January 6, 2011]----Are you one of the obsessive apps using, technology driven, kind? Need to keep safe and would like to test your lover for STDs? Or, do you want to conceive? Have a baby?
Well, there is an apps for that. Really! According to several news reports, including Gawker, the British government is working on a USB chip you can urinate on then attach to your cell phones for instant diagnosis. Negative or positive, it shows up instantly.
The reportedly 6.5 million dollar project is aimed at cutting the numbers of young people who get infected every year. For those who may be embarrassed to go to their local clinic or doctor when that burning or itching occurs after a night of unbridled, unprotected passion, help is here.
There is also an apps for women who want to conceive. According to ParentDish, Scientists from the Universities of Glasgow and Bristol, England, have devised an ingenuous apps called IVPredict, which they claim can accurately predict, through a series of questions, 99 percent live births.
Yes, ladies, this app is said to be able to cut down on the uncertainty and emotional trauma that can plague women when they embark on In-Vitro Fertilizaion, (IVF).
Professor Scott, Muirhead Chair of Reproductive and Maternal Medicine at the University of Glasgow, has reportedly said in a press release, "Essentially, these findings indicate that treatment-specific factors can be used to provide infertile couples with a very accurate assessment of their chance of a successful outcome following IVF--It provides critical information on the likely outcome for couples deciding whether to undergo IVF -- up until now, estimates of success have not been reliable. The result of this study is a tool which can be used to make incredibly accurate predictions."
What do you think of these latest "Apps?" Ingenuous or going a tad too far?
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