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My Health stores your health data: medical, clinical, everything is always on hand and readily available.
Calculate: Your entry can be reworked to provide important information such as, for example, BMI (body mass index) or to provide a useful warning about the need to buy the medicines you use regularly.
View: charts explain much more than a series of numbers, so they are, for instance, useful to follow the progress of your weight.
My Health manages your data and your entire family's.
A special section is dedicated to babies, to follow the trend of their weight.
You can verify whether the development is correct in percentiles, for infants aged 0 to 36 months.
There are control data for ages from 3 years up to 20 years.
For the little ones, there is a teething chart with dates of onset and loss of milk teeth;
Each card handles personal information with health data, vital data, tests, weight, hospital visits, reminders.
The clinical history can store many informations, highlighting any problems.
Clinical tests are recorded in special forms, highlighting the historical trend of the various clinical tests.
For both blood tests and instrumental tests, you can import files with scanned data in a proper folder and enter the name of the file in a special field, so that they are always sorted and ready for viewing, directly from program.
The section devoted to drugs, can control the expiration of the drugs present in the cabinet and to know in advance when you run out of packages of those taken regularly.
The growth of my child is within the correct percentile values?
Do I have outdated medicines in the cupboard?
Where do we stand with the growth of my child's teeth?
What is the value of my body mass index (BMI)?
The answers are all included in this program!
*** FINAL NOTE *** This application has been DEEPLY TESTED by an Apple's dedicated team before being made available for sale. Applications that present bugs, that do not offer the features listed in the description and does not run on Mac OS X Lion are inexorably rejected.