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Tractivity is an activity monitoring system that tracks the activity history of individuals and large populations in an easy to understand, secure, motivating manner.



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Diabetes: The Facts Infographic

Paul Shore

The number of Americans with diabetes has tripled over the last 30 years – and experts see no end to the trend. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that the number of people with diabetes will continue to rise, until 1 in 3 people could have the disease by 2050.

Getting more physical activity and sleep, eating a healthier diet, and managing stress are all lifestyle changes that can cut the risk for diabetes – and obesity

Medical research is strengthening the links between even modest physical activity and improving health. And walking is a miracle medicine ---it reduces the risk of diabetes, obesity, heart disease and stroke, cancer, osteoporosis, dementia, depression and more. 85% of Type 2 Diabetes and its side effects can be prevented, delayed or effectively treated if we are willing to change our lifestyle.

Click here to view the Infographic.

Tractivity featured on TV

Paul Shore

This 2-minute "Lifetime" segment by TV channel CTV reveals how employees are stepping up to the challenge and embracing healthy living with the help of Tractivity and Health Systems Group.

Contact us for more info on how our Corporate Wellness solution can get employees moving and improve their personal and business health.

Child & Family Research Institute utilizes Tractivity for research purposes.

Paul Shore

Canadian youth are the fastest growing end-user group of mobile technology, but their involvement in research and development of this technology has been limited. Direct engagement of young people in research can be mutually beneficial to both researchers and youth. While young people can lay the groundwork for brilliant scientific careers by early involvement in research, researchers can benefit from the novel ideas of youths and their ability to find realistic solutions to problems their demographic faces.

The Child & Family Research Institute uses aggregated data from Tractivity in their MobileKids research study.

Read more here.