Manage health with ExpressWell
Alexandra Yperifanos, co-founder of ExpressWell, got the idea for the ExpressWell app after she and her father created a document to track his health in 1992. He gave the single sheet to the doctor before each medical visit to make sure the doctor received all pertinent information.
Yperifanos and partner Andrew Hill want to help patients be motivated to manage their own health information with the app, available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for $4.99. It helps patients keep track of their medical information and history in one place. ExpressWell MULTI is also available and will allow users to keep up to 10 profiles on the app, such as children, elderly parents or spouses.
If you don't have an iPhone, visit express-well.com to download a free wallet card to carry with you.
Keep belongings together
Juggling your keys, cell phone, water bottle and workout at the same time shouldn't have to be a feat only Superman can achieve. That's why BVT Products developed the Go Caddy, a slim shoulder bag that has just enough room for your workout essentials, but makes sure to keep your hands free. The Go Caddy is available online at thegocaddy.com for $19.99 and is available in black, brown, pink and red.
A bike for tight spaces
Ready to take the next step to go green? Consider combating high gas prices by driving your car less and riding your bike more.
Since 2001, Green Zone Bikes has been selling compact bicycles for those who want to ride, but want their bike to take up less space. The bikes can be folded up in less than 30 seconds, including the folding pedals. The bikes come to riders 99 percent assembled. The newest bike is a lightweight alloy folding bike.
To order a folding bike, visit greenzonebikes.com, where the bikes can be found for $189 to $199, with shipping starting at $39.