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New Hope Clinical Research
Research Clinic Serving Charlotte, NC
Research Clinic Serving Charlotte, NC
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6 Sure Ways to Reduce Your Wait Time for a Doctor's Appointment
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No one likes waiting in a waiting room to be seen by the doctor. But, sometimes that's the case. Here are six ways you can make sure your wait time to see the doctor is in your hands.

#PatientAwareness #doctorappointments #waittimes #doctips #CharlotteNC
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What Are Risk Factors for PTSD?
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Post-traumatic stress disorder, commonly known as PTSD, can occur after a traumatic situation. This includes combat duty, a physical or sexual assault, death of a loved one, a severe accident, gun violence, and much more. However, not everyone who experiences such an event will experience PTSD. Certain factors increase the risk of developing this disorder, including having little (or no) social support post-event, a history of mental illness or substance abuse, childhood trauma, and feeling extreme helplessness, fear, or horror. The support of loved ones, a therapy group, or trained professional is essential in lowering the risk of PTSD and coping with the aftermath of trauma.

#PTSD #mentalhealth #charlotteNC
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Why Do Clinical Trials Have Phases?
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The goal of a clinical trial is to determine if new medical treatment is safe and effective, and each trial is split into different phases to achieve that goal best. Phase 0 starts with a tiny group and a small dose of medication before moving into Phase 1, with expands to include perhaps 20 to 80 people that have no underlying health concerns. About 70% of medications move on to phase 2, where several hundred participants who have the condition that the drug is attempting to treat are studied. Phase 3, unsurprisingly, moves on to test the medication or treatment in thousands of people, sometimes throughout several years. Phase 4 is what happens when the FDA approves the medication, and can also take several years to get an even more in-depth understanding of the long-term safety, benefits, and effectiveness.

#clinicaltrialphases #clinicalresearch #medicalresearch #earlyphasestudies #charlotteNC
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It's always good to remember that prevention is better than cure. Screenings and regular check-ups have been proven to increase life expectancy, especially among people between 30 to 49 years old. It's highly beneficial to spread awareness and start young and early; check this list to see what you can do!
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#PatientAwareness #Screening #CheckUps #HealthTips #CharlotteNC
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Finding New Hope for Cardiovascular Disease
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At New Hope Clinical Research, we team up with the cutting-edge innovators in cardiovascular research to find new, effective treatments. After all, one out of every four deaths in the United States each year is caused by cardiovascular disease. Our team conducts clinical trials to envision a new future with better treatment options that prevent cardiovascular disease and saves lives. Our trials are conducted in our beautiful, state-of-the-art facility in Charlotte, NC, where every participant receives a comfortable room with views of wildlife, memory-foam mattresses, recreation and entertainment activities, and an overall stress-free environment. Interested in participating? Call the clinic at 980-228-9616 or book an appointment with our online scheduler!

#cardiovasculardisease #hearthealth #clinicaltrials #clinicalresearch #charlotteNC

New Hope Clinical Research conducts clinical trials to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of newly developed drugs. They're located in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they study investigational medications to treat a variety of health conditions. If you're interested in learning more, call the clinic at 980-228-9616 or book an appointment online!
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Why Clinical Trials Are So Important
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The image of a clinical trial as a scary lab experiment couldn't be farther from the real truth. First and foremost, participants in clinical trials play an essential role in saving lives, and sometimes even being able to get life-saving help to others. Your health is a top priority during these trials, and there are strict standards and protocol in place to ensure this. Every single medication or procedure needs the help of participants to see the light of day in the market, including even simple over-the-counter medications. The future of medicine and the health of our society depends on clinical trials and the participants who make them possible!

#clinicaltrials #healthfacts #clinicalresearch #earlyphasestudies #charlotteNC
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Self-love is about focusing on self-worth and learning to have a positive attitude towards yourself. Take some time to discover your needs, wants, and wishes. It’s important to understand how to take care of yourself to benefit our overall well-being. Reward yourself, prioritize yourself and love yourself!

#SelfLoveMonth #LoveYourself #SelfCareTips
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What Are Symptoms of Teen Depression?
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If you're the parent of a teenager, it can be hard to differentiate between typical teen angst and depression. However, it's essential to be vigilant about changes in your teen's mood that might indicate depression. Common emotional indicators include feeling sad and low, losing interest in formerly enjoyable activities, or persistent irritability. Physical symptoms include an increase or decrease in appetite, changes in sleeping patterns, loss of energy, or difficulty focusing. If these symptoms last for sustained periods (two weeks or more), it's essential to talk to your teenager about how they're feeling and get professional help for them to restore their sense of joy, confidence, and happiness.

#depression #mentalhealth #charlotteNC
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Clinical Research Innovation in Charlotte, NC
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There are two troubling trends in today's clinical research: higher costs and longer study times. At New Hope Clinical Research, our innovative team believes in a bold and different approach, one that reduces development timelines and costs, improves safety-related decision-making, and develops successful new products that are held to a higher standard in Phase 0 & 1 clinical trials. We offer a 14,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility designed for the utmost comfort of our study participants, and also provide our sponsors with real-time data that dramatically expedites the process.

#innovation #clinicaltrials #earlyphasestudies #clinicalresearch #charlotteNC

New Hope Clinical Research conducts clinical trials to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of newly developed drugs. They're located in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they study investigational medications to treat a variety of health conditions. If you're interested in learning more, call the clinic at 980-228-9616 or book an appointment online!
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Bipolar Disorder: A New Future of Treatment
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Bipolar disorder causes severe mood swings and changes in energy levels that can have a negative impact on a person's quality of life. At New Hope Clinical Research, our team of researchers is dedicated to paving a better future for those who have bipolar disorder. We are conducting ongoing clinical trials to test the efficacy of new medications that will better help those with bipolar disorder manage their mood swings and feel in control of their lives again.

#bipolardisorder #mentalhealth #clinicaltrials #clinicalresearch #charlotteNC

New Hope Clinical Research conducts clinical trials to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of newly developed drugs. They're located in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they study investigational medications to treat a variety of health conditions. If you're interested in learning more, call the clinic at 980-228-9616 or book an appointment online!
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