Searching for Their Place in Healthcare

With the digital world connecting more and more directly to the physical world, it was only a matter of time before healthcare would be affected. In digital therapeutics, we are beginning to see how software can work in conjunction with traditional healthcare and therapeutics to deliver cost savings and better patient outcomes. Here are some […]

Precision Nutrition Coaching for Men and Women

Need help eating better, improving your health, and getting the body you want? If so, you’re in the right place. Twice a year we open our coaching program to men and women who want to look and feel their best. We help them get into the best shape of their lives… and stay that way […]

Patient Leader #FollowFriday – May 18th, 2018

Can you believe that the WEGO Health Awards launch in just two week? We’re getting so excited that we thought we’d take a trip down memory lane and revisit these past finalists. Each year we are so impressed and inspired by all the nominees, so take a few minutes to learn about these three and […]

Is your EHR performance affecting patient satisfaction?

The scene: My doctor’s office, late morning, the exam room. I watch the minutes tick by as I sit and wait, drumming my fingers on the table and trying not to think about my overwhelming to-do list for the day. Mere minutes before, things seemed to be going smoothly. Appointments were running on time. We […]

PrEP: Protection against HIV in a pill? – Harvard Health Blog

HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus) weakens the human immune system and destroys the important cells that fight disease and infection. A person can get HIV when bodily fluids — including blood, semen, pre-seminal fluid, rectal fluids, or vaginal fluids of a person with the virus — come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged […]

The psychology of Internet rage – Harvard Health Blog

Have you ever noticed that you tend to get a lot angrier on the road with other drivers than you do with people in the rest of your life? To a large degree, the experience of road rage is universal, and can be explained by the emotional distance that is created between drivers when there […]

May #WEGOHealthChat Recap: Tackling Sensitive Issues in Advocacy

Advocacy is hard enough as it is, but how do you handle spreading awareness when you have a condition that makes people uncomfortable to talk about? How do you approach the sensitive topics? In the May #WEGOHealthChat, Jackie and Kristen from the WEGO Health team talked you through bridging the gap and sharing their own experiences […]

Fermented foods for better gut health – Harvard Health Blog

Naturally fermented foods are getting a lot of attention from health experts these days because they may help strengthen your gut microbiome—the 100 trillion or so bacteria and microorganisms that live in your digestive tract. Researchers are beginning to link these tiny creatures to all sorts of health conditions from obesity to neurodegenerative diseases. Fermented […]

4 things to know about ticks and Lyme – Harvard Health Blog

As the weather gets better and school vacations begin, along with sunburns and water safety there is something else parents need to think about: ticks and Lyme disease. Lyme disease is spread by the bite of the blacklegged tick. While there are cases in various parts of the country, it’s most common in the Northeast […]