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New App Helps People Monitor Blood Pressure
Written by Lindsey Burnworth
Last updated on May 08, 2013 @ 7:15PM
Created on May 08, 2013 @ 5:26PM
In this day and age, technology rules many of our lives. from texting to surfing the internet, most people can't get away from it.
Now, people can even use their phones to monitor their blood pressure.

A new device called the I-health can be hooked up to your I-phone, I-pad, or I-pod, and then take your blood pressure.
Not only does it do that, but the app will keep record of your past measurements, so that you can compare them.
Once you've taken your blood pressure, you can even e-mail it to your doctor or share it on Facebook or Twitter.

If you'd like to check out how it works, you can head to Home Plus in Elkins.

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