Pregnancy App from WebMD for Expectant Moms
WebMD Health Corp. (Nasdaq: WBMD), a leading source of health information, announced Thursday the launch of the WebMD Pregnancy app.
It is a free iPhone app offering expectant moms WebMD’s physician-reviewed pregnancy information that is customizable to fit a woman’s unique pregnancy.
The WebMD Pregnancy App is WebMD’s latest addition to its multi-screen platform approach which provides health information to consumers.
A survey reveals that for many young adult women, an unplanned pregnancy could alter the course of their future plan.
And statistics show that there were more than 3 million unintended pregnancies in the United States alone, with the highest incidence occurring with women 20-24 years old in 2006. (Read: Why Young Women Must Plan Their Pregnancy)
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From WebMD’s personalized multimedia content to fun features including the digital Baby Belly Slideshow and the Pregnancy Journal, the WebMD Pregnancy app helps moms celebrate the milestones along their pregnancy journey, anytime, anywhere, says the company.
“Informed prenatal care is critical to helping support a healthy pregnancy as well as knowing what to expect as the body changes,” said Dr. Hansa Bhargava, WebMD pediatrician. “The WebMD Pregnancy app is the perfect combination of trusted medical information and fun, shareable content to assist expectant moms throughout their pregnancy.”
For more information about the app, you can visit: http://itunes.com/apps/webmdpregnancy.