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20 Million Daily Challenges DONE!

Published on June 04, 2015 by MeYou Health.

Daily Challenge reached another important milestone this month. Together, the Daily Challenge community has completed more than 20 million challenges! That's a lot of small healthy actions. Members have also smiled at each other 75 million times and encouraged each other two million times. And this social support has gone global! Challenges have been completed in every country in the world. Learn more here.


Making a pact for life: A Daily Challenge story that will warm your heart

Published on April 24, 2015 by Hillary Noble.

Daily Challenge has sent hundreds of millions of challenges to members all over the world, but never one that’s quite this special. With the help of the MeYou Health team, two DC members just made a pact for life!

The story starts almost four years ago with just one small action: a smile from one member to another. In May of 2011, Cala smiled at Jim’s post. Two years later, they became connections on Daily Challenge – and met face-to-face, too! When the time came to move their relationship to the next level, Jim looked to the place that brought he and Cala together at the start. He contacted MeYou Health with a very important question:

“I've thought long and hard of a special way to propose, but because of our current job schedules and locations, it has been very difficult to find that special time and place. So, I was wondering, since we met on DC and became very fond of each other, is there a way to send her a special, custom daily challenge?”

After weeks of behind-the-scenes engineering to create a custom challenge for Cala, it was time for its special delivery. This morning, Cala received a one-of-a-kind challenge that was written by Jim. He asked her to marry him and join their two families to create a new family of 10. Find out what she said!

VIDEO: Why is our work meaningful?

Published on November 21, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

People who work at MeYou Health make a living and a difference. We create products that improve people’s lives and enable them to transform their social networks into support systems. Our flagship product, Daily Challenge, encourages members to complete one small, healthy action each day. Over the last few years, our product suite has grown include a walking app, a weight management app, and a platform that houses all MeYou Health products and lets members track their well-being over time. We are also currently re-designing QuitNet, the largest online community of smokers and ex-smokers worldwide. We feel lucky to have such an impact on people’s well-being, and it’s rewarding to see firsthand how we help our members every day.

Enjoy the final video of the week!

VIDEO: How do we promote well-being at work?

Published on November 20, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

We don’t just aim to improve others’ health – we’re committed to our own physical and emotional well-being, too! Up next in this week's MeYou Health video series, take a fun look at how we promote well-being at work.

At MeYou Health, there’s a running club that pops out for quick runs, and people play pickup games of basketball and soccer. We take group walks around the neighborhood and eat lunch at our long, communal tables. We enjoy our time together here at work (and spend time together outside of work!). We’ve created an atmosphere that’s relaxed, fun, and genuine.

VIDEO: Who works at MeYou Health?

Published on November 19, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

Now that you know what we do at MeYou Health and where we do it, it's time to say hello to the team!

There isn’t one sort of person who works here. The MeYou Health team spans the worlds of design, engineering, science, writing, medicine, and data, creating a culture where collaboration is at the center of everything we do. We share product updates at bi-weekly catered lunches, where designers, engineers, and other team members talk about their successes and see techniques that their colleagues are using. Some of us even work together on outside projects when the day is done!

VIDEO: Where do we work?

Published on November 18, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

Next up in the week of MeYou Health videos: get a glimpse of where we work! Take a tour of the office with our Head of Design, Sean Landry.

Our new office is in a stylish building in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood of Boston. We’re a 10-minute walk from South Station (with a shuttle that travels back and forth for those rainy or chilly days), and there’s ample parking nearby for those who drive. It’s sunny and bright at MeYou Health, with big windows that offer great views of the city. The space is modern, with exposed brick and beams, but also cozy, from our lounge to our warm and friendly dining area.

Stay tuned for more MeYou Health videos to learn more about why we won Top Small Employer in The Globe’s Top Places to Work rankings!

 

VIDEO: What do we do at MeYou Health?

Published on November 17, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

We’re delighted to have won Top Small Employer in The Globe’s Top Places to Work rankings, and we’re eager to share what makes working here so special. Stay tuned all week for new MeYou Health videos about what we do, where we work, who works here, and more!

We build web and mobile behavior products that help our members improve well-being and turn small actions into healthy habits. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Healthways, we can focus on product, maintain a startup atmosphere, and be dedicated to building great software – all with the support of a large, well-established health services company. Our goal-oriented process keeps our members’ needs at the forefront and drives all of our design, content, and engineering decisions, every day.  

It's official! We're the best place to work!

Published on November 13, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

At MeYou Health, people arrive each morning knowing their day will be filled with collaboration, creativity, and enthusiasm. We’re dedicated to improving people’s well-being with our products, and having a great place to work allows us to achieve great things.

We’re delighted to have won Top Small Employer in The Globe’s Top Places to Work rankings, and we’re eager to share what makes working at MeYou Health so special.


What do we do at MeYou Health?

We build web and mobile behavior products that help our members improve well-being and turn small actions into healthy habits. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Healthways, we can focus on product, maintain a startup atmosphere, and be dedicated to building great software – all with the support of a large, well-established health services company. Our goal-oriented process keeps our members’ needs at the forefront and drives all of our design, content, and engineering decisions, every day.  


Where do we work?

Our new office is in a stylish building in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood of Boston. We’re a 10-minute walk from South Station (with a shuttle that travels back and forth for those rainy or chilly days), and there’s ample parking nearby for those who drive. It’s sunny and bright at MeYou Health, with big windows that offer great views of the city. The space is modern, with exposed brick and beams, but also cozy, from our lounge to our warm and friendly dining area.


Who works at MeYou Health?

There isn’t one sort of person who works here! The MeYou Health team spans the worlds of design, engineering, science, writing, medicine, and data, creating a culture where collaboration is at the center of everything we do. We share product updates at bi-weekly catered lunches, where designers, engineers, and other team members talk about their successes and see techniques that their colleagues are using. Some of us even work together on outside projects when the day is done.


How do we promote well-being at work?

We don’t just aim to improve others’ health – we’re committed to our own physical and emotional well-being, too! At MeYou Health, there’s a running club that pops out for quick runs, and people play pickup games of basketball and soccer. We take group walks around the neighborhood and eat lunch at our long, communal tables. We enjoy our time together here at work (and spend time together outside of work!). We’ve created an atmosphere that’s relaxed, fun, and genuine.


Why is our work meaningful?

People who work at MeYou Health make a living and a difference. We create products that improve people’s lives and enable them to transform their social networks into support systems. Our flagship product, Daily Challenge, encourages members to complete one small, healthy action each day. Over the last few years, our product suite has grown include a walking app, a weight management app, and a platform that houses all MeYou Health products and lets members track their well-being over time. We are also currently re-designing QuitNet, the largest online community of smokers and ex-smokers worldwide. We feel lucky to have such an impact on people’s well-being, and it’s rewarding to see firsthand how we help our members every day.


Share Your Own Well-Being Story!

Published on November 05, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

Has using Daily Challenge or Walkadoo changed your health habits or lifestyle for the better? We want to hear your story!

Here's what to do:

1. Record a short video of yourself describing how Daily Challenge or Walkadoo (or both!) has made a difference your life. Your video must be shot horizontally and should be no longer than 30 seconds.

2. Email it to socialmedia@meyouhealth.com by midnight on Wednesday, November 12, 2014. You can also use this email address to share your video via Google Drive.

Thanks for your help. We can't wait to hear your story – and we may even use your clip in a future MeYou Health video of our own!

Walkadoo Updates for your Pebble and SMS Notifications

Published on October 01, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

The seasons are changing, and so are a few things in Walkadoo! Here are three recent improvements to help you stay on top of your step goals:

Light it up. If you’re using a Pebble to send your steps to Walkadoo, you’ve probably noticed the circle of lights that comes on when you tap your device. Before last month, those lights indicated your progress toward 5,000 steps. The lights didn’t give you any information about your Walkadoo step goal, which could make it confusing to find out if you met your goal.

As of last month, the lights display how close you are to your tailored Walkadoo step goal. When you tap your Pebble, you’ll see two circles of lights: one complete circle and then a partial or complete circle, depending on whether you’ve met your goal. For example, if your goal that day is 6,352 steps, and you’ve taken 3,000 steps and offloaded your steps to Walkadoo, you’ll see a partial circle of lights come on when you tap your Pebble. Please note that if you haven’t come in contact with a sync point that day, the lights on your Pebble will not reflect that day’s step goal. Instead, the lights will continue to track your progress toward the last custom goal your Pebble received from Walkadoo. If your card that day is Unlimited, the lights will indicate a goal of 5,000 steps.

You’ve got our number. All your text messages from Walkadoo now come from a consistent phone number. Walkadoo SMS used to come from a bank of numbers, which may have filled your inbox with messages from multiple senders. Now that you only get messages from one number, add Walkadoo to your contact list! If you want to receive SMS notifications from Walkadoo, add your phone number on your Settings page.

Text for steps. Wondering how many steps you’ve walked so far today? Text the word STEPS (or sTePs; it’s not case sensitive) to find out your progress. You can reply to any Walkadoo text message, or send a message to the number you’ve newly saved as Walkadoo. You’ll get a message with your step count as of the last time you synced.

We'll continue to keep you posted on new product updates. In the meantime, keep walking!

Team Picks: Daily Challenge Turns 4!

Published on September 22, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

This week is all about celebrating Daily Challenge’s fourth birthday! DC has come a long way in its first four years. Together, members have completed more than 15 million challenges, sent more than 1.3 million encouragements, shared more than 60 million smiles, and formed 140,000 pacts! That’s a lot of small actions.

In the latest edition of Team Picks, we asked the DC team to share one thing they've learned from working on Daily Challenge. Check out the video here, then share your own “one thing”! What’s one thing you have learned from Daily Challenge? Tell us in the comments below.

Also, keep an eye out for the “Celebrate With Us” stamp! It's awarded to everyone who completes a challenge between 12:00 AM DST on September 20, 2014 through 11:59 PM DST on September 26, 2014. If you've been a member of Daily Challenge on past birthdays, that means you already earned the stamp!

Walkadoo’s Daily Step Goals - You Spoke Up and We Listened!

Published on September 09, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

When we created Walkadoo, our mission was simple: to make people healthier and happier by encouraging them to move around a bit more each day.

Here's a peek at a step card from our upcoming iOS app!

To make this happen, we knew our first goal would be to create an engaging experience – one that would capture your attention and hold it for a long time. The next goal would be to focus on new ways that Walkadoo could help its members continue to take more steps.

A few months ago, we looked at the data we’d collected from all of our Walkadoo members. We found that the vast majority of people weren’t increasing their activity in meaningful amounts. We began scouring available research on the subject to see what had and hadn’t worked in similar situations.

Next, we took the information we found and added some of our own Walkadoo science to it! As a result, you’ve probably noticed these changes in your Walkadoo experience:

  • Walkadoo now adjusts much more quickly to your personal activity level. In the past, it could take several weeks for your step goals to change. Now it will take just a few days.
  • Staying consistent in your movement day-to-day is important, and your new step goals emphasize that. If you walk a lot one day, it doesn’t mean you should take the next couple of days off. Consistency is the key to building a healthy habit.
  • If you don’t hit your step goal, that shouldn’t be considered a failure. To that end, we’ll be getting rid of the X symbol on your dashboard that indicates that you didn’t complete your card. You will see the X symbol on the days you forget to wear your device, but as long as you walk at least 100 steps on a given day, we’ll show you a progress bar. What we really want is for you to try, and to not beat yourself up if you don’t hit your goal for the day! The most important thing is that you wear your device regularly – whether it’s a FitLinxx Pebble, Fitbit, the Moves app for iPhone, or Jawbone – and take a shot at achieving your goal for the day.

After we implemented the new system for assigning step goals, we immediately got some feedback from many of you that the goals jumped a little too much. We have since adjusted the system to make the goals much more manageable.

We’re certainly not done making changes yet, and we will continue to try and make Walkadoo as awesome as we can. As always, send us an email at support@walkadoo.com to let us know how your Walkadoo experience is going, if you need some help, or if you just want to say hi!

 

Walkadoo's Derby for All Results Are In!

Published on June 27, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

The Walkadoo Derby for All results are in! Andrea, energetic teacher and walker extraordinaire, was the ultimate champion. She logged an impressive 148,812 steps in just one week! Congratulations to all of the competitors: Mike, Jon, Tanaz, Jake, and Andrea!

Check out the derby stats!

Thanks so much for rooting for your favorites. We'd like to send a pair of red Walkadoo sunglasses to those who cheered on a derby competitor. If you participated and would like a pair, please send your mailing address to socialmedia@meyouhealth.com by 11:59 PM ET on Monday, July 7, 2014. We have a limited number, so only the first 100 to respond are guaranteed a pair!

Thank you again for being a part of the derby action! Hope you had fun following along with us.

A Derby for All!

Published on June 12, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

UPDATE 6/27/2014: Thanks so much for rooting for your favorites! We'd like to send a pair of red Walkadoo sunglasses to those who cheered on a derby competitor. If you participated and would like a pair, please send your mailing address to socialmedia@meyouhealth.com by 11:59 PM ET on Monday, July 7, 2014. We have a limited number, so only the first 100 to respond are guaranteed a pair!

 

There’s nothing like a little friendly competition in Walkadoo to send your step count soaring! What happens when anyone on the Internet can watch you compete? Thanks to the ultimate public derby, we’re about to find out.

THE DERBY:

We found five professionals in the Boston area, gave each of them a FitLinxx Pebble pedometer, and entered them in a seven-day derby (or step competition) that will start Monday, June 16. The competition is stiff, but these active Bostonians are up for the challenge. Meet the competitors in the video below, then tell us who you’re rooting for in the comments! Will it be Jon, a jiujitsu-loving bartender? Andrea, a middle school teacher with unlimited energy? Mike, the self-proclaimed “fastest speedwalker on the Eastern seaboard"? Tanaz, competitive doctor and active mom? Or Jake, the Walkadude himself?

Comment who you're rooting for by Tuesday, June 17, 12:00 PM ET, and cheer your pick on throughout the week! If you have a Walkadoo account, you can follow the derby as a spectator. The derby ends Monday, June 23. 

Without further ado, meet the competitors and start rooting for your favorite!

The New Q is Coming! Redesigned Tobacco Cessation App Will Launch in 2015

Published on May 20, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

When MeYou Health’s chief medical officer Nate Cobb, M.D., created QuitNet.com two decades ago, he was among the first to suggest that the Internet could be used to foster a supportive community for people trying to quit tobacco. QuitNet was later acquired by our parent company Healthways, and it recently made its way into the hands of our product team. In 2015, QuitNet will be re-launched for mobile devices that weren’t even invented when it was first developed!

MeYou Health is partnering with QuitNet’s community managers and clinical team to create a new and improved experience – one that you can easily access on mobile phones and tablets, as well as on personal computers.

The QuitNet team wants you to join the design process and follow along on the journey to launch! The New Q blog will feature product updates every other week, along with opportunities for discussion about tobacco use and maintaining your quit. You’ll also find behind-the-scenes info on the QuitNet team!

Check it out and explore here: quitnet.meyouhealth.com

Favorites from Hackfit Boston: Fitness for the Brain and Body

Published on May 02, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

For the second year in a row, more than 100 tech buffs and fitness aficionados gathered at Hackfit Boston, a fitness-infused startup competition that combines health and wellness with new technology. Designers, developers, product managers, marketers, and fitness professionals joined forces to build fitness apps, test prototypes, participate in fitness challenges, eat healthy, and collaborate with others in their fields. MeYou Health sent a crew of six to check out this year’s event, and they returned to the office with a wealth of new ideas and a few sore muscles!

Here are the team's favorite aspects of Hackfit!

 

Jake Butler, Walkadoo Product Manager

MYH's "Well-Being Challenge"

We had a table to represent MeYou Health for a portion of Friday night as a part of sponsoring the event. We decided that a giveaway would be a good idea to help garner some interest, so we brought 50 FitLinxx Pebbles with us. I was hesitant to just give them away, so I wanted to have more of an interactive contest to win them as prizes. After some brainstorming with other MYHers, we came up with a Double Dare-inspired Well-Being Challenge. Participants could either choose a physical challenge, which would be something like a 30-second wall sit, or a trivia challenge, which consisted of questions all related to walking, like "What state is home to the oldest continuously used hiking trail in America?” (It's an 8.5-mile path to the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire).

It turned out to be a huge success! People laying on the floor doing sit ups in front of the table definitely helped get the attention of others. Since the event was called “HackFit,” I shouldn't have been surprised that most everybody chose the physical challenge over the trivia questions. We even got some of the other sponsors in on the action!

 

Matt Clement, Engineering Intern

Working on a hardware project

On Friday, after all the project ideas were pitched, I was torn between two different teams. It's a good thing that I ended up working on Chill Out, which meant I got to hack on hardware all weekend. Joining forces with a team of strangers to produce a working prototype was so cool. My favorite part was the look of surprise and delight on people's faces when I asked them to try out the wearable we created. The workouts were also memorable, especially since I'm still sore days after the fact.

 

Bill Sabram, Lead Game Designer

Meeting new people

I've always enjoyed meeting new people at conferences and HackFit Boston was exceptional in that regard. The weekend involves a great deal in a short amount of time and I think that this compression really brings out the best in people. Everyone is eager to engage, discuss, and help. I learned so much about mobile app entrepreneurship, exercise, nutrition, and Kung fu from the incredible people that I met at HackFit Boston. The biggest realization, though, was how the skills that we possess influence the way that we approach problem solving. Cross-discipline collaboration is the new literacy!

 

Joe Tufo, UI Engineer and Nick Sireci, Designer

Exercise as an ice breaker

Joe:

Usually, when there are a bunch of strangers at an event like this, you have to do uncomfortable ice breaker activities . . . but not at Hackfit! We did a 50-minute “insanity workout” instead. During the workout and after it, people were slapping hands, encouraging others to keep going, and even hugging! It really made for an easygoing, fun environment right off the bat.

Nick:

HackFit was an awesome experience. We started with a group “insanity” work out led by a fitness team called Chi Bang Bodies. There is a reason why they call this work out “insanity”! It set the tone for the entire weekend. It got people ready to innovate, collaborate, design, and build. We weren’t just creating apps, but also coming up with viable business plans. We pushed our minds and bodies to the limits. It was a great experience and I’m really proud of the work I did that weekend. I would definitely do it again . . . once my muscles stop hurting.

 

Vineet, Mobile Engineer

On health and wellness

What I liked most about Hackfit was the focus on health and wellness. We were exposed to good, healthy food and encouraged to work within a healthy schedule. Teams got points for fitness in addition to their work on the products, and most of the products incorporated fitness or activities that lead to improved fitness. We got a chance to iterate on awesome ideas that improved wellness for other people while practicing wellness ourselves throughout the weekend.

 

Bill's Top Five Insights from the Game Developers Conference

Published on April 10, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

Written by Bill Sabram, MeYou Health's Lead Game Designer

Last month, I attended the 27th annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, Calif. Learning, playing, and connecting with other game designers has kept me coming back time after time. Each year, I return inspired for the future of the game industry and charged with excitement for what games can do when they are combined with other industries (such as healthcare!). I’m happy to share this list of my Top 5 GDC Insights:


1. All games teach. These 3 also inspire.

Here are a few stand-out games from over a dozen that were shared at this perennial favorite GDC event, the Experimental Gameplay Workshop.

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Hack ‘n Slash is a Zelda-like adventure game that teaches you how to code. It is brilliant, clever, and gets you thinking like a computer programmer! Use your sword to plug into USB ports on the objects in the game, and then hack them to solve the level. I can’t wait to play!

Elegy for a Dead World is a game for dreamers and poets. In the game, you are a journalist visiting an immersive world based on such famous works of literature as Lord Byron’s Darkness. Explore the world, imagine who built this lost civilization, and pen your thoughts. Then share your stories and read others’.

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Metrico is a game about data visualizations. It has a very clever game dynamic that allows you to play upon the surface of various charts and graphs, discovering how your actions affect the game environment with each data entry. It is coming to PlayStation 4, and everyone was very excited to hear about this game – including me!


2. Sometimes we need to think like mathematicians.

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Game designer and lawyer Fashih Sayin, PhD, gave a talk regarding user responses to narrative-driven games. He mentioned that people look for more detail to make an experience more real. We look at data and construct a narrative, which leads to something called the “conjunction fallacy.” Essentially, our desire to make decisions based on a perceived story can overtake our logic and reason. Fascinating stuff.


3. Great leaders ask, “Why?”

Epona Schweer, Senior Producer at 2and2, shared some valuable knowledge from her three-part talk, “Leading Without Power, Directing Without Authority.” From the start, she encouraged us to adopt new definitions. Leadership is making informed decisions. Direction is helping others make informed decisions.

Part 1: Figuring it out. Frame the problem, map obstacles, and test all assumptions. Reduce your tasks down to what you can do today.

Ask lots of questions: Why does each team member care about being here? What options do they have available to get the job done? What obstacles do they see? (Do they even see them as obstacles?) What do they believe would kill the project? What do they recognize as success? As failure?

Work with your teammates to get answers. Is what I did important? Did it matter? People often start working on things that might not be necessary at that moment. Keep asking them “why?”

Part 2: Discover motivations. Find options. Remove obstacles. Give feedback. You can find the logical solution for the problem by asking all the questions.

Part 3: Stay on track. Track individual progress daily, team progress weekly, and overall progress monthly.


4. And you thought we were just having coffee.

Here at MeYou Health, we are very familiar with the story of network social graphs and “contagious behavior.” Game companies, however, are typically blind to social graph stories. Usually, they are most interested in the users who spend the most money in their game. But that’s starting to change as game companies quantify the difference between big spenders and big influencers.

Dimitri Williams gave a fascinating talk entitled “Social Whales: Understanding and Leveraging a New Kind of Player.” Social whales are 10% of the population, but they cause 60% of influence. They exert a subtle but powerful monetary influence that Dimitri described as the “coffee shop effect.” Imagine you and I meet for coffee. You are my friend and I want to hang out with you more often, so I come back to the coffee shop. Even if you are not there, I still spend money. I’ll buy a coffee. You have influenced my purchase!

The takeaway: alter your game mechanic to empower the relationships between users! Try to create genuine social value.


5. If it’s pitch black, you are likely to be eaten by a grue.

In the summer of 1977, game developers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lab for Computer Science began building an amazing interactive computer game. At GDC 2014, Dave Lebling, one the game’s authors, shared stories of “acres of computing,” his love of time travel puzzles, and the origin of the “grue” (a sinister lurking presence that dined on adventurers and was terrified of light) for this beloved trio of fiction games from my early teens: Zork I, Zork II and Zork III.

If you have not played Zork, I highly recommend you check it out! It was wonderful to hear candid stories from Mr. Lebling about the development of these revolutionary adventure games which were so highly advanced for their time.

“See More” Option Added to Daily Challenge Posts

Published on April 04, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

As you improve your well-being with the small actions brought to you by Daily Challenge, we’re busy working on small actions behind the scenes that will make your DC experience as smooth as possible!

Thanks to our newest update, everyone’s posts will now take up the same amount of space for easier browsing. No more scrolling through longer posts to get to the ones below it! When a post exceeds a certain length, the rest of the post will be hidden until you click a link labeled "see more" to reveal it.

The screen on the left shows what a long post looked like before the "see more" link was added. The screen on the right shows what a long post will look like now.

Don't forget, we also have a DC mobile site and iPhone app. The "see more" link will be available on these platforms as well, which means reading posts from your connections on the go will be much easier. Stay connected to Daily Challenge quickly and easily no matter where you are!

The screen on the left shows a long post before the latest update. The new "see more" link, shown in the screen on the right, will make scrolling through posts much quicker in the mobile version of DC.

Meet the MeYou Health Researchers! [VIDEO]

Published on March 28, 2014 by Hillary Noble.

While our engineers build products and our designers bring them to life, our researchers ensure that science is at the foundation of everything we do at MeYou Health.

Josée Poirier, Ph.D., and Nate Cobb, M.D., are MeYou Health’s resident behavioral theorists, data crunchers, and general experts on all things science. They weigh in on behavior change and health intervention concepts during the early stages of a product, give data-driven input on improvements along the way, and evaluate the products once they’re out in the community. Most importantly, they help us build and improve meaningful well-being products that are based on real scientific evidence. 

Check out this quick video to learn more about what Nate and Josée do every day, and why they like working at MeYou Health.

Meet the researchers!

Power in Numbers: This Year in Daily Challenge [INFOGRAPHIC]

Published on December 27, 2013 by Hillary Noble.

2013 was a great year for the Daily Challenge community!

Collectively and individually, we reached and surpassed milestones, formed new bonds and strengthened old ones, welcomed first-time members into the DC family, and celebrated existing groups like the Sixters and the Sew Whats.

This year was chock full of daily small actions that encouraged healthier choices and improved well-being. Before we move on to an even bigger and better 2014, take a look at some of the Daily Challenge stats that show just how much our members achieved together in 2013.

Way to go, DC!

 

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