Women Health App Development
According to research by the Pew Research Center, back in 2013, seven in ten adults in the US tracked at least one thing related to their health or the health of their loved ones – be it blood pressure, pulse, weight, sleep, or exercise. In 2019, this tendency is unlikely to have diminished. With the variety of wearables, wrist trackers, and health applications available, we have probably become even more addicted to health tracking.
For a long time, however, this tendency didn’t affect period monitoring. Digital solutions for that have only started to arrive...
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