With fall in full swing and the winter months coming, the common cold is starting to plague people everywhere. Although suffering from a cold is not fun by any means, there are common cold clinical research studies forming in Miami that will pay you to try new treatments.
Symptoms of the Common Cold
The common cold is just that; common. It’s a viral infection of your upper respiratory tract (nose and throat.) This type of virus is usually quite harmless; however, it can cause you to feel unwell for some time.
Children tend to be the most at-risk for the common cold, however, even perfectly healthy adults usually get at least two to three colds per year. People who are in good general health can expect to feel better within 7-10 business, but those days can feel particularly long due to the nagging symptoms which include:
- Runny and/or stuffy nose
- Sore throat
- Body aches
- Low-grade fever
- An overall feeling of unwell
Symptoms vary from person to person, as well as the severity. There are several treatment options available to help alleviate these symptoms, however, there is no cure for the common cold. More often than not, cold sufferers are told to just let their symptoms run their course.
How Common Cold Clinical Research Studies Work
Researchers in South Florida are studying ways to reduce symptoms as well as shorten the length of time that people are plagued with cold symptoms.
According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), common colds are the main reason for school absences in children and why adults miss work. Those who suffer from these viruses often don’t feel well enough to perform their daily tasks, so they’re forced to stay home and recuperate.
Common over the counter treatment methods aren’t sufficiently relieving symptoms as fast as people would like, so researchers are looking for a better way to treat and kill the viruses that cause the common cold, thus shortening the length of the illness.
The key to conducting common cold clinical research is to catch people when their symptoms first appear, so ideally within 40 hours of the onset of symptoms.
Researchers are beginning to look for qualified candidates to participate in a study that’s geared towards helping you get back on your feet quicker.
Get Paid When You Have the Common Cold
Unfortunately, the common cold is a part of life for now, but the good news is, you can get paid if you come down with it! If you’ve felt the tell-tale signs of a cold coming on over the last day or two, Miami Clinical Research could use your help.
By participating in a clinical research trial, you’re paving the way for modern medicine and advancements so that future generations, even your own, can reap the benefits of new medical technology.
All treatments are fully tested and verified before clinical trial patients are exposed to them. As a participant, you are not only contributing to the common good of people everywhere, you’re increasing your likelihood of recovering from your cold faster and getting paid, too!
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