Jun30

(Photos) A Global Picture of Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis

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by Brett Shamosh


In our latest version of GI Monitor, we added a simple feature called Photo Therapy. We asked our global community of (IBD) Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis patients to upload, caption and rate pictures of people, places and things that make them smile. Below are some pictures to remind us that health connects us all.


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This WSJ video presents a pretty good overview of what some patients are doing to take control of their health. In this rapidly evolving era of consumer health, its super important that neither the patient nor the doctor sees the "Health Hacker" model as trumping the guidance of an educated health care provider. The right model is a partnership between data collection and data analysis.
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by Brett Shamosh Cartoons from an email circulating about what Steve Jobs is up to in the afterlife.
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by Brett Shamosh iSee my son and wife when I’m traveling for work iListen to music from all walks of life iWatch animated films that entertain my 3 year old and me iTalk to people I will never meet in person iStarted a company iDiscover new places iThink differently iThankYou…
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by Brett Shamosh Entrepreneurship is hard. All those blog posts you read about the ups and downs are absolutely true. But so are the parts about affecting change and disrupting conventional workflows. And that’s what makes me smile every morning when I look at my Socialize feed in GI Monitor and see things like “My GI recommended it” and “my nurse suggested this app”.