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A new approach to health

Here at the Medical Universities of Gothenburg and Lund, we have in a large research study investigated how people deal with their daily life challenges and how that impacts their health.

"What small thing could make me healthier today?"

Exclusive opportunity

Experience the benefits of this new way of handling all from exercise and food to stress and conflicts in order to:

  • manage your day-to-day
  • cope with challenges and stress
  • prevent lifestyle diseases

With the tool you get a new research-based method to experience health and reach concrete results such as improved cardiovascular function.

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“How can I enjoy my lunch?"

More about the opportunity

The tool has been developed and evaluated in research studies at Swedish medical universities.

It is currently closed to the public but is made available free of charge (value 300 Euro per year) for selected partners to the University of Gothenburg.

You as an employee of the IOC can now be part of this ongoing program and benefit from the tool.

Anders Rosengren


My name is Anders Rosengren and have studied health and lifestyle diseases for more than 20 years. During this time a question has developed and become central:

Why is health so difficult to prioritize although we value it so highly?

That's how the idea was born to PriusHealth, the world's first research-based lifestyle tool with all WHO health aspects. It contains thought-provoking texts, useful advice, exciting tests and inspiring exercises to encourage you to use the latest knowledge to prioritize health in your everyday life.

I wish you welcome as you come into the tool as part of our collaboration and I hope you will enjoy the benefits

Ander Rosengren

Anders Rosengren, MD PhD Professor
University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Time to experience health!

Clicking on the button will give you who is an IOC employee part of the entire tool