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Swift Analytics - Smart Watch App for Parkinson's Disease

Swift Analytics provides a smartwatch base mobile platform for monitoring Parkinson’s disease progression and treatment. The symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (i.e. tremor, slowed movements) fluctuate throughout the day, and Swift Analytics provides a convenient, quantitative method for physicians and patients to continuously track disease characteristics and target interventions appropriately. Parkinson’s disease affects over 1 million people in the United States population, with direct healthcare costs related to Parkinson’s disease totaling 8 billion dollars.

The Hungry Bruin

Want your tech-savvy kids to be more interested in nutrition? The Hungry Bruin is a game that help kid familiarize with healthy foods and habits, while avoiding unhealthy food. This app is developed for kid ages 2-8 year old. The user will guide the Hungry Bruin through array of mazes where they will collect healthy food (vegetable, fruits, whole grain, dairy, and water) while avoid an array of junk foods. At the end of each level the user will learn informative fact about food and healthy habit.

Lab School Espanol Amante

As an influential education and research center, the UCLA Lab School (a Partnership School of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies) educates K-6 students on the UCLA campus and is adding a STEAM lab environment to engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. This project is building an application (App) to re-enforce many of the Spanish learning activities that occur in the School.

HealthMindr: A Mobile Health and Wellness App for Black YMSM

There is perhaps no example of inequality in the US so stark as the diminished life chances of Black young men. Black young men are less likely to graduate from high school and attain full-time employment (DOE, 2014; DOL, 2014); they are more likely to live in poverty (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012), live in a single parent household (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012) and to be involved in the juvenile justice system (Iguchi, Bell, Ramchand & Fain, 2005) than White young men.

Meal Swap

Many people struggle to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and one place we usually start is changing our diets. An unhealthy diet can contribute to various chronic health conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. However, changing how we eat is easier said than done. A popular misconception that contributes to this struggle is that fast food is a more affordable and easy choice than other healthier options. However, people may not realize that they can enjoy healthier meals and spend less in a week.


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