Lifestyle Center: Apps
If you spend a lot of time on Pinterest, you're probably exposed to a lot of depressing posts about depression — and not enough helpful, hopeful po...
Now you really have no excuse not to get your flu shot.
There's an app for everything — including depression. But according to two UK mental health experts, that may not be a good thing.
Many parents know just how distracting social media use can be for teens during the day. But nighttime use may carry an even heavier toll.
If you use some sort of tech to track your health, you’re not alone.
If you're looking for a safe and effective workout, there may not be an app for that.
Depressed? Your smartphone may hold the answer.
Today there's an app for just about everything and, for millions of Americans, chances are that means exercising with the help of a fitness app. But ...
If you have chronic pain, a new online program might help.
Fitnet, a mobile fitness app, hopes to reach a new level of interactivity in app-based personal training.
They can help prevent drunk driving, monitor babies and heat hands. And now, an iPhone app can also detect parasitic worms.
A new app may help parents in their search for the right private coach for their young athletes.
Tracking your health stats with an app could help you get healthier — or just give you needless anxiety.
Apple's massive fortunes are usually measured in economic terms, but the brand represents a treasure trove of data, too. That's the thinking behind t...
For people with disabilities or bowel dysfunction, going to the bathroom can dampen everyday activities. Upcoming technology may be able to help.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year, inventors offered up plenty of gadgets to get your butt — and your life — into shape.
The new year has begun, and that can only mean one thing: resolutions to lose and keep off weight. Keeping to that resolution can be tough, but onlin...
They say there’s an app for everything, but that doesn’t necessarily mean those apps do all the work. At least that’s what a new study says.