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The mental health prognosis in your pocket

Kiwi start-up Sahha is close to commercialising code that will accurately signal mental ill health.

Sahha co-founder Aleks Dahlberg.

Will Mace Fri, 05 Aug 2022

Imagine an app on your phone that monitors your mood – pinging you a notification when it senses you’re depressed or anxious or burnt-out, and triggers an intervention to help address the imbalance.

The founders of Sahha – Aleks Dahlberg and Doug MacDonald – are trying to make this a

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