Holiday Greeting Card from Accel

Holiday Greeting Card from Accel

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December 14, 2014

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Holiday Greeting Card from Accel
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! https://www.accordclinical.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Happy-Holidays-from-Accel-Research-Sites.mp4…
 

7 Causes of Constipation You Didn’t Know About

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December 10, 2014

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7 Causes of Constipation You Didn’t Know About
When it comes to constipation, there are many culprits which you might already be familiar with. It’s not a medical condition that people tend to talk about, but it is something that pretty much all of us have experienced on …
 

Could COPD Put You at Greater Risk for IBD?

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November 24, 2014

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Could COPD Put You at Greater Risk for IBD?
New research shows that a significant number of people living with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have been developing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The results have been published in the latest edition of the European Respiratory Journal. “These …
 

Diabetes Awareness: What Does It Really Mean?

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November 12, 2014

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Diabetes Awareness: What Does It Really Mean?
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, but what does this mean to most people in America. Many are “aware” of the disease and plenty probably even know someone living with diabetes. The sad truth is that since it’s something so …
 

Advanced Colorectal Neoplasia More Likely in White Males

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July 27, 2013

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Advanced Colorectal Neoplasia More Likely in White Males
According to a number of recent clinical studies, Caucasian men are much more likely to develop advanced colorectal neoplasia than African-American men. In a cross-sectional survey, the number of white males who had advanced colorectal neoplasia when screened was higher …
 
 
 
 

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