Technology for Better Health

Larsen, Kurt
January 2009
PN;Jan2009, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p30
Trade Publication
The article provides information on several tips that would help a person manage and improve his health using technologies. It states that blood pressure (BP) self-monitoring improves the compliance of patients and controls hypertension. It tells that My HealtheVet (MHV) offers access to trusted health information, benefits, resources and services, and serves as a tool to better understand and manage one's health. It also notes that the web site www.versiontracker.com provides wellness tips.


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