There are many terms that those with celiac disease call an incident of accidentally consuming gluten. Most call this “getting glutened,” a “gluten attack”, or “gluten poisoning”. Many even call this a “gluten hangover”.
Getting tested for Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) can give anyone a little anxiety. It’s perfectly natural to have a lot of questions before you take a PSA blood test. How do you prepare for a PSA test? Is there anything I can do to make sure my results are accurate? What do the results mean?
We all have questions about COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus. imaware™ has compiled the relevant information for you!
May is a special month at imaware™ as we are celebrating Celiac Disease Awareness Month and Food Allergy Action Month.
At imaware™, we're proud to now offer at-home screening for food and environmental allergies using over 60 IgE trusted biomarkers.
imaware™ offers several cardiovascular at-home tests that use biomarkers and genes to tell more of your complete health story.
There is medical evidence that celiac disease may affect the reproductive system, central nervous system, brain, and skin - even eyes.
With imaware™, we aspire to create a world where we lead the charge of our own health, where prevention is better than cure.
We believe that home-based testing is one of the best ways to start a conversation with your doctor about achieving your health goals.
We are bringing to market at-home testing for chronic diseases with our aptly named imaware™.
imaware™ shares a common goal with the SSCD to increase awareness in the community of testing, diagnosis, and treatment of celiac disease.
Dr. Stefano Guandalini is an expert on celiac disease, Professor Emeritus, University of Chicago, and founder of the Celiac Disease Center.
Dr. Detlef Schuppan is a world leading researcher on celiac disease, and is credited with discovering the tTG biomarker for celiac disease.
Dr. Niewold, of New York University School of Medicine, is mapping the genetic factors that cause autoimmune diseases.
Kevin Deane, MD, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at University of Colorado Denver, and is focused on rheumatoid arthritis.
Introducing imaware™, the most comprehensive at-home test for celiac disease screening.
People can now monitor and trend immune system response to their gluten-free diet from the comfort of their own home.
People can now test for rheumatoid arthritis, even before symptoms develop, from the comfort of their home.
Jani sits down with Kelly O’Neill from RAwarrrior.com. Kelly shares about the shock of learning she had rheumatoid arthritis.
After meeting imaware™ and learning more about their mission, Kelly O'Neill agreed to take the imaware™ RA test and give feedback.
As this brief public service announcement (PSA) explains, RA is a serious and painful disease.
People with celiac disease become extremely sick when they consume gluten, a type of protein found in rye, barley, wheat other grains.
If your employer knows that you have celiac disease, you should be able to work in a safe and comfortable environment.
Celiac disease is your body going to war with itself, rather than with foreign substances. The war is against gluten.
As anyone with a drawer full of stretchy pants knows, the defining feature of bloating is the appearance or feeling of a swollen or distended belly. Although it is not fun to feel bloated, it is fairly common, with just over 20 percent of Americans reporting that they experienced bloating in a given week
What is Vitamin D, and what is magnesium for, for that matter? Why are they inextricably linked according to the science of nutrition? What do they do for the body, and what happens to the body when there isn’t enough of it? Should you supplement your diet with one? Both? And how much? This is everything you need to know about Vitamin D and magnesium,
The link between healthy vitamin D and reduced COVID-19 infection stands out as one of the most promising and positive stories about the pandemic, here's what we know.
Going to the bathroom is one of those everyday things you take for granted, until something changes. Problems with urination are relatively common in men over the age of 60, affecting about 1 in 3 men in this age range.
Just as ears and noses get bigger as we age, the prostate gland continues to grow over time1. In fact, enlarged prostate—also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, is so common that medical professionals consider it an inevitable consequence of aging with male hormones.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. It’s a protein that allows things like bread to be chewy, stretchy, and rise nicely. It can also be tasty - like barley malt found in flavorings such as barley and rye in alcohol. Gluten is a common protein found in much of the current American food supply, and is even in hand soap, cosmetics, conditioner, and items like Play-Doh and kid’s craft supplies.