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Studying associations of sedentary behavior and physical activity with quality of life in colorectal cancer survivors Population ageing and increasing survival rates of colorectal cancer patients are leading to an increasing number of colorectal cancers survivors worldwide. Many of these individuals experience long-lasting side effects due to the cancer or its treatment, such as bowel…
Start developing your own wearables today with BITalino! BITalino is a low-cost toolkit to learn and prototype applications using body signals. It’s for students, teachers, makers, artists, researchers, corporate R&D… no electrical skills required! Order your BITalino wearable sensor development kits at Maastricht Instruments or contact us for a workshop where we help you to…
Being physically active on a daily basis improves a patients condition, reduces disease side effects and improves quality of life. For diabetes and COPD patients being more physically active is often difficult to achieve because of tightness of the chest or overwheight. A specially developed activity coaching tool for these patients and their care providers…
Paul Schoffelen (Senior engineer R&D at NUTRIM and the Department of Human Biology at Maastricht University)"When we started building the world's first respiratory chambers in the early eighties, it was the beginning of automated research into the human metabolism. We have since set a pretty high standard."
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