How can mobile apps help you or your patients  to achieve health and wellness goals?
With more than 40,000 mobile health and wellness apps for your smart phone at your fingertips, knowing which one to download can be a challenge. 
Dr. Kendall Ho is a practicing emergency medicine specialist 
in Vancouver, BC with a passion in technology-enabled patient care. Dr. Ho is 
dedicated to translating innovative ways to use information technologies to improve 
patient care.
This month, Dr Ho  profiles a Calorie Counter app that can support a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise.
Do you have a favourite apps that is helping you or your patients to achieve health goals?
You can download the MyFitnessPal iPad - Calorie counter here:
iTunes app store:
Improve your health in a mobile minute.
Health-e-apps is a monthly video series profiling health and wellness apps
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