Meet Sheryl Flynn, physical therapist, neuroscientist, and CEO of the first company in the world to market digital games for rehabilitation from brain injury. Meet Sheryl Flynn, physical therapist, neuroscientist, and CEO of the first company in the world to market digital games for rehabilitation from brain injury. We sat down with her to hear more about her incredible idea.
Cara Moretti and Carla Bayot left their careers to start Design My Meals, an online meal planning tool for moms, cooks, or anyone looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle. We sat down with the duo and learned more about their careers, their mission, and entrepreneurship.
When faced with a family illnesses, Jill Shah learned the power of alternative medicine. She couldn’t find a way to search for reliable practitioners—so she decided to build it. Now, Jill’s List is the medical community’s go-to resource for complementary medicine.
Health insurance is expensive and tough to navigate as an individual—so think about what your company must deal with! But this new start-up is trying to change that once and for all. Check out our interview with Sherpaa’s founder, Cheryl Swirnow.
Need a workplace-friendly Halloween costume that’ll still be fun to pull together (not to mention, cute)? Get some inspiration from your favorite cubicle dwellers from the big (and small) screen.
Healthcare has lagged behind in the tech scene, but that’s about to change, thanks to start-up incubator Rock Health and a new wave of entrepreneurs. In the first of our series of interviews, Rock Health’s CEO gives us a peek inside the industry’s future.
Eating disorders and alcohol abuse are an incredibly risky combination, but sometimes, they go hand in hand. One woman shares her story—and what you can do to help a loved one who may be in trouble.
IUDs have gotten a bad rep, but they may be the best birth control option for some women. Not to mention—much that bad rep isn’t based at all on current science. Here’s what you need to know about this “set it and and forget it” contraception method.
Navigating a chronic health issue isn’t easy for anyone, but IBS presents some particularly sticky situations if you’re tied to an office all day. So, here are a few ways to take down the angst surrounding IBS in the office, for you or for someone you know.
That peace sign you had inked onto your ankle seemed like such a good idea—at the time. And now you’re stuck with your freshman year lapse in judgment forever. Or are you? We sat down with a tattoo removal expert to learn more.