3 comments on “Fibers, Fats & Polyphenols Key for Immune Health”

Fibers, Fats & Polyphenols Key for Immune Health

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Ellen M. Martin Food as medicine and food therapy have been steadily gaining great traction in the health discussion. People with complex diseases, such as autoimmune, are finding alternative therapy options…

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It’s Never Too Late – Conquering Fear of Public Speaking

They say it takes a village. In my case it took a village’s worth of coaches! To do what you wonder? To overcome my fear of public speaking. Most people who know me will be very surprised – it’s been a…

0 comments on “It’s Never Too Late – Finding Community Support is Key”

It’s Never Too Late – Finding Community Support is Key

During the past few months, many of my professional colleagues and friends have asked me how I have been able to tap the resilience needed to reinvent myself many times. Most recently, I have been lucky enough to find several…

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The Lonely Voices of Autoimmune Disease @StanfordMedX

Explore a recap of DrBonnie360's Stanford MedicineX 2014 presentation, highlighting the need to use data and digital tools to ignite precision medicine in autoimmune disease. Click the link below: https://wakelet.com/wake/4b074fa4-86ed-4b90-939f-32f1013ade5c

1 comment on “Slides from the Stanford Medicine X Panel: Platform gaps in Healthcare”

Slides from the Stanford Medicine X Panel: Platform gaps in Healthcare

View the slides from DrBonnie360's Stanford Medicine X Panel on Open versus Closed Data - What are the business models? Is there a “Platform” gap in healthcare? What are the business models? from DrBonnie360 https://www.slideshare.net/DrBonnie360/stanford-medicine-x-open-versus-closed-data-dr-bonnie360  

0 comments on “Is there a “Platform gap” in Healthcare?”

Is there a “Platform gap” in Healthcare?

How will healthcare data business models evolve around new “Platforms”? by Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M. Martin Personal data is changing the way we work, live and play. As consumers, we expect to receive personalized recommendations in a variety of areas, from shopping…

1 comment on “The Human Microbiome: An Invisible Spouse in Sickness and in Health”

The Human Microbiome: An Invisible Spouse in Sickness and in Health

The second we are born, each of us enters a unique relationship that is going to last a lifetime. Who’s the lucky one, you ask? About 100 trillion microbes that dwell everywhere on and inside our body: the skin, the…