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Depression Screening – New Medical Symptom

December 2, 2008 Leave a comment

Today at infoMedMD, a medical symptoms checker, we released our lasted infoMed entitled Depression Screening

Do you think you are depressed? Only a doctor can diagnosis this for sure and sometimes, they even disagree. This private INFOMED will ask you a series of questions to see if you may depressed. It will also ask you questions to determine whether your depression has a medical or situational basis – or both.

The Depression Screening infoMed (and all infoMeds) can be embedded onto your website with the following code.

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Is Health 2.0 the Beginning of Web 3.0?

November 25, 2008 4 comments

In a previous article, Web 2.No More, I wrote about how the current economic conditions are moving us into a new web life cycle. Away from Web 2.0 and into Web 3.0 where the leading web applications will focus more on solving critical problems rather than creating love connections.  In that post I wrote:

Health 2.0 applications like SermoinfoMedMD & PatientsLikeMe are in their infancy but they’re quickly providing patients all over the world with medical research, information and patient outreach – services that previously were only available via costly doctor visits. Online medical applications were definitely slow to adapt Web 2.0 technologies, but I think they’re some of the first players in Web 3.0. Interactive medical data applications used not for online enjoyment (or making friends) but rather to educate people in an attempt to make their lives better and healthier. 

Health 2.0 is the commencement of this new web cycle and over time we might discover that there was years of overlap between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. Technology and ideas evolve. Some still adapt the old ways while others are pushing ahead. The current economic conditions calls for the immediate change in definition, valuation, focus and efficiency. Some will make the jump from 2.0 to 3.0, others won’t make it out and many more are just being born.

Dieting & Weight Loss

November 21, 2008 Leave a comment

We at infoMedMD just released our latest infoMed and this time the topic is Dieting & Weight Loss – a popular topic, especially this time of year. The Dieting & Weight Loss infoMed will ask you for your height and weight, preceded by a few questions, after which it will give you a realistic weight loss plan. The Diet & Weight Loss infoMed is written by Dr. Joe Bentivegna who previously wrote a weight loss article entitled “Weight Loss Requires Discipline, Not Gimmicks.” 

The Dieting & Weigh Loss infoMed can be embedded onto your website with the following code:

<object width=’425′ height=’344′><embed src=’https://www.infomedmd.com/flash/infomed_app_425_344.swf?infoMedId=21&ac=FF3T9UPE6BVDZQZ&#8217; type=’application/x-shockwave-flash’ width=’425′ height=’344′></embed></object>

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Another Health 2.0 infoMed for Tonight

November 6, 2008 Leave a comment

We’ve been busy this evening and Dr. Joe launched the second infoMed for tonight – Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.

An Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is a potentially deadly condition that may not have symptoms until it is too late. This INFOMED will tell you the indications for screening and how to interpret the results after you have been screened. If you have already been diagnosed with an abdominal aortic aneurysm, it will give you the chances of complications based on the latest data.

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Lung Cancer Prognosis

November 5, 2008 2 comments

We at infoMedMD, a medical symptoms checker, just published our latest infoMed entitled “Lung Cancer Prognosis.” 

This INFOMED is designed to give the user an idea of his or her prognosis of lung cancer. It also discusses some of the complications of lung cancer and deals with relevant end of life issues. The user should know the type of lung cancer he or she has, although INFOMED can still be helpful without this information.

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Embed Any Medical Symptom – New Health 2.0 App

October 24, 2008 Leave a comment

We’re happy to announce that all of the medical symptoms on infoMedMD are now available to embed on your website.  Just browse any of our medical symptoms, for example Cigar Smoking, and you’ll see below it the code to “Embed this infoMed on your site!

Open infoMedMD

October 12, 2008 Leave a comment

All of our infoMeds (medical symptoms) are now available to anyone who visits infoMedMD.com – no registration required! We’re very excited to open up our site to anyone who needs our personalized medical information! Why?   By opening up infoMedMD.com users are now guaranteed 100% anonymity while we at infoMedMD can start aggregating this data into extremely valuable medical research. Medical research that can be of great benefit to patients, medical institutions and pharmaceutical companies.

With this “open” we’re also extending our custom infoMeds to pharmaceutical firms who want to gather valuable research on current and upcoming pharmaceuticals. By creating a custom infoMed you can aggregate and correlate user feedback in a personalized way not possible before infoMedMD. Combine that with the ability to embed any infoMed into thousands of websites and clients can now maximize feedback (and traffic) like never before.

Sound interesting?  Contact us for additional information, embed code, partnerships or just to say hi.