When news does get you down…it can help you get back on your feet.

A couple of weeks ago, news broke that a new mobile app had been developed by an Australian company called MEGA, which aims to help people avoid a trip to the doctor by tracking their symptoms, and by providing a way for them to stay informed.

It’s an incredibly clever idea, but it’s not new, either.

One of the main reasons why people suffer from a bad cough is that they’re constantly in the dark about the condition they’re having, and don’t realise it’s happening.

So a new app could provide a way of finding out what’s going on.

“The idea is to get people to feel confident in their symptoms,” said the company’s CEO, Rob Pardo.

But the app isn’t just about catching people who are feeling down and getting them to share information with each other.

And it isn’t the first time people have tried to use technology to help them stay alert.

Earlier this year, a young Australian woman called Kate had been in the middle of a night out when she noticed a woman on the street had been spitting up a red liquid.

Kate, who suffers from fibromyalgia, was confused, and asked the woman if it was her.

She explained that she had been suffering from fatigue, and felt she was losing control.

Her symptoms continued to worsen, and she finally went to hospital to be checked out.

The woman on that street said she had a rash, and that she would be out for the rest of the night.

Kate was shocked to find out she had the same condition, and could be in a similar situation.

While it was initially thought the woman was a drug addict, Kate’s doctor told her she had fibromyalgia, which was a condition caused by the fibromyal immune system being attacked by a type of virus called Crohn’s disease.

That was enough to convince Kate to go on the MEGA app.

MEGA’s app uses facial recognition software to recognise the person you’re looking at and track your symptoms.

Using the app, Kate was able to locate the woman and track her symptoms.

Kate said the app was a huge help for her.

“It really helped me find the person, and get them to look at me and be aware of what I’m experiencing, and it was really nice,” she said.

When it comes to being a good listener, it’s about keeping your head up and keeping an open mind, she said, as well as being able to identify what other people are experiencing and where they are.

You can learn more about the MEGA app here.

There are many different apps for checking your symptoms, including:The Good Morning Count, which tracks your health over the course of the day, and is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, and has a Facebook and Twitter account.