Holiday Greeting Card

Santa Claus commencing his journey on Christmas Eve

Happy Holidays from everyone at the Accel family of Research Sites, we wish you and your family a very warm and festive holiday season this year. May it be filled with many joyous new experiences and memories!

Holiday Donations at Avail Clinical Research

Employees donating gifts during the holidays

The holidays are here again and it is one of our favorite times of the year at Avail Clinical Research! Getting a gift can feel really great, but it can feel that much better to give to those in need during the holidays. One initiative that really has our medical […]

Do You Know What IBD Awareness Week Stands For?

Young beautiful woman is having stomach ache.

Did you know that the first week of December is IBD Awareness Week? This event is also known as Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week, but it’s not something that many people talk about, unless they or someone they are close to is living with one of these chronic conditions. There are still […]

New Research Says Running Really is Good for Your Knees!

Girl running and lowering her risk for osteoarthritis

Previous research had suggested that regular running could increase someone’s risk of developing osteoarthritis due to long-term stress on the knees. This had been met with understandably conflicted feedback, but now a new study has provided evidence to the contrary. In fact, it seems that engaging in running on a […]

Start Your Day with this Diabetes-Friendly Breakfast Plan

A Breakfast that is Optimized for Diabetes

We are now more than a week into National Diabetes Month, and honestly we’ve had a hard time trying to decide what we wanted to write about. If you are unfamiliar with this awareness event, then we highly recommend checking out our post from a year ago. You know the […]

This Device Uses Sounds to Detect Knee Osteoarthritis

Doctors Testing New Device for Knee Osteoarthritis

The phrase “listen to your body” is a favorite of many in the healthcare industry from doctors to personal trainers. This phrase has meant a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but it could now mean a whole lot more to people with knee pain. A […]

These Tried and Tested Remedies can Kick a Cold’s Butt

There’s no doubt about it, this year’s cold season has officially arrived. This means that the chances of you or one of your colleagues coming down with a cold will be quite high for the next couple months. Everyone reading this knows just how dreary it can be to drag […]

Have Harvard Scientists Discovered a Cure for Diabetes?

Harvard Scientists Using Stem Cells to Cure Diabetes

As incredible as it sounds, a cure for diabetes may be on the very near horizon following a stunning scientific breakthrough. Scientists have finally figured out a viable method of producing vast quantities of insulin-producing cells. Healthcare experts claim that this discovery could be as significant as the advent of […]

Groundbreaking Device Uses Osmotic Technology to Treat Sinusitis

Anyone who has a history of sinus problems should take note of the Vent-Os™ Sinus Dilation System. It’s a small, self-expanding device that utilizes minimal pressure to relieve the symptoms of sinusitis, and it’s inserted with a simple procedure. Clinical tests have shown that the revolutionary device successfully unblocks the sinus […]

What’s the Best Way to Prevent Meningitis?

The infection that we call meningitis causes inflammation in the membranes surrounding the spinal cord and brain. Meningitis can be caused by a virus, bacteria or even fungi. Once the infection starts, it can spread quite quickly producing symptoms such as severe headaches and chronic stiffness in the neck and […]

How Much Do You Know About the Common Cold?

Woman Showing Signs of Common Cold

It’s getting into that time of year again when the sounds of sneezing, coughing and sniffles are filling more rooms across the country. We all are more than familiar with the dreaded early signs of the common cold, but how much do you actually know about this infection? Have you […]

What Does the Future Pacemaker Look Like?

New Pacemaker Technology Developed in Florida

You might wonder how a metallic piece of technology, no bigger than the vitamins one might take every day, could be the key to saving a man’s life. Then again, we live in an age where nanotechnology is looming on the not-too-distant horizon. This small piece of metal is actually […]

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