NIS Labs is looking for healthy adults, between the ages of 18 – 75.This is a 2-week study examining the effects of a nutritional supplement on immune modulation. On each of two clinic days, participants will rest quietly for 1 hour prior to the first blood draw. They will consume […]
NIS Labs is looking for men and women: Who experience anxiety: at least three times a week Ages 18 – 75 BMI between 18 and 34.9 to participate in an 8-week clinical study on intermittent anxiety. This study requires participants to: identify 1 – 4 causes of stress/anxiety consume a […]
NIS Labs is looking for local women and men – ages 18-65, with a BMI between 18-34.9 – to participate in a clinical study on hydration. Participants must have a history of chronic or moderate dehydration. The study requires participants to drink one of two different waters daily for 5 weeks. […]
Study Recruitment NIS Labs is looking for women and men – ages 30-75, BMI 20-35 – to participate in a clinical study. Participants must be experiencing chronic pain in one or more anatomical areas for at least the past 6 months. The study requires participants to consume a nutritional product […]
Study Recruitment NIS Labs is looking for healthy women and men – ages 20-75, BMI below 35 – to participate in a clinical study assessing the effects of a nutraceutical blend on stem cell activity. The study requires participants to make 4 visits to NIS Labs one week apart. Each […]
By Sean Moloughney With increased regulatory oversight, it is paramount that companies invest in sound science. Recognizing the potential return on investing in research, and the potential cost of lacking clinical validation for products, more nutraceutical companies are partnering with contract research organizations (CROs) to prove new concepts, substantiate existing […]
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