Older adults and clinical trials

Why Clinical Research is Important for the Older Populations

Each May, we celebrate Older Americans Month to honor the seniors in our lives and celebrate their vital contributions. The platform also helps communities give back by providing education on the health issues prevalent in older Americans and ways to maintain their health and independence. Innovations in healthcare options are a crucial part of these … Read more

COVID-19 Pneumonia

COVID-19 Pneumonia

Most individuals who contract COVID-19 have mild or moderate symptoms such as coughing, fever, and shortness of breath. But in some cases, people with COVID-19 also develop severe pneumonia in both lungs. COVID-19 pneumonia is a severe illness that can be fatal or cause long-term health issues. What is COVID-19 Pneumonia? Pneumonia is caused when … Read more

Low T and Testicular Cancer: Is there a connection

Low Testosterone and Testicular Cancer – Is There a Connection?

Have you ever wondered if there is a connection between low testosterone (low T) and testicular cancer? Considering both originate in the testes, the correlation is understandable. April is Testicular Cancer (TC) Awareness Month which creates awareness around the leading form of cancer in men aged 15-44. Knowing more about low T and other TC … Read more

National Physicians Week

National Physicians Week

National Physicians Week takes place March 25 -31 to spotlight the medical doctors that selflessly dedicate themselves to the health of humanity. Over the last two years, their heroism has been a daily testament at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a clinical research site, joining the efforts to fight against COVID-19 and other … Read more

It's Low Vision Awareness Month

Type 2 Diabetes Can Impact the Whole Body

Vision impairment can make it hard to do everyday things like reading, shopping, and cooking. Approximately 4.2 million Americans ages 40 and older are visually impaired. Of these, 3 million have low vision. February is Low Vision Awareness Month. Retinopathy is a leading cause of vision loss and one of the many ways type 2 … Read more

How headache diaries are making migraines more manageable

How Headache Diaries are Making Migraines Manageable

Though we have a standard list of migraine symptoms, each individual experience varies slightly from the next. Keeping track of your symptoms through a headache diary is critical to your individual treatment plan. This blog will review how the information gathered in headache diaries can help make migraines more manageable. What is a Headache Diary? … Read more

Migraines can't be cured, but you don't have to suffer

Migraine Relief: Tips, Tricks, and Preventions

For some, migraines can be a daily struggle. We don’t have a cure yet, but we can offer tips and tricks to help prevent and provide migraine relief. Relieving Current Migraines When you are feeling the onset of a migraine, try some of these tips to prevent it from getting worse. Drink more water – … Read more