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The Oral Microbiome and its Connection to Systemic Health: The Microbiome Therapeutics US Conference

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.

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Visual Annotated Oral Microbiome Research Bibliography (Improved & Expanded )

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.

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How to Enjoy Thanksgiving with an Autoimmune Disease

Autumn is nearly synonymous with buttery pecan pie, soft pumpkin bread, and decadent roasts. These hearty dishes threaten the waistlines of just about everyone but can pose a particularly diffcult health hurdle for those with autoimmune diseases. To help you better navigate the upcoming holiday season, here are some autoimmune diet-friendly recipes to indulge in this Thanksgiving.

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Using Tech to Create Personalized and Actionable Food Therapy

There seems to be an app for everything these days, but finally there are apps for autoimmune patients tailored to one’s own personal conditions, diets, and health issues! Click here to discover exciting new technological advances for personalized food therapy.

2 comments on “Spotlight on Scleroderma”

Spotlight on Scleroderma

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Anna Simon, Ellen M. Martin Obtaining appropriate diagnosis, effective treatment, and quality care for autoimmune and chronic conditions is often quite challenging. If you have experienced such struggles, then you are not alone. Statistics show…

2 comments on “Science 37- Accelerating Biomedical Research by Putting Patients First”

Science 37- Accelerating Biomedical Research by Putting Patients First

The importance of patients participating in clinical trials can not be underestimated.  Just ask Alicia Staley, the Vice President of patient affairs at Science 37, who believes, “It is our obligation as patients, at the end of a treatment journey,…

9 comments on “Stretching: More than just a warm-up?”

Stretching: More than just a warm-up?

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Ellen M. Martin, Kelsey O’Donoghue Imagine attending a workout class in which you warm up with stretching…seems pretty normal, right? Now imagine continuing to stretch for the whole class. Studios selling this concept are…

2 comments on “How to be the CEO of Your Own Health: A Patient Guide”

How to be the CEO of Your Own Health: A Patient Guide

As a chronic disease patient, navigating the healthcare system can feel like fending for yourself in an unfamiliar big city - most other people seem to know their way around while you stand by, lost and confused. You are not…

0 comments on “The Feldenkrais Method: Finding Your Personal Power to Reduce Chronic Pain”

The Feldenkrais Method: Finding Your Personal Power to Reduce Chronic Pain

“The only thing permanent about our behavior patterns, is our belief that they are so.” - Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais I have been going to various types of physical therapy weekly for thirty years. This “fearless experimenter” found that despite continually…

7 comments on “Tai Chi & Qi Gong as Movement Therapy”

Tai Chi & Qi Gong as Movement Therapy

Over the past several generations, stress levels and chronic disease levels have continued to rise. According to the American Psychology Association, On average, younger adults are more likely than older generations to report that their stress has increased in the past…