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Superheroes Wanted in Birmingham, Alabama

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October 19, 2015

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Alabama Clinical Trials, News

Superheroes Wanted in Birmingham, Alabama
If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been displaying pictures of superheroes on our homepage and our Facebook page. These pictures also include the words “Superheroes Wanted.” We can wager a guess that this may seem strange at first glance, but it’s actually a part of a campaign that we are very… Read More
 

What Does Mayo Clinic’s COPD Study Mean for Mobile Health?

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October 12, 2015

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, News

What Does Mayo Clinic’s COPD Study Mean for Mobile Health?
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a serious issue in this country– in fact, it is the fourth-leading cause of death. It was for this reason that the low-impact pulmonary rehab program was developed. COPD clinical trials have shown that this program is effective at teaching patients how to stay… Read More
 

9 Common Migraine Misconceptions & Myths

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September 28, 2015

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Migraine Headaches, News

9 Common Migraine Misconceptions & Myths
Migraines affect more than 12% of Americans— that’s about 38 million men, women and children. Despite how common they are, there are several misconceptions that remain all too popular. We want to take this opportunity to address some of these migraine myths today. If you are reading this post, then… Read More
 

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Additional Steps

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September 21, 2015

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High Cholesterol, News

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Additional Steps
Hopefully, you got a chance to read our last post detailing 5 steps that you could take lower your cholesterol this month. We recommend reading that one if you have a few minutes. This week we are adding to that list with 5 additional steps that you can take this… Read More
 

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Steps

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September 11, 2015

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High Cholesterol, News

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Steps
September is Cholesterol Education Month and we have just one question for you: Do you know where your cholesterol levels are at? Just because they were alright 10 years ago does not mean you’re still in the clear. In fact, leading cardiologists recommend that everyone over the age of 20… Read More
 

What Vaccines Does Your Child Need for School?

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August 24, 2015

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Cold & flu, Meningitis, News, Pneumonia

What Vaccines Does Your Child Need for School?
The new school year is starting, and if you’re a parent there are plenty of things on your mind. Buying new school supplies, scheduling car pools and making sure your kids will have healthy options for lunch can be quite time consuming. So we have to ask, have you considered… Read More
 

Psoriatic Arthritis? An Early Diagnosis Can Change Your Life

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August 21, 2015

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News, Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic Arthritis? An Early Diagnosis Can Change Your Life
If you think you might have psoriatic arthritis, then you make an appointment with your doctor right away. This sounds like a no-brainer, but many don’t report their symptoms right away. Hopefully, this will become less common following the results of a recent clinical study. According to new findings, waiting… Read More
 

Type 2 Diabetes: What Kind of Diet Works Best?

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August 11, 2015

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Diabetes, News

Type 2 Diabetes: What Kind of Diet Works Best?
Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes? If so, one of the most important aspects of managing this disease will be your diet. Before we delve deeper, take note that your diabetic diet should be built on the basic foundations of healthy eating. You’ll want to keep that in… Read More
 

Will a Vegetarian Diet Help You Lose Weight?

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July 29, 2015

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Heart Health, News

Will a Vegetarian Diet Help You Lose Weight?
Why do people choose to adopt a vegetarian diet? Some people have food related allergies or others have ethical reasons for not wanting to consume animals. While not as common, some choose to be vegan because it can help them maintain a healthier weight. A meta-analysis of dietary clinical trials… Read More
 

Join Us for a Blood Drive on July 24th

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July 16, 2015

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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
 
 
 

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