How does your oral health and well-being connect to your body health? Oral disease influences systemic diseases, like autoimmune, heart disease, cancer, even Alzheimer's dementia.
The oral microbiome and its connection with autoimmune and other chronic diseases.
Rheumatoid arthiritis, cardiovascular disease, autoimmune dosorders, and Alzheimer's dementia: what if all of these disparate diseases could be treated by targeting a single source? In fact, research shows that this is possible. The oral microbiome is the target of numerous therapeutics opportunities that DrBonnie360 delves into in her presentation at The Microbiome Therapeutics US Conference.
Dr Bonnie 360 uses CosmosID to reveal the microbes in her mouth and sequence her oral microbiome.
Your mouth may be dark and slimy, but it is one of the most mighty parts of your body! There’s a whole other world inside your oral cavity that contributes to the entire health of your body. Learn more about your powerful oral microbiome and its role in systemic health here.
What does your mouth have to do with Alzheimer’s disease? Recent research shows a connection between oral pathogens and Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Is there a link between oral microbiome dysbiosis and Alzheimer's dementia?
The microbiome is an increasingly prevalent topic of discussion in the field of oral and systemic health. But what about the virome? The virome encapsulates the viruses that inhabit your body. In this post, DrBonnie360 delves into the bacteriophage viruses in the oral virome and why they are important for the future of oral care.
DrBonnie360's life experiences are far from mundane: she began her career as a dentist, then became a Wall Street analyst and consultant after a hand injury prevented her from continuing on with dentistry, and finally started Your Autoimmunity Connection when faced with the lack of resources available to herself and her family members as autoimmune patients. This winding trajectory in conjunction with her diagnoses has given her ample insight into how to manage autoimmune and chronic conditions with the curveballs life throws your way. Here DrBonnie360 introduces her eBook to help chronic illness patients like herself prosper and thrive.
The bustling, teeming colonies of microorganisms in your mouth might be responsible for cancer in your pancreas. How do the critters in your mouth regulte such distant and severe diseases? Our visual annotated oral microbiome research bibliography conveniently provides you with a one-stop destination for exploring current research on the correlation between the oral microbiome and disease.