eeling queasy after a meal on the road? Pager, an app that launched a little more than two weeks ago, allows hotel guests to summon a board-certified doctor to their rooms for a house call. "We think it's a great service for travelers,'' says Gaspard de Dreuzy, Pager's co-founder. "You come to a city. You don't know anyone. You don't know any doctors. So when you are sick and sitting in a hotel room, you push a button, and the doctor shows up.'' Currently available only in Manhattan, iPhone users can click on the Pager app to enter their symptoms and the location of their hotel, office or home. They're then given a choice of two or three doctors, along with information about each, including a photograph and biography. Once the user clicks a choice, they're connected to the physician by phone. Get the full story at USA Today