Rajasthan Govt. is going to introduce a mobile app to reduce the death accidents by 2020 as the death toll in road accidents is rising day-by-day.
According to National Crime Records Bureau data of 2015, 141,526 people were killed and 477,731 injured in road accidents in 2014.
This app named “Hamsafar” is made by the Chittorgarh collector Inderjeet Singh.
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This app is going to be introduced before the state on 13th December on the occasion of successfully completing 3 years of the state govt. It will consist of all the necessary details that are required during accidents such as hospitals, ambulance services, police station and other emergency services so that the users can access details and seek the help.
He also said that the Indian Government is very much interested in implementing this in the national level.
Hope Caton, writer of the world famous video game TombRaider IV: The Last Revelation along with her business partner Robin Bell developed a mobile game named “Cigbreak” to help smokers to quit smoking.
This game replicates the game- “Fruit Ninja” as the players have to break cigarettes to achieve game rewards.
This is the first smoking cessation app in UK, which is in the form of game. It motivates the players to quit smoking.
It is also clear from the research that 52% of players are smokers.
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This game app is now available on Apple iTunes and Google Play.
Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda on Wednesday introduced a new mobile app to reduce, manage stress- “No More Tension”.
This app will help the users to manage their stress as it provides the users with necessary information, symptoms and how to manage it.
The minister also released a magazine named “Healthy India Initiative/ Swastha Bharat-ek-pehal”. It is a part of Goverment’s Digital India Programme and is to give priority to public health and to modify citizen-centric health services.
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Mr. Nadda also said about the importance of stress management in one’s life and how it affects their lives.
He also stated that all the Health related mobile apps will become available soon at just one click on the National Health Portal.