Whether on smartphones or on the web, medical applications have become a booming enterprise and Kurt the CyberGuy along with the help of scientist and surgeon Dr. Rahul Jandial came to our labs to test out the best new apps claiming to help make 2011 the healthiest year of your life.
MedWatcher helps you keep track of all the medications you are taking as well as updating you about any possible FDA warnings and other news regarding your medication. MedWatcher is free and is available for iPhone/iPod/iPad in iTunes
BabyBump is the best app for pregnant mothers we have seen. It gives you information about your baby as it continues to grow, helps you track the vital signs of your baby and manages a journal of photos and thoughts about each step of the process all in one app. BabyBump is about $3 and is available for iPhone/iPod/iPad in iTunes, the Palm webOS app store and the Android marketplace.
BMI Tool is fun as well as functional offering you the standard BMI ratings then explaining what you can do at home to help yourself improve your score. BMI Tool is free and is available for the iPhone/iPod/iPad in iTunes.