Google Health takes users' medical records and brings them online. Users make personal profiles and add their medical info such as conditions, medications, allergies, procedures, test results, and immunizations. Additionally users can import health records from Walgreens and other partners. Users choose who has access to their records, and can revoke access to anyone at anytime. Google says they won't share records with anyone unless asked to do so by the user.
Users can spice up their profiles by connecting certain applications to their profiles, like a Heart Attack Risk Calculator, that will take info from your profile and tell you something about it (in this case, your risk for a heart attack). Profiles also have a virtual "pill box" that will alert you when it's time to take a pill, an immunization dashboard that reminds you to take meds, and an app for converting paper-based records into Google Health.
If you want to learn more about health topics, the site has health reference pages available for topics like "Chicken Pox" that shows overview info, symptoms, images, etc.
You can integrate Google Health into your profile by following post here.
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