There are descriptions, symptoms of STD illness, treatment, and considerations as well as prevention methods for common and much more uncommon sexually transmitted diseases.
This application is handy to keep around for students, doctors, or anyone else with an interest in very clear and easy to read information. While this is not intended to be your own personal physician, this easy analysis of symptoms of STD issues as well as treatment measures will put many minds at ease.
Our application covers eighteen different diseases, and is both thorough and helpful in their identification.
Sections included are as follows :
Introduction To Our Application
Symptoms of STD
Considerations To Keep In Mind
If you have any problems or suggestions, please do consider letting us know. We are always looking to improve our informational applications in any way that we can.
Symptoms of STD and The Big Book of STDs are just one just a few of our titles, if you like it please consider looking us up!
Alzheimer's test: a Dementia... or simple absent-mindedness
BMI:Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.
This questionnaire is intended to help find out if you are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Please answer as carefully as you can. The program also provides advice on risk reduction.
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Findrisk
If you would like to see this app translated in your language, send us an e-mail.
Patients are considered to be at "elevated" risk if the Pooled Cohort Equations predicted risk is ≥ 7.5%. According to the ACC/AHA guidelines, the four following groups should be considered for statin therapy:
- Individuals with clinical ASCVD
- Individuals with primary elevations of LDL ≥ 190 mg/dL
- Individuals 40 to 75 years of age with diabetes and an LDL 70 to 189 mg/dL without clinical ASCVD
- Individuals without clinical ASCVD or diabetes who are 40 to 75 years of age with LDL 70 to 189 mg/dL and a 10-year ASCVD risk of 7.5% or higher
Or have you taken a nap and felt great one time yet felt horrible another time?
The reason for such scenarios is that you most likely woke up in the middle of one of your sleeping cycles.
Sleeping works in cycles of 90 minutes. That is why you might get a good amount of sleep yet still feel tired (because you most likely woke up in the middle of one of your sleep cycle).
With 90night (a sleep cycle calculator inspired by the popular website sleepyti.me [Sleepytime, Sleepy time]), you can calculate the times you can wake up if you know when you are going to sleep or you can calculate the times you can go to sleep if you know when you are waking up. It also provides you buttons you can press that can set an alarm for you using your preferred alarm app.
Features that 90night includes:
[✔]The ability to set how long it takes you to fall asleep and 90night will use that time in its calculations
[✔]Support for both 12/24 hour format (with the ability to change them)
[✔]A night mode for using a dark theme for the app to avoid straining your eyes in the dark
[✔]Buttons to set alarms for each time (with optional confirm dialog box which can be turned on in settings
[✔]The option to automatically add extra snooze alarms after you set the original alarm (with the option to pick how many alarms you want and the interval between the alarms)
[✔]NEW: Dashclock extension to show you your sleep times right from your lock screen!
What's different in Plus version:
[✔]Ability to use shortcuts without sharing the app
[✔]Extra features coming soon!
• Network communications: Used for ads
• Alarm: For setting your alarm
Q: Why doesn't 90night have an option to delete alarms?
A: Because as the developer, I am not given permission or the ability (through the API) to go inside alarm apps and delete alarms. There are a few alarm applications out there (such as Circle Alarm) that automatically remove alarms after they have gone off.
Q: Why is the app called 90night?
A: It's actually a play on words! A sleep cycle is 90 minutes long and sleeping happens at night and when the name of 90night [90 night, ninety night] is read out loud it sounds like "nighty night!"
If you have any questions, requests, bugs/issues, or features you want, feel free to email me.
Logo and banner made by Sam Nalty. Visit his blog http://holothere.tumblr.com/ for holo designs.
App inspired by http://sleepyti.me/ [Sleepytime, Sleepy time], created by David Shaw