Healthy Humans

Our Mission

Healthy Humans brings together some of the top integrative medical doctors, mission-critical software and user-interface developers, and foremost patient advocates to build an online platform to improve health outcomes while simultaneously reducing costs.

The Health eHub is an online portal that fosters a strong relationship between patients and their doctors while simultaneously empowering patients to become more involved in preventative care, particularly outside of regular office visits. With a user-friendly interface and straightforward tracking tools, it becomes easy for patients to manage all aspects of their health on a daily basis - with their physicians monitoring at an accessible distance.

Healthy Humans sees the Health eHub™ as an opportunity to revolutionize healthcare by putting physicians back at the center of wellness and reminding Americans that when it comes to their health, an educated proactive approach will reap limitless positive results.




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  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Uncontrolled diabetes results in high circulating blood glucose (sugar) levels, and this injures the small blood vessels (microvasculature) of the kidney (especially in the filtering portion of the kidney, the glomerulus). The damage to the kidney blood vessels starts right away with high blood sugars,...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Hypertension is associated with a number of serious long-term effects on the body. High blood pressure is a risk factor for the development of heart disease, heart failure, stroke, eye disease, kidney disease including kidney failure and some life-threatening emergencies.

    Some of the risk factors...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Diabetes increases the chance of experiencing an eye disorder, although many such disorders are minor. But diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in people ages 20 to 74, and thus should not be taken lightly. People with diabetes should have regular eye exams in order to identify and treat problems...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Uncontrolled diabetes results in high circulating blood glucose (sugar) levels, and this injures the small blood vessels (microvasculature) of the kidney (especially in the filtering portion of the kidney, the glomerulus). The damage to the kidney blood vessels starts right away with high blood sugars,...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Type 2 diabetes causes four main complications:
     
    • Diabetic kidney disease or nephropathy
    • Diabetic eye disease or retinopathy
    • Diabetic nerve disease or neuropathy
    • Diabetic vascular disease and heart disease
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  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    This is an important issue for people with diabetes. Hypoglycemia means low blood sugar. It is the opposite of hyperglycemia, which means elevated blood sugar. Since diabetes is usually associated with high blood sugar, it may come as a surprise to know that low blood sugar is much more common in diabetics and is...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    Hyperglycemia is a medical term that means elevated blood sugar. Medical terminology can often be broken into its parts to discern its meaning. "Hyper" means "elevated." The stem "glycem" refers to sugar, and "emia" as a suffix in any medical term means "in the bloodstream." Normally, the blood sugar...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    One of the most amazing facts of biology is that all cells are built from the same building blocks. Whether it is bacteria or an ant, algae or a tree, a crab or a fish, a dog, a cat or even a human being, all living things have the same chemical building blocks from the same four categories: proteins,...Read More
  • Healthy Humans
    Healthy Humans answered:
    The cause of insulin resistance is complex and is still a very active area of research. It appears that a certain type of fat tissue, fat that is contained in the abdomen (also called visceral adipose tissue), produces certain hormones and other substances that together cause insulin resistance. This was a major...Read More
  • Daphne Goldberg - CITY, AK - Family Medicine
    NDM-1 is a newly discovered enzyme that makes bacteria particularly resistant to many antibiotics.  Thus far, three cases were identified by the CDC antimicrobial (antibacterial) labs in the US and several more in the UK.  In all three US cases and many of the UK cases, the bacteria have been linked...Read More