Vivacity, Mindbloom join forces to develop mHealth apps; West Coast collaboration to provide mHealth services to seniors;

> Vivacity and Mindbloom have joined forces to develop a series of multi-platform mHealth apps. JUICE, an iPhone app, is the first release from this collaboration and is designed to tracks people's energy in order to help them assess common energy zappers and provides relevant nutrition, sleep, exercise, mood, stress and life balance tips. Announcement

> Three West Coast non-profit organizations focused on seniors are coming together "to provide leadership to advance the delivery of tech-enabled aging and home care services." Leaders of the newly launched AgeTech West collaboration say mHealth and telehealth tools and services will likely be at the top of the agenda. Article

> The tiny island of Fiji recently held a school mHealth and wellness symposium, a spin-off of which was the creation of mHealth clubs in schools. The mHealth clubs are meant to address dietary habits, promote healthier lifestyles, eating and cooking right, as well as enrich cognitive function and growth problems in the children of Fiji. Article

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