/Android For Internal Medicine students, IM Essentials Flashcards offers over 1,100 flashcards across 11 categories and is the perfect app for studying on-the-go. Each card features a link to the relevant content within IM Essentials Online so you can reinforce your learning experience….

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Visualize You

Visual Health Solutions, Inc. Free (basic version) iOS/Android   If you’re looking for a way to motivate your patients to lose weight, this app could be a huge help. Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, have developed the first "scientifically accurate, …

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