What Travel and Health App you use to remain safe

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  1. Sfehmi

    Sfehmi New Member

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    Wondering if anyone has recommendation for a Travel and Health iPhone App.

    If you have used one please let me know.
     
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    Dublin_rfk Gold Member

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    Hello and welcome to the forums.
    I use the ihealthlabs brand of products and app. It is compatible across multiple ipads and iphones and is easy to maintain.
    http://www.ihealthlabs.com/
     
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    satman40 Gold Member

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    Neoplastic Heme, Reticuloycite Index, Microcytic Index, and iTriage
     
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    daninstl Gold Member

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    I've tried a bunch and don't like most. I have a fitbit which I have the app for. I also use hubbub through my employer although I'm not too impressed.
     
  5. moongoddess

    moongoddess Silver Member

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    What precisely are you looking for the app to do? As far as travel health information is concerned, I find the CDC's website perfectly adequate. I'd trust the CDC website far more than any travel health app (which may or may not be kept up-to-date).
     
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    Nothing like Waze for driving, and always up to date...as well as free.

    NYC cab drive told me about this one...
     

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