Clinical Research

Tips on Coping with Daylight Saving

Daylight saving was established in the United States in 1918 to save energy and experience more daylight during waking hours. Today, it has become more controversial as it no longer saves energy, potentially detrimentally impacts health and productivity, and some states, including Arizona, already do not observe the tradition (Blakemore, 2018). Adjusting to daylight saving […]

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Mar 25, 2019
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An Introduction to the Clinical Trials Database

The National Registry of all clinical trials, which is referred to as clinicaltrials.gov, is meant to provide the public with information regarding all clinical research studies that are being regulated by the  Food and Drug administration (FDA). Since the general purpose of all clinical trials is to get a treatment or device approved by the […]

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Feb 19, 2019
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Making Clinical Research Easier to Understand

Welcome to The Clinical Chronicler; Making Clinical Research Easier to Understand! There’s something intimidating about the world of Clinical Research — especially if you are looking to participate in a research study! The world of Clinical Research seems to move at a breakneck pace, and it can be confusing keeping up with current studies, research […]

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Sep 10, 2018
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