Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sanai have published their findings that iPhone apps tracking asthma treatment and symptoms presented a safe and cohesive environment for data collection. The study was composed of 7,500 U.S. candidates focused on measuring “real-world” disease patterns such as the correlation between weather conditions and disease flare-ups. Researchers concluded that the data received is comparable to traditional study results. Read the full article here.