mobile apps

What if It’s All About the Little Things?

There are few things I love more than seeing someone solve a simple but common problem that most of us have faced at one point or another. That’s why I was so excited to see that someone has finally solved the problem of stepping on Lego pieces.

Four Ways Technology Can Help You Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking can be like a bad road trip: it takes longer than expected and there can be lots of wrong turns. However, just like we now use GPS and mobile apps to help us navigate journeys, information technology (IT) can be a useful co-pilot while you quit smoking. In this post, I take you through four factors that are important for kicking the habit, and show ways you can use mobile health and other technologies to achieve success.

How do I know if an app is good to use with my patients?

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked this question. Here at T2, my job is to keep track of all the published research on apps that’s out there, and this means that I’m constantly on the lookout for randomized controlled trials, reviews, qualitative studies and other reported research related to apps.

My Name is Brian and I Have an Identity Crisis

Yesterday’s mail included a notice from the local election board. They thanked me for casting my ballot in the recent primary but also issued a warning: “Unless I take corrective action, the election board will no longer be counting my vote.”

Our elections are via mail only and apparently the signature they have on file for me bore very little resemblance to the chicken-scratched name I scrawled on my ballot. My handwriting is jeopardizing my constitutional rights! Somewhere, Mrs. Moss, my 2nd grade teacher is wagging her finger in my direction and saying, “I told you so!”

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