iPhone Quit-Smoking Apps Don’t Make The Grade

iPhone Quit-Smoking Apps Don’t Make The Grade
A new study finds that iPhone software applications designed to help people quit smoking fall short of the mark because they do not meet accepted standards. Among other things, the study, which appears online and in the March issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, found that the 47 “apps” reviewed rarely helped users get assistance through counseling, hotlines or anti-smoking …
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Beware of online dating scams around Valentine’s Day
SEATTLE — Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and scammers are preying on people looking for love. The Better Business Bureau is warning people to beware of frauds on free online dating sites. According to Match.com, 1-in-5 singles have dated someone from an online dating website. And with those growing numbers, Forrester Research estimates about 10 percent of users on free online dating …
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New study: iPhone software apps designed to help people quit smoking fall short of the mark
A new study finds that iPhone software applications designed to help people quit smoking fall short of the mark because they do not meet accepted standards.
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