Bone and Joint Health Action Week: Join the Movement for Stronger Knees

From October 12th to October 20th, people around the world will unite for Bone and Joint Health Action Week, an annual event dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of maintaining healthy bones and joints. This week serves as a reminder that our bone and joint health significantly impacts our overall well-being. Let’s dive into …

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The Link Between Weight and Diabetes: Why Maintaining a Healthy Weight Matters

In recent years, the prevalence of diabetes has been steadily increasing worldwide. While various factors contribute to this alarming trend, one significant risk factor stands out: being overweight or obese. The relationship between weight and diabetes is undeniable, and understanding how excess weight can lead to diabetes is crucial. In this blog post, we will …

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Diversity Matters in Clinical Trials. Find out why in our blog.

The Value of Diversity in Clinical Trials

We are celebrating April as National Minority Health Month is a crucial reminder to include varied diversity in advancing health. From medical research to treatments, the value of diversity in clinical trials is becoming increasingly evident. Learn more about its relevance in our blog! National Minority Health Month                …

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Why participate in clinical trials? Here's 5 reasons why!

5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Clinical Trials

A difficult health diagnosis can be scary, so why not explore all available options? As we move into 2023, more and more people are turning to clinical trials as part of their healthcare journey. Read our latest blog, where we’ll discuss 5 reasons why you should consider clinical trials in the new year! Benefits of …

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Alzheimer's: Learn how this disease disproportionately affects minority groups

Alzheimer’s Disease: The Growing Disparity in Minorities

By 2060, Hispanics and African Americans in the U.S. will see the most significant increase in Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. April is National Minority Health Month, and it’s perfect timing to understand better the growing disparity in minorities for Alzheimer’s disease. While you can’t prevent Alzheimer’s right now, knowing your risk is vital for …

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Make Your Mark with Clinical Trials

Do you have a New Year’s resolution to live healthier? Or give back to your community? Cross off your New Year’s resolution and make your mark with clinical trials! Through clinical research, you can learn more about your health and contribute to the health of your community. Helping Yourself There are all sorts of personal …

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