Join Us for a Blood Drive on July 24th

Join Us for a Blood Drive on July 24th

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Join Us for a Blood Drive on July 24th
What are your plans for next Friday? The team at Achieve Clinical Research would love for you to come out for a blood drive at our clinic here in Birmingham. You can join us at any time between 11AM – 4PM. We’re teaming up with LifeSouth Community Blood Centers to… Read More
 

8 Tips for Parents of Children with Juvenile Arthritis (JA)

8 Tips for Parents of Children with Juvenile Arthritis (JA)
How did my child develop arthritis? This is a question that pediatric rheumatologists hear all the time. It’s a scary situation for many parents, made all the worse because so many don’t realize that their child could be at risk for this disease. Arthritis is commonly thought of as an… Read More
 

5 Ways to Treat Cold Sores More Quickly

5 Ways to Treat Cold Sores More Quickly
The cold sore is a painful blister that’s caused by the herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1). These sores develop around the mouth and tend to cause a significant amount of embarrassment and anxiety. They usually don’t last for more than a couple weeks, but there are certain methods you can… Read More
 

7 Crohn’s Disease Tips for Eating at a Restaurant

7 Crohn’s Disease Tips for Eating at a Restaurant
For people living with Crohn’s disease, they need to spend a lot of time thinking about what they put in their mouth. This makes going out to eat at a restaurant inherently challenging. The risk of a flare-up is never far from the mind of someone living with this gastric… Read More
 

This Genetic RA Study Could Help Predict Future Disease Severity

This Genetic RA Study Could Help Predict Future Disease Severity
There are an estimated 1.5 million Americans living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It’s a chronic, inflammatory condition that still has no cure. However, recent research has caught our attention and hopefully yours too. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease and the answers to what causes it have been sought after… Read More
 

7 Medical Conditions Related to Fibromyalgia

7 Medical Conditions Related to Fibromyalgia
Did you know that there are at least 10 million Americans living with the syndrome known as fibromyalgia? This medical condition is characterized by a complex range of symptoms such as chronic pain, fatigue and sleeplessness. To make matters worse, research suggests that fibromyalgia is significantly underdiagnosed. Could you be… Read More
 

Clinical Trials: What’s the Next Generation Going to be Like?

Clinical Trials: What’s the Next Generation Going to be Like?
Would you be surprised to learn that the first clinical trial ever recorded can be found in a book of the Bible? A story from the book of Daniel describes how King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon believed that consuming only meat and wine would help turn his men into better soldiers.… Read More
 

6 Lifestyle Tips for Lupus Patients

6 Lifestyle Tips for Lupus Patients
Did you know that May is Lupus Awareness Month? If this is news to you, then we highly recommend taking a look at this infographic to learn more about this important event. Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease which affects nearly 2 million people here in the U.S. This week,… Read More
 

Have Arthritis? 9 Inflammatory Food Ingredients to Avoid!

Have Arthritis? 9 Inflammatory Food Ingredients to Avoid!
Would you be surprised to learn that more than 52 million Americans are living with some form of arthritis? An estimated 1 in 2 people will develop symptomatic osteoarthritis of the knee by the time they reach 85. In short, arthritis is more common than you realize and something you… Read More
 

What are the Best Diets for IBS Sufferers?

What are the Best Diets for IBS Sufferers?
So what are you doing for IBS Awareness Month this April? Here’s an event that has helped raise research funds and promote awareness for this chronic gastrointestinal disorder. One of it’s primary goals is to get more people to talk about irritable bowel syndrome as it goes undiagnosed far too… Read More
 
 
 

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