Lyme Disease: The Great Imitator

Halloween is almost here and everyone is putting on their disguises. Lyme Disease, however, never gets out of disguise. Chronic Lyme Disease is painful, debilitating, and an epidemic. The condition is the fastest growing vector-borne disease in the United States and is larger than AIDS, Avian Flu, or West Nile Virus combined. And, due to…

Tried and Tested: Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Although many choose and some have to abide by a gluten-free diet, that doesn’t mean sacrificing sweets as we head into the holiday season! Gluten, for many, can lead to damage and inflammation of the small intestine. Several gastrointestinal problems could result from this, and  when you suffer from a chronic illness like Lyme Disease…

Madeleine Boyson: Social Media Makes Finding Support Easier

Patients are one of the best sources of information when it comes to emotional support or finding quick relief as they are living it and can relate to your emotional journey. Peer Health allows patients and caregivers to gather together, help each other and be helped themselves. And, Madeleine perfectly explains how Peer Health can…

Karen Curtiss: Why Peer Health?

Finding peers who can relate to your healthcare journey may seem difficult, but social media and the internet allow us to broaden our personal network and create strong connections with people across the country. Peer Health allows patients and caregivers to gather together, help each other and be helped themselves. And, stories like Karen Curtiss’…

Peer-to-Peer Healthcare & Clinical Research

Terri Eichorn has over 27 years of clinical research experience and has conducted over 110 clinical trials in many different therapeutic areas such as Diabetes, Vaccines, Gout, GERD, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, Metabolic Syndrome, Acute Bronchitis, Angina and Congestive Heart Failure.  Terri is the Director of Clinical Operations at Columbia Research Group and is Peer Health’s Clinical…