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In this blog post, we want to share with you how important it is to be supportive of others. We live in a fast-paced world where we need to say and do things automatically without even having enough time to think about it. We are trying to do as much as we can and sometimes in all of this we forget about people around us.

We’ve created a virtual world for ourselves and we forgot about what is really important in life. Our family and friends and their health should be a priority for us.

The idea for is to use new technologies and keep people closer together and not apart. We want to use the technology we love so much and use every day for a good cause. We don’t always have time to visit people close to our heart. We might have someone in a family that suffers from diabetes. They can be in danger especially when they are alone.

For us other humans wellbeing is very important. We want to emphasise it here. We are working very hard to create something that can help you and us ‘start living instead of worrying’.

It is very important to know your health. won’t tell you and your family and friends if you are healthy but it will tell them you are doing well and there is nothing to worry about. But at the same time, we want to create a community for you where you will be able to share your health journeys. We believe in the power of community and belonging. We don’t want you to be along with your illness. co-founder is Polish. She moved to England when she was 19 years old. Her family and friends are still in Poland. She had to create her own safe place here in the UK. It is not always easy especially when you are alone. She understands and knows how being connected with others is very important. Thanks to her mum even though she lives far away is able to monitor her. It provides them with comfort and safety.

The priority for is to keep people connected.

It doesn’t matter what is your illness. is here for you.

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Thank you team   

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