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SOUNDSLIKEIBS APP SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT IDEA

The SoundslikeIBS app has been developed by those with first-hand experience of irritable bowel syndrome. Combining input from tech guru Mark Allardyce, whose son was diagnosed with the illness, and Mike Mahoney, a clinical hypnotherapist with years of experience treating IBS, SoundslikeIBS is attracting success and attention from sufferers across the world. “IBS is a […]

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SoundsLikeIBS Nominated For 3rd Annual Scattergood Innovation Award

SoundsLikeIBS, is a mobile health application (app) which delivers a proven behavioral management program to patients diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, an embarrassing digestive disorder. The Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation is a Quaker-based, philanthropic, grant-making foundation committed to raising its voice to improve the system through which behavioral healthcare is delivered. The Scattergood Foundation […]

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IBS mHealth Launches in the App Store

For all of those affected by IBS whether you are an individual suffering from its debilitating symptoms, an employer/ insurance company incurring its tremendous costs and loss of productivity, or a provider struggling to find a value-based clinical solution to ease your patient’s discomfort, a review of the following should be of interest to you. What follows is […]

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Tech Guru Mark Allardyce, delivers mHealth App For IBS
By Paul Bender NY based healthcare writer, clinical psychologist.

I’m a clinical psychologist and consultant to an international clientele. In that capacity, I’ve known Mark Allardyce for the past 20 years. Recently, Mark asked me to review his newest mHealth App for iPhone and iPad which provides a patent-pending solution for IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. I’m excited to write that this App, based on […]

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A Question; and an Answer
By Nick Turnbull writer & broadcaster

The most frightening thought is that we know so little about it. Let’s re-phrase that. We know what happens to the poor sufferers. We know that it affects over twelve million people in the UK alone, year on year. We know that, second only to the common cold, it is a prolific cause of absenteeism […]

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2015 Launch’s mHealth Solution for IBS.
By Paul Bender NY based healthcare writer, clinical psychologist.

‘Irritable Bowel Syndrome’ or IBS is a pervasive and debilitating condition affecting millions worldwide. It can steal the normal life-style of any individual affected; for employers and insurance companies, it is tremendously expensive to diagnose and treat, since there is no cure or reliable treatment. For healthcare providers, it is a struggle to find solutions; […]

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10 more facts about the digestive system

The human liver performs approximately 500 different functions – it cleans blood, produces bile, stores energy in the form of sugar called glycogen, makes cholesterol, of which, some is needed, although generally cholesterol gets a bad press! The liver also helps with blood clotting. Did you know the liver is the only organ that is […]

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7 things you never knew about your digestive system

Did you know it is because of peristalsis – the wave-like contractions in your oesophagus – that even if you were hanging upside down, the food would still reach your stomach! Some laundry detergents contain classes of enzymes which are present in your digestive system! Did you know some animals have stomachs with multiple compartments? […]

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The wonders of the digestive system

At approximately 9 meters (30ft) in length the digestive system is the converter of food to fuel. It is hugely complex, yet after food has been swallowed the entire process is involuntary. From the mouth to the anus the journey is complex and yet simply occurs without conscious thought from the individual. The process begins […]

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The Brain in Your Gut

Ever had butterflies in your stomach, felt nauseous before an exam, or tired after you eat? During fetal development, from tissues called the neural crest, we develop 2 brains, the cranial (head) and the enteric nervous system (gut). Considered a “complex, integrated brain in its own right”, this system has over one hundred million neurons, […]

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