Nagging via text messages to help teens remember meds
AP/Yahoo News, May 20, 2008
Cincinnati doctors are experimenting with texting to help tweens and teens remember to take medicines that control chronic illnesses like asthma, diabetes or kidney disease. Pilot testing recently began, with a full study set for later in 2008. Participants say what time they want the reminder, and a clinic volunteer types out the reminder messages.
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