The first thing we learned is the exposome is vast. There were more than 2,000 species, from bacteria to my pet guinea pig, registered during my own two years of profiling. Even the guy or gal who wore it for three months for the study was exposed to over 1,000 species. There were close to … Continue reading The next big thing in health is your exposome
Julia Cheek is the CEO and founder of EverlyWell, an at-home lab testing service. Their mission is to provide affordable and easy access to lab tests. They work with certified labs and a network of virtual physicians to provide a home-kit testing experience. Women’s health is a core component of EverlyWell’s offering since its inception. They … Continue reading Lab-testing startup Everywell aims to empower women’s fertility decisions
The amount of data you slough off everyday—in lab tests, medical images, genetic profiles, liquid biopsies, electrocardiograms, to name just a few—is overwhelming by itself. Throw in the stuff from medical claims, clinical trials, prescriptions, academic research, and more, and the yield is something on the order of 750 quadrillion bytes every day—or some 30% … Continue reading Tech’s next big wave: big data meets biology
Delegating therapy to a machine is the ultimate gesture of faith in technocracy: we are inclined to believe that AI can be better at sorting out our feelings because, ostensibly, it doesn’t have any of its own. Except that it does – the feelings it learns from us, humans.
Dr. Brendan Byrne
Dr. Brendan Byrne delivers a vision for healthcare which maximizes prevention and performance by combining digital innovation, fundamental wellness principles and a strategy tailored just for you. Brendan’s future outlook showcases how the healthcare system will shift dramatically toward “precision health” and the increasing importance of “health tune ups”, utilizing personalized behaviour action plans. The … Continue reading Your best health outcomes don’t come from healthcare
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