Asthma & COVID

May is a peak time for those that suffer from asthma and allergies. With more than 60 million Americans suffering from asthma and allergies, May has been designated as Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Keeping these conditions in check is essential in everyday circumstances, but in the thick of COVID-19, the significance is critical. Asthma …

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Diabetes Type 2 – How Clinical Research Makes a Difference

For those that have Type 2 Diabetes, there are numerous treatment options available today to help manage and control blood sugars.  As with all medications, scientists have worked to find new, innovative treatment options that will improve the lives of those living with Type 2 Diabetes.  But there is really only one way to know …

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Alzheimer’s: The Staggering Statistics

Alzheimer’s: The Staggering Statistics Before any signs of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) becomes apparent, microscopic changes in the brain begin. Abnormal structures like plaques and tangles are the suspected cause of the damage that occurs. Alzheimer’s cannot be diagnosed with certainty until after death, though the current diagnostic tools we have can get us reasonably close. …

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Clinical Trials Explained

The Florida Institute for Clinical Research’s (FICR) mission is to improve the quality of life for children and adults around the world by bettering the healthcare industry. FICR accomplishes this mission every day by conducting clinical research studies to help develop new medical treatments, diagnostic tools and preventative methods for all kinds of medical conditions …

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