iPhone gadgets could save you a trip to the doctor

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Photo credit: CellScope

The use of iPhone gadgets is anemerging trend that could have a majorimpact on the future of doctor visits, according to an article on mashable.com.

One of these gadgets is CellScope’s Oto Home device, which can check a patient’s ears. It attaches to the iPhone camera, records what’s going on in the ear canal, and then the video clip can be sent to your doctor via email.

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