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This blog showcases what we think are the greatest ideas in health from conferences to tech revolutions to bioanimation. Today I invite you to take a quick peek at our philosophy plus an inside glance at some of the projects currently underway with Sterling Health. “I like your site..what is it that you do?” Our #1 FAQ. Sterling Health builds...
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How would you create the future of health? One approach is to gather 1,500 of the brightest game changers in one location for an epic four day event known as TEDMED. This extraordinary conference is like stepping into an alternate reality. Mingle in the social space among chief innovation officers of giants such as Philips,...
We’re thrilled to announce a web tool that rewards you for living well. Introducing Healthy Huntsville + DailyFeats. DailyFeats is a web and mobile platform that allows you to check-in positive behavior, get points and earn rewards that raise money for charity. And it’s all free. DailyFeats helps you appreciate the positive actions you do each...
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Being healthy is not easy. It takes work. Eating well, exercising, managing stress and remaining curious are learned habits that are easier when you have a community encouraging you. With this in mind, we are proud to introduce Healthy Huntsville, the gamified, crowd-sourced, community health initiative brought you as a collaboration between HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and Sterling...
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The health firms of tomorrow will collectively create something more than any individual technology or company.
It can take up to 20 minutes for the chemicals that tell your body that you are hungry to be reabsorbed and replaced by those that signal fullness.
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Protein takes longer to digest than carbs and fat, prompting your body to release Leptin (correlated with feelings of fullness) and lower levels of Ghrelin (a hunger inducing hormone). This is why proteins make you feel full for hours.