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Can I connect my GP to Wanngi?

Wanngi is focussed on connecting you to your health. We don’t provide any of your data to your GP. However, you are welcome to show them what you have gathered on Wanngi. It is your health data and you can provide that to the people you trust. Your health data in your hands Wanngi...

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Is my data safe and secure?

I’m concerned about the security of my data. Is it safe? We take the security of your data very seriously. Wanngi only enables you to view your data from the various services that you opt-in to. It cannot be altered via the app. You can read more about how we handle your data in...

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How to get Wanngi (As a Web App)

What is a Web App? A web app is a website that is optimised for mobile. When you add it to your home screen it will display and behave in an almost identical way to all your other apps. The best part about Wanngi being a web app is that it can be used...

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Embracing Digital Health

Now is a pivotal time for Digital Health Globally. The introduction of the Personal and government Health Records and the myriad of wearables and other personal health data give consumers the perfect opportunity to really get connected with their health digitally. Service providers, like Wanngi, have the opportunity, even the responsibility, to make these...

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My Health Record for every Australian

The team behind Wanngi have been advocating for consumers accessing their digital my health record. We are excited to soon provide a mobile app for people to view their records, in language they understand. We are at a pivotal time for Australians as the national roll out of the Government’s My Health Record is...

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Counting More Than Steps

Wearable fitness tracking technologies such as Fitbit count more than just steps. A study published in PLOS Biology in February 2018 has shown promising results improving the health of users of wearable fitness trackers more than previously thought. The study looked at the connection between the risk of cardiovascular and metabolic disorder and a...

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Wanngi the app is about life living, wellness and health

Wanngi means alive, living one, well, or healthy. The Djinang language is spoken in north-central Arnhemland (North Northern Territory, Australia) by around 300 speakers (based on research provided by The Australian Society for Indigenous Languages (AuSIL) In this language the word Wanngi means alive, living one, well, or healthy. Just like the word, Wanngi...

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