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Looking to give back this holiday season? We've made it easy. For every patient that joins a PicnicHealth research study we'll donate $25 to a patient advocacy group until December 31, 2022. Go to to learn more. #PicnicHealthGivesBack #GiveBack #GivingBack https://t.co/kuoKOLZ8kvRead More
PicnicHealth is proud to sponsor @OCAlzheimers' live class, "Caring Conversations: Tips for Connecting and Communicating with Those with Memory Loss" taking place on December 6th at the Norman P. Murray Community & Senior Center. Register at #alz https://t.co/GhmvR8vGdJRead More
[...] I'm not saying that you're going to know everything overnight, but the more you research, the more it's going to add to your library of learning."Read More
"Do your research. That means investing in classes. That means making sure that you're reading articles and that you understand this disease. [...]Read More
[...] There are going to be a myriad of feelings that you feel. Rest them and accept every single one because that is going to be the totality of this journey."Read More
"Make sure that you are resting your feelings. What I mean by that is just acknowledging them, sitting there, processing and understanding just how this disease makes you feel and being okay with that. [...]Read More
Being a #caregiver is difficult, and there is no doubt that there will be hurdles when you first start your journey. We asked Ty Lewis, who cares for her mom Gertrude, if she had any advice that she wanted to share for first time caregivers. Here's what she had to share: https://t.co/qsFjksz5CURead More
@1_mamas_dramas Hello, we're sorry for the confusion! We've sent you a DM.Read More
Meet @carepatti who cared for her mom Linda after she was diagnosed with Dementia. Through social media she shared their story, showing that life does not stop after an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Linda passed away in March and Patti bravely continues to share her journey with grief. https://t.co/Z5FoxMyuZiRead More
PicnicHealth is all about making medical records easy to access and using data to power the next frontier of medical research. We’re led by the belief that there’s power in medical information when it’s used well, and that every person has a right to their own theirs. And we’ve built award-winning machine learning to do it.