Let’s get in a fight.
The best way to boost health and defeat disease is for everyday people like you to get in the research study ring and become a part of the fight to find cures, new treatments, and ways to be healthy.
Ways to Help Humanity
Track your walking with wearable sensors. It might help improve treatments for a movement disorder!
Ataxia is a rare movement disease. It attacks the part of the brain that helps you move around. Whether you have ataxia or not, join a health research study to wear sensors and special socks that track your walking. Learning more about how ataxia affects movement might lead to new treatments.
Let’s track your rare movement disorder - That information might help pave the way for better treatments one day!
A rare movement disease called ataxia attacks the part of your brain that you need to walk and move around. Join a health research study to track how the disorder changes your brain, body, and lifestyle. The info you share might help scientists create new treatments!
Does a rare movement disorder run in your family? Share your health info from home in just 30 minutes. It might help researchers learn more about the disease so they can treat it better
A movement disease called ataxia harms the part of your brain you need to walk. Sometimes errors in your genes cause it. These errors can be passed from parents to kids. Share a sample of your genes for this health research study. It might help doctors better diagnose and treat the condition.
Bye bye biopsy: Test a breast cancer screening that doesn’t hurt and might be more accurate
About 1.6 million U.S. women have their breasts tested for cancer every year with a biopsy. Team up to try a new way to find cancer using scans. It might pave the way for painless cancer detection so women can find and treat disease faster.
Try a pill that’s used to treat high cholesterol. It might help prevent heart disease, dementia, or disability!
Heart disease and dementia are two of the leading causes of death for older adults in the U.S. Try a pill that’s already used to treat high cholesterol. Let’s see if it helps prevent those diseases and age-related disability. It might pave the way for a pill to help people stay healthy as they age.
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Try eating and sleeping at different times. It might help researchers learn how to improve people's health!
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Diabetes is also a top cause of death. An out-of-whack internal clock might be to blame for developing these diseases. Try eating and sleeping at different times. It might help find the best times to eat and sleep to avoid disease as you age.
Could Better Diets Help Prevent Kidney Stones?
About one in 10 of us get kidney stones. The hard clumps of minerals and salt form in your kidneys. They can be super painful to pee out! Help study how what you eat may add to problem. It might help doctors prevent stones or keep them from coming back.
Does your child have asthma? Join a research program to test new ways to teach kids how to use their inhalers, without leaving your home.
Over 5.5 million kids have asthma. But many use their inhalers the wrong way, which makes it much harder to fight an asthma episode. Help test out a new app that teaches kids inhaler skills. You can even participate from home! It might help kids everywhere learn how to handle their asthma better.
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Take this survey or share it with Muslim friends or family. It might help make health care more culturally-sensitive to Muslim patients!
The U.S. Muslim population has gone up by about 50% in the last 10 years. Research shows that minorities get treated unfairly at hospitals. Share your hospital experience. It might pave the way to making health care better. Not Muslim but want to help? Share with friends or family who are Muslim! 5 VIPS have shown interest in this study I am interested!
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Try taking a vitamin D pill every day. It might help prevent COVID-19 or ease symptoms!
Millions of Americans have gotten COVID-19. Try taking a vitamin D pill every day for a year. It might help boost the immune system to help prevent people from getting sick or lessen their symptoms if they do get COVID-19! You can do all from home by mail!
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Are you at risk for breast cancer? Try getting two quick body scans a year. It might pave the way to better detect cancer.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. And the earlier you find it, the better you can treat it. If you’re at risk for breast cancer, try getting a quick body scan twice a year. You’ll help find out if these body scans might find breast cancer better than current methods.
Whether you have diabetes or not, join thousands of people helping solve the puzzle of how the disease is passed down through families. You can do this from home!
Nearly 27 million Americans have diabetes. Some kinds of diabetes are caused by your genetics. But doctors don't know which genes specifically. Whether you have diabetes or not, sharing your DNA might help them find out. This might pave the way for better, faster diagnoses and new treatments.
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Could taking a vitamin D pill prevent COVID-19 or ease symptoms? Participate in this health research study to help find out!
Millions of Americans have gotten COVID-19. The goal of this study is to determine whether three different dose levels of vitamin D can boost the immune system to prevent people from getting sick, or lessen the symptoms of they do.
Share info about your movement disorder to a national data bank. It might help doctors catch and treat the disease sooner
Ataxia is a rare disease that harms the part of your brain needed to walk. Share your health info with a national data bank and do some movement tests for this health research study. It might help reveal more about the disease's early stages. That way they might detect and treat it sooner.
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