Is Osteoporosis Inevitable?

By Joseph Hock, Purdue University

Exercise is not everyone’s most enjoyable pastime. But for people with osteoporosis, there are many benefits, and it doesn’t require lifting heavy weights or running long distances. These activities could actually...


Paths to Patient Support in Rare Disease


By Nolan Brown, Sr. Program Coordinator

February 28 is Rare Disease Day – an important day to recognize rare diseases and the severe impact they have on the lives of people around the world. While these diseases may be “rare” in...


Are Sugar-Free Foods as Healthy as they Seem?

By Susan Sloane, RPh, CDCES, Contract Clinical Educator with VMS BioMarketing

Have you ever been to the grocery store, desperate to find a “healthy treat”? I sure have! You see the sweets aisle and are drawn to the temptations of the...


One in Seven: Rheumatology Patient Nonadherence During COVID-19

By Nolan Brown, Butler University, VMS BioMarketing Intern

September is Rheumatic Disease Month, and, while patients always face challenges, the rise of COVID-19 has created an even more difficult environment for them. When living in an immunocompromised state due to...


Psoriasis and Depression: The Lesser-Known Impact of the Disease

By Nolan Brown, Marketing Intern, Butler University

VMS BioMarketingPsoriasis is a chronic...


Alzheimer’s Disease: The Challenges Family Caregivers Face

By Nolan Brown
Marketing Intern, Butler University

The term “dementia” is used to describe the loss of memory and other thinking abilities, and Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type, making up 60 to 80% of all dementia cases. During...