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Morbid Obesity – Guide 101

Jul 15, 2024

Gaining one or two pounds is something that you can shred easily and does not require medical intervention. However, when it comes to morbid obesity is a severe medical condition that is characterized by an excessive buildup of body fat. In this condition, the body fat is significantly high, and the BMI (Body Mass Index) […]

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Top 10 Triggers of Migraine Headaches

Jun 30, 2024

We understand how that throbbing pain that just seems to affect one side of your head puts quite a damper on your day. While the exact cause of migraines is still under research, learning about migraine triggers can help a great deal in understanding the condition better and management. Let’s get into more details. 10 […]

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What Are The Common Causes Of Migraines In A Teenager?

Jun 15, 2024

A migraine attack in teenagers can be a complex issue, often caused by a combination of factors. Usually, genetics play a significant role, and a family history of migraines increases the risk. Let’s take a look at this reason and others in detail. Genetic Predisposition Migraines are strongly driven by genes. If one of your […]

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Why We All Matter in Medical Research

Dec 5, 2023

Medical research helps create new medicines and treatments that make us feel better. But did you know that everyone, no matter our backgrounds, is important to include when making sure medicines work for all of us? Imagine medical research as a superhero. It’s the one making sure new medicines are safe and work well before […]

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Pioneering Hope: How Clinical Trials are Revolutionizing Lupus Treatment

Oct 25, 2023

Living with lupus can be challenging, but there is hope on the horizon. Thanks to the incredible progress of clinical trials, lupus patients now have access to more effective treatment options and improved quality of life. Let’s explore how clinical trials have played a pivotal role in advancing lupus treatments and what this means for […]

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Advancing the Fight Against Knee Arthritis: The Benefits of Clinical Trials and Promising Investigational Drugs

Sep 12, 2023

Knee arthritis is a debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide, causing pain, reduced mobility, and a decreased quality of life. While there are various treatments available, researchers are continually striving to find more effective and innovative solutions. Clinical trials play a crucial role in this pursuit, providing a platform for testing new therapies […]

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Lack of Endometriosis Research: Basics and Diagnosis Issues

May 9, 2023

There are several areas of the medical world that simply have not seen enough research to improve their outcomes, and sadly several of these are found within the realm of women’s reproductive health. A good example here is endometriosis, which can impact up to 10% of all women in reproductive ages – but which has […]

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Obesity in America: Approaches to Combat It

Apr 11, 2023

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the negative trends that are increasingly showing up as a result of obesity in the USA. Sadly, obesity in America has led to issues like lower life expectancy, higher healthcare costs and more – but efforts are also constantly being made to […]

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Obesity in America: Negative Trends it Contributes To

Mar 14, 2023

As many people are well aware, rates of obesity in America – already higher than most other parts of the world – have only continued to grow in recent years. Especially for older people, those who are obese face several heightened risks compared to others, and these risks only continue to heighten. At AGA Clinical […]

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Role of Clinical Researchers in Medical Trials

Feb 14, 2023

There are several entities who may play important roles in carrying out a clinical research trial, and actual researchers themselves will always be on this list. Clinical researchers are responsible for several important parts of the trial process, from setup to conclusion. and knowing what they do and how they can help is often valuable […]

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