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Collaboration with Trinity Western University to Validate the Health Gauge Solution

EDMONTON, November 7, 2021 – Health Gauge, a solution that combines wearable technology with artificial intelligence, has undertaken a 12-month Pilot Project and collaboration with Trinity Western University (“TWU”). The Pilot Project aims to validate the use of the Health Gauge solution for Performance Athletics. This collaboration will be spearheaded by Dr. Anita Cote, a cardiovascular physiologist who holds a Canada Research Chair in Cardiovascular Adaptation to Exercise at TWU.

The purpose of this collaboration is to study the efficacy of health data aggregated via Health Gauge’s remote monitoring solution. The data collected will help to define and establish a program to quantify how personal health monitoring solutions may improve performance specific to selected sports.

Health Gauge’s goal is to validate the benefit of its solution as a productive tool to help improve performance of athletes, allowing Health Gauge to then capitalize on commercial opportunities within the lucrative high-performance athletic market.

As part of this collaboration, TWU will be supplied with 150 HG smartwatches for several CIS athletic focus groupings including men and women’s Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Track & Field, and Basketball.

About Health Gauge

Health Gauge’s patent-pending solution is a personal health monitoring and management system, which combines the latest wearable health monitors with sophisticated artificial software tools and proprietary cloud computing software, to help caregivers, patients, and healthcare professionals access and utilize relevant data, resulting in better recovery outcomes and healthy living objectives through the ability to make immediate and better health choices.

*Health Gauge is not a medical device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The Service is not meant as a substitute for, or an alternative to information from health care practitioners. If you have, or suspect you have, a medical condition, consult your doctor before using the Service, starting an exercise program, or changing your diet.

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