Daily Archives: March 16, 2014

Redefining Entrepreneurship—the innovative medical solution

There is a new social entrepreneurial movement afoot that seeks solutions to some of the world’s most challenging medical issues. Medical entrepreneurship is among the very best hopes we have for accelerating the pace of medical innovation and industrial progress. For many people living with Parkinson’s disease, the mere act of chewing and swallowing can…

Reflection in Practice

Reflection. You’re familiar with it, in its various forms. Your face in the mirror, your thoughts on a page; as the Latin suggests, little pieces of you are bent back on themselves and aligned on a surface for convenient viewing. Reflection often seems like arbitrary testing or busy work, the sort from which it would…

Microbes and Me

We are—on both the cellular and genetic level—more bacteria than human. There are 100 times more genes in our bodies coding for the microorganisms in our intestines than our own human genes. Imagine the potential for opening new doors to medical discovery through manipulating the ecosystem of microorganisms flourishing within us. When we eat natural…

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