1000 Days Bubble: the application that protects children against endocrine disruptors
The period called the first 1000 days of a child runs from the 4th month of pregnancy to the child's second birthday. On a lifetime scale, these 1000 days are unparalleled: " the baby grows two centimetres per month and the size of its brain increases fivefold ". The child's direct environment during these 1000 days is thus decisive for his or her future development and health. Solutions have been put in place to help parents get through this decisive period with peace of mind.
The first 1000 days of childhood, a decisive yet poorly understood period
Parents and parents-to-be, concerned about their child's development, are often worried about the risk of exposure to endocrine disruptors, which are suspected of causing chronic diseases, infertility, early puberty, obesity, congenital malformations, but also hormone-dependent cancers and immune disorders. 2] They act on hormones and the groups most at risk are therefore men and women of childbearing age, pregnant or breastfeeding women and babies during the first 1000 days when everything is being built.
Young parents and medical information
These first 1,000 days therefore require increased vigilance on the part of parents regarding their daily practices in order to limit their exposure or that of their child to endocrine disruptors as much as possible. With little support, young parents often have to look for information on these issues themselves. Turning to a health professional can be a long and tedious process for many. Many report that they regularly look for answers on social networks. 3] They are then confronted with a mass of information that is not reliable.
"Bubble 1000 days", the application that accompanies future and young parents
In order to better assist parents and future parents to calmly go through this period of uncertainty, exolis is making its experience of the connected patient path available to the URPS PACA midwives, the URPS PACA liberal doctors and the Association Santé Environnement France (ASEF ).Together, they are developing an application that provides simple access to information verified by health professionals.
The application "Bulle 1000 jours", 100% free of charge, allows parents and future parents to educate themselves on the subject of endocrine disruptors thanks to practical guides and sheets related to the daily life of the whole family.
This is further proof that the new digital health tools are an effective solution for ensuring patient peace of mind and access to information.
 All about the first 1000 days, Ministry of Solidarity and Health
 What is known about the health effects of endocrine disruptors, Santé public France
 The first 1000 days, what is it? Ministry of Solidarity and Health
They talk about us:
exolis, an expert in the connected patient pathway, offers a complete, multi-service and multi-pathology patient portal that strengthens the link between the patient and the hospital. Designed for health establishments, institutions and general practitioners, exolis is a white-label partner in the digital transformation of the medical world.
The application is built around and for the patient, allowing him or her to enter a supervised care pathway in the institution and at home (making appointments, reception terminal, adapted and personalised medical follow-up, teleconsultation, online payments, electronic signature of consent, etc.). exolis works with a strong conviction: the involvement of the patient in all stages of his or her care pathway, even administrative, is a strong vector for therapeutic success.