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Health Gauge Releases Latest Wearable, the Phoenix.

EDMONTON, June 24, 2021 – Health Gauge, has released the “Phoenix”, the newest, leading-edge version of its health smartwatch which integrates with its digital health monitoring app.

The Phoenix provides all the health analytics that Health Gauge’s users have come to expect from its world-class wearables, including the ability to monitor blood pressure, heart rate, heart rate variability, ECG, PPG, step count, sleep patterns and more, while working in tandem with Health Gauge’s proprietary, AI-powered cloud application. In addition, The Phoenix also includes blood oxygen, skin temperature, and 24-hour heart rate sensing by way of the latest generation of robust data capture sensors, combined with a bigger and brighter display, and improved battery life.

“I am excited to announce the latest, and most advanced Health Gauge smartwatch– the HG Phoenix” said Randy Duguay, CEO, Health Gauge / and AI/ML Innovations Inc. “We are bringing forward the latest in digital health innovation by combining the latest generation of physiological sensors with our proprietary AI/ML software, and world-class applications design – to help people in make immediate and impactful health-related lifestyle choices and achieve positive health outcomes.”

We are also pleased to announce that the HG Phoenix is available for purchase at the limited time price of CAD$150 and can support you in starting your health journey.

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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