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iHealth Lab Launches Personalized Web Portal to Store Your Vitals
Date:1/10/2012

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- (Consumer Electronics Show) – iHealth Lab Inc., the pioneering designer and manufacturer of mobile personal healthcare products including the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock and iHealth Digital Scale today announced the availability of its new Cloud Service offering.  Available immediately when users download latest version of the companion mobile apps for iHealth's Blood Pressure Dock and Digital Scale, the free service will enable users to instantly store their test results from their iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad in the cloud. 

The new features of the free, easy-to-use service include:

  • Ongoing data integration of data points from the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock and iHealth Digital Scale
  • Simple set up: simply create a unique user name and password
  • Data backup
  • Immediate uploads of information
  • Easy to share and email data in a user-friendly spreadsheet format

"Studies have shown that people can better manage and prevent a variety of health conditions by just measuring, tracking and sharing their health-related information, like weight and blood pressure, over time," said Adam Lin, GM of iHealth Lab. "By creating a place online where all of your health-related data can be monitored and stored, we can enable more and more people to get a better picture of their overall health."

How It Works
The iHealth Cloud Service allows users of the companion mobile apps for the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock and iHealth Digital Scale to instantly back-up and store their results in the cloud. 

Once a profile is created or an existing profile is opened in the companion mobile apps, users can log onto the Cloud Service home page with the same credentials.  Once logged in, users are brought to a home page linking to their personal data on any of their mobile devices.  On the data
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