A new Indian app, dubbed ‘Health,’ is giving users a chance to make health claims about products.

The app allows users to create a health claim using a number of symbols and features that are similar to the ones used in traditional health claims.

The symbol for a health condition or disease can be used for all sorts of purposes including promoting healthy eating, preventing and diagnosing illness, and giving a detailed description of the disease or condition.

The apps health claim feature is similar to how health claims are made in traditional medical medical claims.

“There is no doubt that health claims can be very powerful in the marketplace and we believe it is important to have a platform to help empower people in their health claims,” said Ankit Chatterjee, senior vice president and head of mobile at Apple.

The Health app will roll out in India from November 23 and will be available in app stores in the US and in other markets.

“Health claims are not new, and we are not the first company to embrace the health-themed app space,” Chatterji said.

“We have been working with the Indian health ministry to develop and create a unique app that will help health claims reach the health community in India.”

Health claims are typically made by people who are interested in the health aspects of a product or service and want to make a health statement.

“It is a very natural, natural response to see people who may be concerned about their health and want more information on it,” said Ajay Pandey, the chief operating officer of Health India, which owns Health app.

“People want to know more about what is going on in their bodies and that is something we are committed to helping people understand.”

The app will help people make health claim based on the number of dots on a circle, which is the most common symbol for health.

Health claims that include a dot can be made by users to add information about the illness, disease or problem.

For example, if a user has an asthma problem, they can say, “My asthma has worsened recently,” and then add information like “I have asthma” and “I am currently being treated for asthma.”

In addition, users can make claims based on specific symptoms, such as having a sore throat, or hearing problems, and can even add more detail, such a temperature or breathing rate.

The health claims app will be rolled out in three markets, including India, China, and US, and will also be available on the App Store in India.

“This is an important milestone for the health app space, as it gives a new way for people to get their health information in the market,” Chaudhary said.

Health claim claims are similar in structure to medical claims, which can be found in traditional healthcare claims.

However, unlike medical claims that require patients to provide a specific diagnosis and provide medical evidence, health claims require users to be informed about the condition and its symptoms.

For many people, health-related claims have become an important part of their health management strategies.

Health insurance claims can help consumers identify how much they will be paying for a particular health service.

In some markets, consumers are also able to make claims for a wide range of products and services, such, health and dental care, medical devices, and beauty products.

For health claims to be valuable, the app should also be tailored to the health claims market.

For instance, if the app is meant for people who have never been diagnosed with a specific illness, then the app can only offer information about illnesses that have been diagnosed.

The App Store also offers a marketplace for consumers to make Health claims.

Health apps are not a new concept, but the availability of apps like Health, which allows users the ability to make medical claims without the need for a doctor, has raised hopes for health claims apps to reach more people.