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Mobile Health Applications: The View from SXSW Interactive

Mobile Health Applications: The View from SXSW Interactive

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The iTunes App Store's health and fitness section is flush with applications that are supposed to help you get healthier, but what makes people actually change their habits? What makes a health app effective? A panel that addressed these questions at SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas on Sunday was among the most popular in the megaconference's health track. Here's how the panel looked from the audience perspective.

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[...] Reporting on Health, Angilee Shah, takes a look at a panel from the perspective of the audience. She’s curated a comprehensive list [...]

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[...] Reporting on Health, Angilee Shah, takes a look at a panel from the perspective of the audience. She’s curated a comprehensive list [...]

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