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Should You Enroll in a RA Clinical Trial?

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August 10, 2016

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News, Rheumatoid Arthritis

Should You Enroll in a RA Clinical Trial?
Are you suffering from rheumatoid arthritis (RA)? Thinking about taking part in a RA clinical trial? There are many benefits to participating in a clinical trial, but how do you know if it is the right option for you? This is a commonly asked question of our principal investigators. We… Read More
 

Taking Metformin? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

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July 28, 2016

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Diabetes, News

Taking Metformin? Here’s Everything You Need to Know
Metformin is often the first drug prescribed to people who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Taken orally, metformin helps to control your blood sugar levels. Metformin is often used in combination with other drugs to treat diabetes. Without the proper long-term management of diabetes, it can cause serious… Read More
 

Did You Know Dogs can Smell Diabetes?

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July 15, 2016

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Diabetes, News

Did You Know Dogs can Smell Diabetes?
It is well known that dogs have a great sense of smell. They can use their highly tuned noses to provide a number of great services to humans. From drug sniffing to locating lost people in avalanches, these helpful canines have truly amazing powers. However, did you know dogs can… Read More
 

Accel Research Appoints Melanie VanDemark as Vice President of Medical Affairs

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July 13, 2016

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Accel Research Appoints Melanie VanDemark as Vice President of Medical Affairs
Today, we announced the appointment of Melanie VanDemark, M.D., FAAFP as Vice President of Medical Affairs. In this role, Dr. VanDemark will provide medical guidance for all Accel Research Sites, located in Deland and Port Orange, Florida and Birmingham, Alabama. All sites specialize in the conduct of Phase I-IV clinical… Read More
 

10 Signs of Low Testosterone

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July 2, 2016

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Hypogonadism, News

10 Signs of Low Testosterone
Testosterone is a hormone produced by men and women that has a variety of important functions. It plays an extremely vital role in male development from deepening the voice to controlling the growth of body hair, facial hair and muscle mass. Testosterone also continues to be a key hormone long… Read More
 

5 Simple Ways to Treat Acid Reflux at Home

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June 21, 2016

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, News

5 Simple Ways to Treat Acid Reflux at Home
No one wants to deal with acid reflux. Heartburn can be a painful disruption to a wonderful day relaxing at home. While there are several over-the-counter and prescription medications available, you may have some items in the house that can treat acid reflux symptoms. Below are some simple home remedies… Read More
 

Am I Lactose Intolerant? Here’s What You Need to Know

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June 10, 2016

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Lactose Intolerance, News

Am I Lactose Intolerant? Here’s What You Need to Know
Do you have issues with bloating or cramping when you eat milk or cheese? You could be among the millions of Americans living with lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance is a digestive disorder where people have a hard time breaking down lactose. While lactose intolerance is not a deadly condition, but… Read More
 

What Happens to Your Joints and Cartilage as You Get Older?

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May 26, 2016

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What Happens to Your Joints and Cartilage as You Get Older?
Aging is an inevitable part of life that we all have to face. As we age our bodies age with us, but what does this mean for your joints and cartilage? As we get older the effects of walking, exercising and physical activity during day to day life begin to… Read More
 

It’s Lupus Awareness Month! Got Any Purple to Wear?

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May 20, 2016

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Lupus, News

It’s Lupus Awareness Month! Got Any Purple to Wear?
Spring is in full swing and summer is just on the horizon! It’s a time to get out of the house and enjoy the warmer weather with friends and family. This is a significant time of year. For many, the month of May is significant for a different reason– it’s… Read More
 

Celebrate World Hypertension Day 2016 in Birmingham

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May 6, 2016

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Events at Achieve, High Blood Pressure, News

Celebrate World Hypertension Day 2016 in Birmingham
Do you have a reason to celebrate May 17th? Perhaps it’s your birthday or maybe a special occasion? Well, we have another reason to mark this day in your calendar, because it is World Hypertension Day 2016. For this momentous occasion, health organizations in 46 countries around the world intend… Read More
 
 
 

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