August 18, 2014
Berkeley, California-based ChemiSense has developed a wristworn wearable air quality monitor that helps people detect chemicals and pollutants in the air around them, according to a report from MIT Technology Review.
The ChemiSense wearable will help people will asthma identify places where the air is more polluted, which will in turn help them identify triggers and avoid certain places.
December 18, 2012
Asthmapolis. Asthma Journal. AsthmaMD. GlaxoSmithKline's MyAsthma. AsthmaSense and AirSonea, both from iSonea. T-Haler. CitiSense. WeatherMD. iBiomed. Healthanywhere. SMS-based Asthma Signals.
Those are just the asthma-related mobile apps and wireless devices MobiHealthNews has written about. Check Google Play and you'll find nearly 250 Android apps for learning about, treating, tracking and...
October 29, 2012
By Padma Nagappan
While healthcare is shifting from provider-centered episodic care to outcome-based, patient-centered care, at least one speaker at last week's Wireless Health 2012 event believes that more personalized air quality data should be a part of the healthcare discussion, too. In chronic conditions like asthma and cancer, environmental exposures play a major role in disease development...