Medical advice should ultimately be given by your physician. However,
sometimes one’s physician can be busy or perhaps is not aware of all
of your medical conditions. It for this reason we offer a tool for you
to receive this advice that is our Personal Health Advisor. However,
we decided to make it even easier to help you find out if a particular
medication is appropriate for you.
We have developed a set of questions based off the same rules that
power our Personal Health Advisor. These are series of questions you
can answer to see if you may be appropriate to add a particular
medication to your regimen. This tool is meant to be used a screening
tool to help identify people who might benefit from a certain therapy.
Ultimately, one should consult their doctor before changing any of
their regimen. Changing one’s regimen without consulting one’s
physician can be very dangerous. We soon make available a whole list
of them but you can use the link below to figure out whether aspirin
may be appropriate for you!
You can learn more about our Personal Health
Advisorhere. It is a way for you
to find out what medications you should be taking
according the to the latest research. We want to spread the word about our
tool. So, share our site with your friends through Twitter, Facebook, your
blog, on Tumblr, forums, etc. Send us a link with your share and we will
give you access! Email us at upgrademe [at] healthkibo.com.
We continue to expand our free offerings. Our hope is to create a collection
of free tools focused on your health. Making sure to take all of your
medications how they are prescribed and at the right time is very important.
For this, we now offer *free medication reminders* on your phone as *SMS
(text messages), email, or on your favorite IM like Yahoo! Messenger,
Windows Live Messenger, GTalk, and AIM*. All you need to do is sign up for a
a free account, upgrade to our ad-supported account, and then add your
medications. It is that easy!
We have been going through some changes in the last few weeks. Our plan is to start offering services which are unrelated to medications. We plan to soon offer phone services to help people take care of their elderly parents and tools to help pregnant women make sure they get the best care for themselves and their child. Many exciting tools are on their way. As we are beginning to broaden our services, we though our name should do the same. Thus, comes in HealthKibo. Kibo is one of the summits of mount Kilimanjaro. It is one of the highest peaks in the world and truly pristine and beautiful area. We see health in a similar way. It should be as pristine and free of defects as possible. We hope you will find our tools and upcoming offerings a way to reach the peak of your health.
How To Find Cheaper Medications
Medical costs are rising but this should not be a reason to comprise the quality of health care we get. One way to reduce the monthly medical bills is to reduce cost of medications in particular if you do not have insurance.
Our goal is to create tools to help people take care of themselves better by giving people access to the information when they need it.
We have been looking at ways people can improve their health in very simple manners. Our focus is on helping you take your medications you should be on. Many obstacles prevent us form taking our medication including financial constraints, lack access to health care professionals, or busy schedules making us forget. We are here to create tools to help you overcome all of these constraints.
We plan to be opening our site very soon. In the meantime, we would be excited to hear from you. We would like to know what kind of challenges you find in taking best care of your health.