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Both consumers and physicians can have access to today's health news through a smart phone device. They can even personalize the specific news they receive. The HealthDay newsfeed is coded for more than 700 diseases and conditions, allowing smart phone developers and their customers to select consumer or physician health news that best suits their needs.

HealthDay's smart phone application clients include: PDA Vertical's smart phone networks, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida and St. Joseph Health System. Download these services and see how HealthDay's news is integrated into the content offerings.

HealthDay also has a partnership with Axial Exchange, which creates iPhone and Android apps for hospitals and integrates them with consumer health news. This empowers patients to tailor news for their specific health condition(s) so they can improve their overall health and wellness.

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