The Implications of Genetic Testing for Our Health
Lea Goldstone2022-07-06T12:44:31-07:00Technological progress has enabled our population to live longer, healthier lives. The development of genetic testing has allowed healthcare providers to gain valuable insights into patients' genetic backgrounds.
Catherine Webb2021-03-10T13:07:26-07:00Impact investors can invest in food as medicine to achieve good health and reduce healthcare spending. Learn about produce prescriptions, and the good they can do.
The Most Profitable Investment You Can Make… Is In Your Own Health
Paula Golka2021-02-24T10:23:52-07:00 Especially during a global pandemic, investing in our health is important. That investment includes maintains a nutrient rich diet that most effectively supports our immune system and overall well-being.
[Forbes] How And Why To Invest In Consumer Diet Change
Dr. Walter Schindler2023-02-07T13:19:38-07:00Changing human consumption patterns requires cross-sector collaboration and action. By intentionally deploying capital in areas such as improved education, localized and sustainable food systems and equitable access to healthy food, investors can remove formidable barriers to consumer diet change.
The Potential of Ultraviolet (UV) Light in the Fight Against the Novel Coronavirus
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) has generated an unprecedented impact in most countries of the world. As of July 7th 2020 the virus has affected almost every country on the planet (213 in total), spread to almost 12 million people, and caused around 544,000 deaths according to the WHO, 2020. https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen
How to Start Taking Better Care of Your Immune System
Victoria Brodsky2023-02-07T13:25:47-07:00Taking care of your immune system should be a priority, especially during a pandemic. Your immune system helps to protect your body from viral, bacterial and parasitic infections and disease.
Dr. Walter Schindler2022-08-04T16:05:25-07:00
As most of us continue to work from home, and we stay inside and away from others in the hope of hindering the spread of the coronavirus (COVID19), it’s important to contemplate several links between the slow mover climate change and this horrific quick-moving outbreak.