Alzheimer’s Clinical Research Studies Offer People The Opportunity To Try New Approaches To The Treatment Of Alzheimer’s Disease That Are Not Yet Available To The General Public

As written previously, there is currently no FDA approved treatment that can reverse, arrest or even slow the damage and destruction of brain cells and their connections that is caused by Alzheimer’s disease.  While there are drugs approved by the FDA to treat Alzheimer’s disease, these drugs can only provide limited and relatively short-lived symptomatic […]

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Weighing the Potential Pros and Cons of Participating in a Clinical Research Trial.

One of the advantages of living in a large metropolitan area such as New York City is that there are many more options in terms of things to do and experience that are not as readily available to people who live outside such areas.   This is particularly true when it comes to access to cutting […]

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Memory Loss Research Studies New York City

The approaches to research targeting memory loss due to Alzheimer’s disease have evolved considerably over the years. For the most part, the patient population tends to be people who exhibit clear signs of significant memory loss.  While a number of important drugs have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that are able […]

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Is It Major Depressive Disorder or Bipolar 1 Disorder?

To the person who finds him/herself in the throws of a bout of depression, it matters little whether the depression meets the criteria consistent with a diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder or the depressed phase of a very different psychiatric disorder known as Bipolar Disorder. However, the distinction is important, particularly with respect to the […]

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Depression Research Studies Brooklyn

Major Depressive Disorder is one of the most common mental disorders suffered by people within the United States.  According to the 2015 National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), approximately 16.1 million adults 18 years of age and older experienced at least one […]

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Schizophrenia Research Studies Brooklyn

Schizophrenia is an extremely common and complex psychiatric condition that can express itself in a myriad of ways.  Understanding the contributing/predisposing factors – both internal and external –for why people develop schizophrenia, when it can appear and/or reappear, and how it can best be managed remains one of the more challenging endeavors within the behavioral […]

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Coping with Joint Pain Due To Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is an extremely common degenerative joint disease that affects millions of mainly middle aged and elderly people worldwide.   SPRI Clinical Trials, a highly respected medical research facility located in Brooklyn, NY, is currently involved in a Joint Pain Research Study Brooklyn and looking for volunteers in search of potential relief from this often times […]

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Post Holiday Depression

The holiday season has passed, but the memories linger.  For many, the memories are warm and positive, giving us strength and resolve to embrace the new year and form positive strategies to enable us to continue to persevere and improve our outlook and quality of life. However, for those particularly vulnerable people with a history […]

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Headache Research Studies New York City

Migraine headaches can be extremely painful and debilitating – resulting in lost days of work and overall decreased quality of life.  The most common symptoms of a migraine headache include throbbing, pulsating pain to one or both sides of the head, blurred vision, sensitivity to bright lights and/or loud sounds and nausea/vomiting.  At times, a […]

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Health Watch 2017

Congratulations!  You’ve made it through 2016 with all of its up and downs, trials and tribulations, successes and failures.So, how will you usher in the New Year?   Doing much the same as you did in 2016, or will you take the bull by the horns, and make some needed changes? Ahhh… shades of resolutions.  Those […]

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