food matters, oral health, Uncategorized

Unusual Aspects of Oral Care: How timing of eating, exercise & mood can affect your mouth

Written by Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, and Ellen M. Martin  Do you often find yourself craving a midnight snack? Who thinks about their oral health while they exercise, or blames poor oral health for their bad moods? While neither of these seem obviously related to oral healthcare, new studies show that oral… Continue reading Unusual Aspects of Oral Care: How timing of eating, exercise & mood can affect your mouth

Biohacking, food matters, lifestyle, Uncategorized

How to Naturally Improve Your Mood

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Anna Simon, Ellen M. Martin Depressed mood is a common symptom of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Even healthy people may feel fluctuations in mood from factors such as hormones, life events, fatigue, and even the foods you eat. We want you to feel like your best self, so we… Continue reading How to Naturally Improve Your Mood

digital health, mind-body, Uncategorized

Using Digital Tools to Channel Our Minds: Bibliography

By Melinda Speckmann As a follow up to our Introduction, here is some in-depth reading to keep your brains blooming with life for a better understanding of what it means to stay sharp, stay well and overcome illness. Staying Sharp: Cognitive training allows individuals to stay sharp and keep our brains fit by improving various cognitive… Continue reading Using Digital Tools to Channel Our Minds: Bibliography