The Nike+ iOS SDK by Nike allows to communicate with the API interface to implement fitness monitoring features into applications. It contains XCode configuration and OAuth 2.0 authentication. Contact Nike to access full documentation as a partner.
U.S. National Library of Medicine, which is part of the National Institutes of Health, maintains a database of over 8,500 records relating to other organizations and sources of reference material on the topic of health and medicine. This “Directory of Information Resources Online” is aptly named DIRLINE. The DIRLINE API allows you to search this niche data collection from your webpage or app.
I found myself looking for a family doctor this week and realized that outside of asking friends, I didn't have a great way to go about conducting my search. This is likely a common occurrence for people looking for healthcare advice so today we'll take a look at some mashups that help users find information about any number of health issues. More information about each of the mashups is below.
CalorieKing has launched "a Web service which enables other developers of weight management applications to readily incorporate CalorieKing's more than 65,000-item food database". The CalorieKing database is the primary source of the well-known book "The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter". Initial API details at our new CalorieKing API profile.