Microsoft to improve health services

Microsoft is trying to make health services such tracking caloric intake to counting their steps via cell phones easier

Applications that can plug into HealthVault, for example MyLife uses devices such as cameras and microphones in the hopes of enabling users to log various health readings, from blood pressure to body weight, and monitor activities from exercising to eating

Microsoft is hoping to improve its HealthVault as well as other health services

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