Friday, September 30, 2005

Healthnotes releases upgrade to kiosk software

From TMCNet (republishing a press release from BusinessWire, I think), comes this news from health awareness/information provider HealthNotes:
"Healthnotes Inc. (HNI), the premier provider of reliable, easy-to-use health, food, and lifestyle information for Web sites and in-store touchscreen kiosks, today announced the release of Version 7.9-2005 of Healthnotes(R) applications for supermarkets, pharmacies, and health food stores. The five department-specific applications were designed to help retailers offer consumer-friendly healthy living information and recipes to assist their customers in making purchase decisions in-store and online...

"For Version 7.9-2005, as with every release, the Healthnotes knowledgebase was updated to reflect the latest scientific and medical studies. HNI's research team, lead by Chief Medical Editor Alan Gaby, M.D., continuously reviews more than 600 medical journals to keep the information current, factual, and balanced."
Personally, I much prefer that to unbalanced healthcare information :)

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