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Infant Bowel Movements

Infant Bowel Movements

A research study observing consistency of a baby’s stool, ages 0-24 months.

Urinary Problems

Urinary Problems

An interventional research study on the impacts of lycopene on urinary health in adult males over 40 years old.

Pre-hypertension

Pre-hypertension

A randomized research study on the impacts of rice vinegar on high blood pressure.

Preterm Birth

Preterm Birth

An observational research study on the psychological impacts of premature birth on parents.

Gastrointestinal Disorders in Babies

Gastrointestinal Disorders in Babies

An observational research study on the GI health in babies in Thailand.

Digestive Health

Digestive Health

A randomized research study measuring the impacts of fiber in healthy adults on digestive health.

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance

Comparison of proteins in cow’s milk and the impacts they have on digestive health.

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By participating in a research study, you can help advance the future of healthcare and technology.

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Who We are

ObvioHealth is devoted to our participants and value their contributions to research studies. We dare to dream where technology can take us to bring new therapies to market, making a difference in people’s lives. At ObvioHealth, we represent many years of clinical research experience working across all therapeutic areas. We take great pride in our work and look forward to changing the face of research studies.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical research study look like?

Research studies help determine whether new treatments are safe and effective. And research participants make it all possible.

Participants may receive specific interventions — which may be investigational medications, devices, or procedures — according to a research plan (referred to as a protocol) developed by the scientists and doctors involved in the research. Research studies may compare a new medical approach to a standard one that is already available, to a placebo that contains no active investigational medication, or to no intervention at all. These elements vary depending on the research study, and the research study team will discuss these in detail before you agree to participate. With participant safety top of mind, governing bodies have established rules to ensure that research studies are conducted in the most safe and ethical way possible to keep participants protected throughout.

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