Protect Yourself During This National Influenza Vaccination Week

National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) is an annual observance in December to remind everyone 6 months and older that there's still time to get vaccinated against flu.

When was the last time you had the flu? For many Americans, the answer to this question may be a head scratch or a shoulder shrug. You may not remember the last time you were sick with the flu virus because it has been in relative hiding recently. The protective measures that have been in place against COVID-19 over the … Read More

Vaccines Aren’t Trendy, They’re Essential

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Vaccines are the most important thing we can do for ourselves and our children to protect against various illnesses. They do this by helping prepare our immune systems to fight off infections and prevent disease. Vaccines prevent up to 3 million deaths worldwide. Thus, they aren't trendy when we think about vaccines; they’re essential. How Vaccines Work The COVID-19 pandemic ... Read More

How Stress Affects Your Health

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Self-preservation is hard-coded into our bodies and reveals itself in various ways. Your stress response is a series of changes triggered by the brain that prepare your body to face a real or perceived threat. While the body was made to handle these short-term boosts, chronic or long-term stress can have lasting effects on your health. Fight or Flight Stress … Read More

HPV Diagnosis, Now What?

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Although 4 out of 5 people will contract the human papillomavirus (HPV) in their lives, receiving a positive test for it can still be surprising. Most cases go away on their own, but some types can cause genital warts and cancers. The good news is that knowing you have an HPV diagnosis means you can do something about it. Here’s … Read More

Advancing Medicine Takes Heart

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Improving Options for Top Women’s Healthcare Issues Women are unique and diverse both as individuals and as a whole. These are some of the driving forces behind the demand for better care solutions for conditions prevalent in women. The clinical trials we conduct here evaluate potential new options for some of the top health issues women face. Here are three … Read More

Why You Should Volunteer in a Trial

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Giving back in a meaningful way as an individual is a great way to help others and strengthen your community. Volunteering also comes with life-changing personal benefits not everyone knows about. Do you want to help others in the New Year? Keep reading to learn why you should consider volunteering in a clinical trial! Volunteers and Clinical Trials When most … Read More

Free Memory Screenings Available in Recognition of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Sign up for a free memory screening.

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month — Have You Had Your Free Screening Yet? Alzheimer’s Awareness Month is celebrated in November. It is a time to create awareness about Alzheimer’s and other dementias by educating ourselves about the signs. It is also a time to help support the efforts to improve the lives of the more than 6 million individuals living with this … Read More

Returning to Work – The Choice Non-Vaccinated Employees are Facing

(Las Vegas NV, 8-5-2021)  With the expanding reach of the Delta variant, discussion of booster shots, and increase in overall infections, employers are pushing for vaccination. The current national vaccination rate is 50.3% with over 165 million Americans fully vaccinated.(1)  Employers are taking note of expanding vaccine access and more and more companies are bringing their employees back to the … Read More

Novavax Vaccine Study For Children

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NOTE: The Novavax study has closed, but we do have several new studies available. Please visit our study list page to see if there’s one you may be interested in. We are happy to announce that the Novavax vaccine is being reviewed by the FDA for Emergency Use Authorization in adults, and they are opening a research study to children … Read More

Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

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The following article relates to the Pfizer COVID Vaccine Protocol#C4591001: All participants who courageously volunteered to help make a difference during this pandemic have the option to receive the investigational vaccine while continuing to be part of the clinical trial. The Vaccine Transition Option The Vaccine Transition Option is a voluntary process that offers all participants 16 years and older … Read More