Kimon Angelides, Vivante Health CEO, Joins Endeavor Network

Houston, TX, April 2, 2020 – Vivante Health proudly announced Kimon Angelides, founder & CEO, has joined Endeavor, an organization leading a high-impact entrepreneurship movement around the world. The Endeavor panel selected Angelides, the organization’s thirty-first entrepreneur member to represent Greece, during its first-ever virtual International Selection Panel, the final stage of the multi-step selection…

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Vivante Health Announces Collaboration with Janssen for Predictive Disease Modeling

Houston, TX, March 17, 2020 – Vivante Health, the leader in digital medicine for gut health and disease, proudly announced a collaboration with Janssen Biotech, Inc., one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, to develop digital predictive biomarkers for chronic diseases. The agreement was facilitated by Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC. The…

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Food Allergies on the Rise?

Children are far more likely than ever before to develop food allergies, particularly in the West. While scientists can’t agree for certain why, here are the two most common and likely explanations…

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6 Days to Better Gut Health

The microscopic organisms that live within our digestive system are on the move. They’re in a constant cycle of growth, death, and adaptation. The adaptation part is crucial. It’s how tiny critters like bacteria maintain survival. And it happens very rapidly. Scientists once thought that making a change to the human gut microbiome might take…

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Earn $13,000 a year selling poop?

Each year millions of healthy men and women donate their blood, plasma, eggs, and sperm in an effort to help others while earning a little extra cash. Needles and reproductive material not your thing? No problem. How do you feel about feces? You could earn up to $13,000 a year selling your poop. So says…

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Malnutrition Very Common with IBD

Screen early and screen often. That’s the message from a doctor at Cedars-Sinai hospital. Studies estimate up to 70% of all inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients have some level of malnutrition. In fact, 26% of IBD patients are likely to be deficient in Vitamin B6, and up to 100% are likely to be low in…

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The Truth: Diet Impacts Mental Health

The World Health Organization says 1 in 4 people will be affected by a mental or neurological disorder at some point in their lives. As scientists dig deeper, they’re finding a strong link between what we eat and our state of mind. Food for Thought Two recent studies looking at schizophrenia and depression add to…

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