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Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA
Highlights from the 2018 American Nutrition Association meeting on Personalized Nutrition includes advances in science as well as clinical applications.
Patient centricity is the act of designing a service|solution around patients. More & more companies are doing this, but there is still a long way to go.
Various types of movement therapy (yoga, tai chi, Feldenkrais), used alone or combined, help minimize pain and leave your body and mind feeling better.
A FasterCures conference motivates an autoimmune activist to call for moving from problem identification and awareness to rapid implementation of action plans.
The 2017 Future Food-Tech Summit in New York prompted attendees to think of food in whole new ways: Food as Connection, Food as Medicine, and Food as Information.
Autoimmune disease has been divvied up into 100's of diseases. But with the dawn of personalized medicine, we may be ready to change our thinking.
Bonnie Feldman and colleagues describe a patient-generated blueprint to tackle the 3 most pressing problems people with autoimmune disease face.
Autoimmune disease is an under-recognized market opportunity because of increasing incidence, prevalence, and economic burden.
How reframing the data reveals that the hidden epidemic of autoimmune disease is a public health crisis bigger than cancer and heart disease combined.
Two new digital tools to help manage gastrointestinal health are the MyGIHealth app for clinicians and the MyNutritionHealth app for patients.
It can take 3.5 years and 5 doctors to get a useful autoimmune diagnosis, especially if symptoms are vague.
Despite the fact that at least 24-50 million Americans are living with autoimmune diseases and they are among the top ten causes of death among U.S. women younger than 65, it still takes most patients an average of 3.6 years and 5 doctors to get a diagnosis.