National Library of Medicine Launches Mobile MedlinePlus to Meet the Health Information Needs of an On-the-Go Public – 3
Narrator: This is NIH Health Matter. Want reliable health information at your fingertips?
Frant: If you’re wondering what the side effects are for your new prescription, you can go to Mobile Medline Plus, while you’re waiting for the pharmacist to fill your order.
Narrator: Ms. Loren Frant is the Head of the Health Information Projects Unit at the National Library of Medicine.
Frant: Mobile Medline Plus can also help you when you’re trying to choose an over the counter cold medicine at the drug store. When you’re in the waiting room you could visit the “Talking with your Doctor” page on Mobile Medline Plus to learn how to get the most out of your doctor’s visit.
Narrator: The mobile version of Medline Plus brings high-quality health information to users on the go. To access Mobile Medline Plus on your mobile phone go to m.medlineplus.gov. Or visit the website medlindplus.gov from a computer. Health Matters is produced by the National Institutes of Health, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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