Inside the Patient Entrepreneur’s Mind
Novo Nordisk 2017
Novo Nordisk 2016
Real Lyfe with Type 1 Diabetes
Real Lyfe with Type 1 Diabetes – Tools To Thrive
Lyfebulb Presents: A Conversation On Addiction & Recovery During COVID-19
Join us for an informal, chat-style discussion between two Lyfebulb community members in recovery, Rebecca Rush & Lisa Smith, lightly moderated by Lyfebulb CEO Karin Hehenberger, MD, PhD. We are all living during unprecedented times created by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has posed particular...
August 13, 2020
“The Latest on IBD & Food” at Epicured, 598 Broadway
November 6, 2019
Call to Action for Innovators and Patient Entrepreneurs
A call for action to patient entrepreneurs in the area of cancer to compete at the Lyfebulb-Helsinn Summit for the first ever Lyfebulb- Helsinn Innovation Award The Award recognizes Patient Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Efforts and Ideas for cancer and cancer supportive care using drugs, ...
January 9, 2018
LBNN Application Deadline is this Friday!
Greetings from the Nordic Life Science Days! We are looking for the best patient entrepreneurs within diabetes consumer and medical devices, or healthcare information technology. Apply to be one of the ten finalists who will travel to Copenhagen, Denmark and attend the 2017 Lyfebulb-Novo Nordisk ...
September 13, 2017
Lyfebulb’s End of Summer Drinks!
Last Thursday we enjoyed an evening of Champagne, courtesy of Prestige des Sacres, cocktails made with be-mixed mixers, cookies to go from KNOW foods, and of course some wonderful food, service, and the prime location of a Lyfebulb favorite, Brasserie Ruhlmann. We want to thank everyone who came...
September 12, 2017
Exercising With Chronic Illness
Exercising is a little different for anyone living with a chronic illness. Some workouts trigger flare-ups in autoimmune conditions, while others cause discomfort or pain. Sticking to a regular routine is also difficult due to the many challenges brought about by one’s condition. The goal of ...
August 28, 2020
5 Ways to Help Loved Ones Understand Chronic Pain
Sometimes one of the most difficult things about the experience of living with chronic pain can be feeling that your loved ones don’t understand. Even when loved ones mean well and want to be there for you, sometimes they simply can’t fully ‘get’ what you’re going through. This can ...
July 24, 2020
7 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Someone with IBD
IBD is a pretty hard thing to deal with. As an invisible illness, people can’t see everything going on inside my body. My body is waging a war against itself and no one can see it when they first look at me. I’ve gotten quite a few reactions when I tell someone about my ulcerative colitis. ...
May 16, 2020