WebMD have a new pregnancy app. It’s been developed with careful guidance from featured pediatrician Hansa Bhargava, MD. Healthy Family was contacted by WebMD a few weeks ago and offered a phone interview with Dr. Bhargava about this fabulous new free pregnancy app for moms to be. I encourage you to download the app and test drive it yourself. We’d love to hear what you think about it.
After being pregnant 4 times I’ve found myself using several types of media to get information and record data. I’ve used pregnancy books, a coybely pocket doppler and searched the website throughout for useful parenting technology. Most pregnancy apps only offer a few features. WebMD Pregnancy app was designed to be a multifunctional app. I was lucky and when I first got the app they were doing a promotion and they gifted me this harmony necklace as a thank you for supporting them.
WebMD Pregnancy App Audio Interview:
If you’re on the go, why not listen to our 12 minute audio podcast interview with Dr. Hansa Bhargava about the WebMD Pregnancy app and it’s many features? In this interview you’ll learn about the many features available and how to best take advantage of them.
WebMD Pregnancy App Features:
WebMD Pregnancy solves this issue. They integrate physician-reviewed content and functionality into a singular app.
- Full customization of app content and information to suit the individual needs of parents. There is even content for multiple births, and for pre-existing medical conditions.
- Keep track of appointments, symptoms, and contraction counting.
- ‘Ask My Doctor’ feature offers a list of the most common questions to ask your doctor.
- ‘Baby Bump’ slideshow to document weekly changes during pregnancy.
- Journal with customized chapters and entries to make a pregnancy scrapbook.
- Expansive library of physician reviewed articles and multimedia content.
Learn more about WebMD’s Pediatrician Hansa Bhargava
Bhargava is an expert for WebMD Pregnancy app and WebMD Baby app. Both are iPhone apps for parents. It was designed to provide trustworthy, doctor-approved information personalized by a baby’s age. The app offers tips and videos from Bhargava and others. She oversees the team of medical experts responsible for ensuring the accuracy, credibility, and timeliness of all content on WebMD FIT and Raising FIT Kids, and she blogs for these sites as well.
As the spokesperson for FIT, she has worked with the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. In 2012, she served as an expert panelist with first lady Michelle Obama at the WebMD/Lets Move Town Hall in Miami, Fla. She has served as a featured speaker at national and regional FIT events along with WebMD’s partner, Sanford Health.
She has extensive experience in the areas of health and wellness of infants, toddlers, and children. Bhargava came to WebMD from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, affiliated with Emory University, where she practiced for seven years as a lead physician in urgent care. She continues to see patients there regularly.
Bhargava is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. She completed her residency at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and a one-year fellowship in gastroenterology and nutrition at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is board certified in pediatrics. She lives in Atlanta and has two children.
This is a promotional review done in conjunction with a newborn baby gift basket giveaway. The opinions are completely honest and my own. I was in no way compensated to offer my opinion or paid to review the app. Nor was I obligated to offer a review of the product in addition to hosting the promotional giveaway.