Pokémon no-go: game’s exercise effects short-lived in most players

“Pokémon GO doesn’t help people to stay fit and healthy,” the Mail Online reports. A survey of US players of the popular augmented reality game found the average player’s daily step rate fell back to pre-game levels after six weeks. Pokémon GO is an app which encourages players to explore real-world destinations while “catching” Pokémon…

Anxiety? There’s an App for That

So today I met SAM. Sam isn’t the average kind of guy…he’s actually a mobile app that helps with Anxiety. Also known as ‘The Self-Help Anxiety Management app’ it helps students to better manage their anxiety and provides 24/7 support at any time or place. Already in the top 100 health and fitness charts across…

Fitbit Charge 2

For all the tracker and health fanatics out there, I have great news…The Fitbit Charge 2 is now available in the UK with a special edition being released sometime this month (November), which is bound to make keeping tabs on your daily movements even easier. The new Fitbit Charge 2 comes with a built-in heart…

The Value of MedTech in Treating AF

More than half a million people in the UK are affected by AF, also known as Atrial Fibrillation, it is the most common type of irregular heartbeat, or arrhythmia. A normal heat beats 60-100 time per minute. During an AF episode, a persons heart can beat 175 time or more per minute. People living with…

A New Way to Look at Life: Augmented Reality

Pokemon GO has been viral since its release date in July 2016 – you may have even been on the receiving end of some of those who have got themselves into a spot of bother, such as the group of teenage boys who entered an underground cave network to search for Pokemon and got stuck 100ft…