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

page users can track, graph and share their results as soon as they receive them. 

Data points are shown chronologically and ranges can be set for viewing the data.  iHealth's Blood Press Dock's readings conveniently show up already classified according to the color-coded World Health Organization's (WHO) classifications.  iHealth Digital Scale's data shows weight fluctuations over time and records results in relation to daily activity, time of day, diet and exercise.  With one click users can graph and share data to instantly keep their doctors, friends and family notified of progress.

Availability, Compatibility and Price

The service is available today when you download the latest version of the free companion mobile apps for iHealth Blood Pressure Dock and iHealth Digital Scale from the App Store.

The iHealth Digital Scale and the Blood Press Dock are available for purchase for $69.95 and $99.95, respectively from www.ihealth99.com.

About iHealth Lab Inc.

iHealth Lab designs and manufactures consumer-friendly, mobile personal healthcare products. The company focuses on delivering easy-to-use products that make it simple for you to test, track, graph and share your health information regularly. iHealth has developed a suite of personal healthcare devices designed for the iOS mobile platform.  Visit www.ihealth99.com for more information.


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