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Best Health Apps Of 2020

Best Health Apps Of 2020

It’s a brand-new decade and we are here to tell you about the best health apps for 2020. From getting you moving, to first aid and free prescription delivery, we evaluate the must have health apps for this decade!

Best Health App To Get You Moving – Sweatcoin

Sweatcoin reward users with digital ‘sweatcoins’ for walking. People can save their sweatcoins for big rewards such as a TV, or use them for smaller gifts like money off vouchers for companies such as MyProtein.

Best Health App For Dieting – My Fitness Pal

My Fitness Pal allows you to track calories so you have visibility over what you are eating.  The app also allows you to track macronutrients so you can plan meals according to your health goals.  The app also connects to other help apps which makes it even more helpful.

Best Health App for Communication – My Choice Pad

My Choice Pad helps people who can’t communicate to develop their language and communication skills through games and courses, it is even recommended by the NHS!

Best App For Prescriptions – RXLive Pharmacy

RXLive Pharmacy provide prescription delivery within 48-hours completely free of charge. You can order online via a web browser on your laptop or via the free app.  RXLive won an award for Best Healthcare Service Provider in 2019.

Best App For First Aid – First Aid App

First Aid App offers simple, easy to learn skills that give people the knowledge of how to perform first aid in an emergency. It is completely free and as you never know when you may need to conduct first aid, we highly recommend having this app on your phone.

Who Are RXLive Pharmacy?

This article was written by the pharmaceutical experts at RXLive online pharmacy, who post repeat prescriptions to you for free! You may wish to consider using services such as RXLive, which provide a free delivery service to ensure you never miss your medication again and have a dedicated pharmacist ready to chat at all times. You can sign-up to the service here – completely free!

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