KidsWorldMD Releases iPhone and Smartphone Compatible Pregnancy and Children's Health Site
November 15, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsKidsWorldMD, the innovative, physician-run, children's medical and pregnancy website, today announced the availability of an iPhone and smartphone compatible version of their popular site, available at http://kidsworldmd.com/smartphone/. This enhanced portal features a simplified graphic user interface that allows for using their interactive symptom checker, watching the site's top-rated videocasts and reviewing the site's large database of medical information and health related articles.
The smartphone site will enhance the site's popularity by increasing KidsWorldMD's functioning and securing ease-of-access to the site's high-quality daily health news, recently-added videos and contributions from the Health News feed that brings in new and up-to-date articles daily for parents and the pediatric health community. Users may also perform keyword searches for the site's original database of health information and health care textbooks and resources. The popular symptom checker is enhanced by touch capability allowing users to click the portion of the body the symptoms are manifesting from.
This new launch is proof positive of the commitment of KidsWorldMD to provide the most useful and up-to-date health information for pregnancy and children at every stage of development. The team of dedicated parents and health professionals are pleased to offer this free resource to more devices and a greater audience and looks forward to future projects that support these goals. The smartphone-compatable KidsWorldMD site's Symptom Checker can be accessed at http://kidsworldmd.com/smartphone/Symptom_Checker.php.
KidsWorldMD is a leading, physician-run website serving parents, physicians, and other healthcare professionals with real time access to up-to-date health news, videos and podcasts, as well as comprehensive care guides, healthcare charts, assessments, a drug interaction checker, a symptom checker and textbook disease information. This information is offered through online media, mobile platforms and child and pregnancy focused health newsletters.