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Healthy Volunteers Sought

The Mood & Anxiety Disorders Program, NIMH, is looking for healthy volunteers, not on medication, with no current or history of psychiatric illness, between the ages of 30 and 45, for a multitude of studies. These may include PET scans, MRI, psychological interview, neuropsychological testing, and other procedures depending on the project in which you choose to participate. A stipend is available. Call 1-866-627-6464 for more information.

Maternal Depression Study Recruits

Are you a mom with a young baby? Do you feel tired or irritated? Do you have trouble sleeping or just have the blues? If so, NIH needs your help in a study about maternal depression and child development. The study focuses on understanding how maternal moods are linked to maternal and infant behavior. Although this is not a treatment study, we will provide supportive resources to mothers who may need them. If you are between 20 and 45 years old, with an infant 4 months or younger, or if you are currently expecting a baby, call 1-888-667-3867 or email or visit to learn more about this study. All calls and emails are confidential. Seeking information about the study does not obligate you in any way to participate. You will be paid for participation.

Healthy Men, Women Needed

Healthy men and women, who regularly exercise, are needed for a study of the effects of exercise on physical fitness and mood. Men and women between the ages of 18-45, height-weight proportionate, with normal blood pressure and who are in good health are eligible. Volunteers will be compensated for three 2-hour visits to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. For more details, call Shannon Boyer at (301) 295-3263.

Computer Users with Arm Pain Needed

Full-time computer users with pain/symptoms in hands, arms or neck are needed for a study of methods for reducing upper extremity symptoms/disorders. Volunteers will complete an intervention program and online surveys, and may receive access to ergonomic and/or workshop programs for reducing symptoms. Not all participants will directly benefit from the study, but they will be paid for completing questionnaires. Call (301) 295-9660/9659 or email workstyle_study

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