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There are quite a number of web apps for managing unwell patients (with particular emphasis on managing chronic conditions, implants, embedded medication). I want some suggestions for a web app for people in good health, like where

  • they can check their health by themselves easily
  • suggestion and information about their health status are displayed to them and their family members immediately and they can share advices
  • connection to pluggable medical transducers for continuous measurements of vital signals
  • By feeding the vital signs measurements clinical decision support can be also obtained if required
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o.O Medical information in the cloud...? –  neo Aug 30 '10 at 14:32
    
+1 nice question! did you tried health.discovery.com, I'm not sure whether it meets all your criteria, checkout the tools section –  Coder Hawk Aug 31 '10 at 8:36
    
@neo: yeah, but so is financial info like quickenonline....keeping ehtics aside, i want to know about web apps which enable end-users to take control of their data –  iceman Sep 1 '10 at 8:30
    
PatientsLikeMe –  Christian Sep 5 '10 at 14:30

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CureTogether is a website where one can enter ones symptoms and see the symptoms of other with the disease. One also enter other data.

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