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Vol. LXIII, No. 10
May 13, 2011

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Women’s Health Studies Seek Healthy Volunteers

Healthy women ages 18-65 are invited to participate in outpatient research studies. Compensation is provided. Call (301) 496-9576 and refer to protocols 81-M-0126, 88-M-0131 and 03-M-0138.

Heat Tolerance Test Study

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is conducting a study to explore the effects of caffeine, heat and exercise on muscles in healthy Caucasian men and women between the ages of 18 and 45. Volunteers may be compensated for their participation. If interested, phone (301) 295-1371 or email

Midlife & Menopause Research Studies

Women ages 40-65 who struggle with irritability, anxiety, sadness or loss of enjoyment at the time of the menopause transition are invited to participate in outpatient research studies. There is no cost for participation. Compensation may be provided. Phone (301) 496-9576 and refer to study 88-M-0131.

Study of Neck Pain

Are you a healthy individual with neck pain for 3 months or less? If you are between the ages of 18 and 65, you may be able to participate in a neck pain study and receive a comprehensive cervical musculoskeletal examination. Healthy volunteers are also needed. Email or call (301) 451-7514. Refer to study 02-CC-0245.

Smokers Needed for Study

The Molecular Imaging Branch, NIMH, is looking for healthy volunteers who smoke, with no current or history of psychiatric illness, between the ages of 18 and 65, for a multitude of studies. Studies may include PET scans, MRI, psychological interview, neuropsychological testing and other procedures depending on the project in which you choose to participate. Call (301) 435-8982 for more information.

Study for Mothers of 4- and 5-Year-Olds

Are you a mother of a 4- or 5-year-old? You may be able to participate in the Mothers’ TAKE study, which stands for Mothers’ Thoughts About what their Kids Eat. Participants will fill out an online survey and complete one 90-minute in-person session at NIH. Your child will not need to participate. Compensation is provided. Call (301) 451-1268 or email Refer to study 10-HG-0076.

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