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VideoMD.com Is Pleased to Announce That the VideoMD: Health Videos iPhone App Is Now Available

Thursday, May 6, 2010 General News J E 4
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MIAMI, May 6 VideoMD: Health Videos is now available in the App Store on your iPhone, and on iTunes.

Now you can learn something new about your health every day from your iPhone. Our featured videos are changed daily, so you can learn new health information every day in an easy-to-understand video.

Search from our 1000's of videos to learn about your own disease/condition, search your symptoms, or ask a medical question. We will stream the appropriate videos to your iPhone. Our videos will stream over the 3G network, or are optimized for WIFI, if available.

Our videos are all reviewed by physicians for accuracy of medical information, so the health information consumer can be assured that our video library is up to date and contains trustworthy information.

About VideoMD.com: Launched in 2008, VideoMD.com is a video sharing site that allows physicians to educate their patients better. By having educational videos that their patients can watch at their own leisure, physicians can improve patient satisfaction without the time it would take to educate patients individually. With its rapid growth, VideoMD has quickly built a comprehensive library of video health information for general web searches from the videos uploaded by physicians. The videos in the featured library are checked for medical content. VideoMD.com is the fastest growing video health information site on the web. Visit http://www.VideoMD.com.

This press release was issued through eReleases(R). For more information, visit eReleases Press Release Distribution at http://www.ereleases.com.

Contact: Dean Heller 305-397-7073 deanostent@videomd.com deanostent@aol.com

SOURCE VideoMD.com
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