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Giving Back in Your Golden Years

Retirement isn’t just about not working anymore and being able to do what you want. It begins a new chapter in your life as you transition into the new normal. In the end, many end up pondering what their legacy will be for the future. They start getting restless and try to find ways to …

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New Year, New Testosterone Levels

Testosterone is a hormone made in the testicles of males. It is responsible for helping boys develop those classic male features of hair, deeper voice, and muscle strength. Testosterone hormone levels decrease with age, but some men have low enough levels where they become deficient. While decreases in these levels are normal, the symptoms common …

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Why Get a Memory Screening?

Though some people are at higher risk, anyone can develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Recent studies show the chances of developing a form of dementia double every five years between the ages of 65 to 90. Since some memory loss is expected with aging, early signs of cognitive decline can go unnoticed. The first step in finding out …

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Volunteering for Research After 65!

Clinical research studies are the primary way we evaluate new treatments’ safety and effectiveness in people. These new options can be a new medication, therapeutic approach, or medical device. Research studies rely on a diverse population of volunteers to give the best data regarding dosage and administration. The diversity covers not only race and gender …

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November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Almost 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Most of us know at least one person who has been impacted by Alzheimer’s, but not everyone understands what it is and what they can do about it. November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and people all over the country are putting on their walking …

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Woodland Research Northwest Joins the Fight Against COVID-19

As we head into the autumn season, we find there’s a need more than ever for volunteers in the search for a vaccine for COVID-19. Woodland Research Northwest is joining the search for volunteers in Rogers, Arkansas as they begin to conduct clinical trials for COVID-19. Check out this two part interview of Dr. Daniel …

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