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It's Coming...You Know It Is...Every Year...Flu Season!
Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Imagine no missed work. Imagine no trips to the  doctor’s office or  emergency room. Imagine no school closings due to illness....

Flu Vaccine Research Study

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone over 6 months old get a FLU SHOT every fall.  Why, you ask?
  • Each year 20,000 children are hospitalized due to flu complications
  • During the 2014 flu season, more than 100 flu-related pediatric deaths were reported
  • Children with chronic health problems, such as asthma, are at higher risk for complications
  • Other high-risk groups include adults over 65 and pregnant women
  • Influenza is responsible for some of the worst disease outbreaks in US history
Sterling Research will be conducting a flu vaccine research study in September; if interested, please contact us at 513-621-5112.  Space is limited.

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Gout Increasingly Common Among Americans
Friday, September 8, 2017

Gout is a type of arthritis with both acute and chronic features. The problem is caused by too much uric acid in your blood stream. An acute flare occurs when the excess uric acid forms into crystals which deposit in a joint like your wrist, knee, ankle or most commonly the big toe.


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