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Read the latest doctor-reviewed health news from RxWiki.com. Stay up-to-date with breaking news ... More

Editor's review

Published 15 Apr 2013

While we aren't, by any stretch of the imagination, advocating self diagnosis here - there is certainly nothing wrong with being reliably informed. Especially where your health is concerned. That's why this medical and healthcare app for Android and iOS will be of great interest to a lot of FeedMyApp readers. RxWiki offers all the very latest health related news from all over the world so you can stay completely up-to-date with everything concerned with health, medications, current techniques and the breaking news topics that could matter to you most. Let's face it, if you are taking a medication given to you by your doctor in one country and then another country withdraws it on safety issues, you are going to want to know about it - fast!
RxWiki is a place for patients, put together by pharmacists. On first look, you might think that it is little more than a place to read the latest doctor-reviewed health news. But, not only does it give you the chance to stay completely up-to-date with all the breaking news covering the topics that matter most to you but it also gives you a neat little set of tools so you can save and organize the most interesting ones and even select a layout format so you can view all your articles and photos how you want to see them. You can highlights your most important and relevant health news and stay current with timely, doctor-reviewed news covering more than 110 different health conditions. Bookmark your favorite articles and conditions so you build up a portfolio of information about your subject. RxWiki’s Digital Pharmacist network promotes patient education, informed decision-making and improved medication adherence. RxWiki.com publishes a trusted, timely medication encyclopedia that empowers patients to play an active role in managing their own health.
They reckon that each day in the US, 50 million people will pop a pill of some kind. How would you know if any of those medications had been withdrawn by the FDA. The simple answer is an app like this. RxWiki.com renders the only digital medications encyclopedia for patients that is created and edited exclusively by licensed pharmacists. Their crowd sourced publishing model focuses on velocity, transparency and patient-friendly language. It publishes news and updates medication pages when new research is released. From original news and health videos to research from the FDA, pharmaceutical, OTC and natural supplement manufacturers, RxWiki offers patients the most up-to-date information -  all in one place.

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