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online diary to log blood sugar, blood pressure reading
i have being used to log my blood pressure, blood sugar readings to an online secured health diary..since it is being more helpful me, i am taking printouts and mail reports to my physician..and my doctor wanted too..

its now i am seems feeling great and its helpful me too..my point here is that...is this one is okay?... and/or any other better solution to me...

i m using it online and i am not worrying 'data backups' and 'data loss' or 'system crash'..i can move freely anywhere i can get access and take printouts my reports from everywhere...my data can be more secured, i am using my own password to look my reports..


i am using my health diary as free..they aren't charge me anything..

blood sugar diary:
http://bloodindex.org/diabetes_my_diary_dashboard.php

blood pressure diary:
http://www.bloodindex.org/blood_pressure_report_chart.php

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I don't see anything wrong with doing that, if you're comfortable with how and where the data is stored.
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