Activ8rlives News & Case Studies

 
Latest News from Activ8rlives

Does your child have asthma or do you know of a parent whose child has asthma?

We are looking for families to act as beta testers for Asthma+me and this will include a training course in Cambridgeshire on weekends to help busy parents balance work and home life.

Posted on Monday July 23rd, 2018

What are the top health and care innovations of the last 70 years? #NHS70innovations

Activ8rlives’ Active+ rehabilitation programmes for cardiac and cancer patients has been included in one of 70 innovations selected in celebration of 70 years of care and support by the NHS.

Posted on Tuesday July 3rd, 2018

Increasing Physical Activity Most Important for Heart Disease Patients

A recent observational study based on data from the Nord-Trøndelag Health Study (HUNT) revealed that people who are physically active live longer than those who are not.

Posted on Monday June 4th, 2018

Exercise embedded as part of standard cancer care in Australia (COSA)

Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA Council) outlined three major recommendations for standard cancer care.

Posted on Wednesday May 9th, 2018

Aseptika and Zenzium Win Innovate UK funding to build Artificial Intelligence (AI) into Apps and Medical Wearables: supporting patients with respiratory disease

Aseptika and Zenzium have been awarded a grant from the UK’s innovation agency to develop a new home-based early warning system for people with severe respiratory disease. Artifical Intelligence (AI) will automatically analyse and learn from data generated by the patient at home, using easy-to-use medical monitors and wearables, which connect to Aseptika’s Activ8rlives App.

Posted on Monday March 12th, 2018

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Latest Case Studies

Living Life Our Way Blood Pressure Review

Having tried out the Activ8rlives Blood Pressure and Heartrate monitor I found it to be a handy device that is quick and easy to set up and simple to use. It is genuinely useful, and is especially good for adults who need to monitor their blood pressure regularly, perhaps due to a previous health condition.

Maggie Johnson – an activated cardiac patient

"It has made me feel much more secure about my health, I can print out the data and take it to the next doctor’s appointment instead of having to remember how I’ve been feeling, it’s all there in black and white. I am sure that doing this programme will keep us all going for a lot longer.”

Colin getting control of his life back

“I want to be at the centre of my recovery, not being told what to do by a doctor all of the time", Colin said, who is living with incurable cancer.

Northamptonshire County Scouts World-Walk Adventure

In a World’s first for the Scouting movement, groups of Scouts walked in teams of 10 to Nyeri in Kenya – to the grave of Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of the Scout movement – without leaving the County.

How exercise can transform your life

I have previously written openly in this blog about my struggle with anxiety and the multitude of benefits running has had, both on my life in general, and on my mental health.

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