With the immensely augmented prevalence of autoimmune and gut disease, we certainly need innovation in this field. SonarMD is producing just that with care coordination and therapeutic organization for patient of IBD. Check out our post to read more about how SonarMD is changing the gut health game.
Everyone loves meeting new people, and we met a whole lot at the HLTH conference. With that said, we’d like to introduce you to Bill Snyder, the president of Vivante. Bill knows the struggle of a stomach ache, and so he had a lot to say about Vivante’s new GIThrive technology. Click here to learn about the system that can tell you exactly what’s happening during those bad bowel movements.
We are responsible for crafting a better future for our families and the legacies we leave behind with them. Not only is this necessary in the values we instill in our children, it is also necessary in the way in which we protect and defend their health. Emily Stauch at Flawed Yet Functional understands the magnitude of this responsibility and activity seeks to fulfill it via her blog, in which she details healthful foods, exercises, and healthy lifestyle habits so that the health of future generations remains secure.
Struggling with an underaddressed and invisible illness like many autoimmune conditions can be incredibly isolating and lonely. The support of a community, thus, makes working through an autoimmune diagnosis much more feasible. Thyroid Refresh provides an interactive game and community to thyroid patients that allows members the resources and encouragement to thrive.
The idea of “fitness” immediately brings to mind heavy lifters and marathon runners with intense and frequent exercise regimens. But what if this paradigm of fitness is actually doing more harm than good for patients with autoimmune conditions? DrBonnie360 explores the intricacies of Autoimmune Strong, a novel program that reshapes workouts and moderates fatigue and exercise intolerance for patients with chronic illnesses.
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.
Autoimmune diseases are invisible: they often don’t present externally and seemingly slip through the grasp of doctors’ diagnoses. These are glimpses of the stories and voices of autoimmune patients from our Stanford MedicineX Workshop Survey that highlight the long and arduous struggles many autoimmune patients face with diagnosis.
You’ve heard of the gut microbiome, but what about the oral microbiome? What goes on in your oral cavity has effects on your entire body. The mouth-body connection is little known, but critical to your overall health and well-being.