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Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA
A new understanding of the oral microbiome is shedding light on the relationship between periodontitis & systemic diseases, such as CVD, COPD, and cancer.
Although HLTH did not specifically focus on immune-mediated diseases, a bit of sleuthing uncovered innovations useful for people with those conditions.
Collaboration is crucial to attaining the audacious goals of reimagining research, diagnosis, and care for all patients with autoimmune diseases.
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.
Three passionate researchers in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Disease have developed innovative solutions for problems related to the disease.
Recent research has elucidated the relationship between the oral microbiome and a variety of system diseases including Sjogrens, Lupus, & Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Oral health isn't only about what goes into your mouth or how your mouth looks & smells, but what's going on inside your mouth as a microbial ecosystem. Your oral microbiome is affected by a variety of factors, such as food you eat, stress, aging, genetics/race/ethnicity, gender, even the type of toothpaste you use.
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.
Bonnie Feldman and colleagues describe a patient-generated blueprint to tackle the 3 most pressing problems people with autoimmune disease face.