by Jessica E. Vascellaro | The Wall Street Journal | July 18, 2012

There are smartphone apps for everything these days, from ordering takeout to finding the nearest car wash to hiring someone to bake you cupcakes. In a report on these apps and a profile on a new app that focuses on “skilled services,” or hiring performers or workers for specific tasks, reporter Jessica E. Vascellaro spoke with CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, about whether or not these apps contribute to laziness.

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