Clinical Trial Heroes

You’ve heard the saying, “not every hero wears a cape.” It’s true, there are heroes all around us, in plain clothes, but with an extraordinary superpower. While not everyone can participate in research, clinical trial heroes stand for those who can’t. Why Clinical Trials are Important Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the realization of the importance of research is more … Read More

National Senior Citizens Day and Osteoporosis

Approximately 14.1 million Americans aged 50 or older have osteoporosis, which causes the bones to become weak and brittle. On August 21st, National Senior Citizens Day celebrates the contributions of seniors 60 or older and reinforces their historical roles in our communities. It also highlights issues predominately affecting them, such as osteoporosis. Now more than ever, seniors are staying active longer thanks … Read More

Inclusive Diversity in Research

Out of the small percentage of individuals who participate in clinical research studies, often they do not represent the U.S. population as a whole. Clinical research has gone through many evolutions when it comes to incorporating previously excluded demographic areas. With data mounting showing the direct correlation between diversity and better outcomes in larger populations, change is in motion. By … Read More

Make 2021 the Year for Research

Giving back during these uncertain times is such a freeing experience and one that your health will thank you for. While there are many opportunities to volunteer, clinical research studies are a way to make a lasting impact and improve future generations’ healthcare. 2021 promises to be another critical year for medical advancements. Get involved today and make 2021 the … Read More