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Free iPhone Apps

Embarrassing Bodies has launched a range of free iPhone apps, helping you to spot any signs of ill health. You can find out more about each of the apps below…

My HealthChecker

Have you taken an eye test recently? Ever wondered if you may be colour blind, if your reaction times are normal, or whether your memory is getting worse? Do you know your BMI, or how many calories you should be consuming each day? Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies My HealthChecker consists of a variety of simple health self-checks to give an indication of what your risk levels are. It also offers advice on how to improve your health and prevent problems, as well as offering the opportunity to compare your results anonymously with other people.
 
Download My HealthChecker for free from the app store >


Screenshot from the colour blindness test, one of 10 health tests available through My HealthChecker

My SelfChecker

Regularly checking your skin, breasts, balls or vulva is a vital way of ensuring that any problems can be quickly identified and dealt with. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry, let the Embarrassing Bodies doctors help you conduct your self-checks. My SelfChecker contains a step-by-step photo guide and a video tutorial for each check, as well as reminders to ensure you check yourself regularly and an NHS service finder to help you locate support should you need it.

Download My SelfChecker for free from the app store >


Four important self check tutorials, available as videos and step-by-step instructions in My SelfChecker

My MoleChecker

With over 100,000 new cases of skin cancer diagnosed every year in the UK, keeping an eye on your moles is a vital way of ensuring that any problems can be quickly identified and dealt with. Use My MoleChecker to keep track of your moles, taking and storing pictures of them and comparing them to example moles to help identify any problems.

Download My MoleChecker for free from the app store >.


An example of how My MoleChecker can be used to monitor your skin over time


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