Today (7th of April) is the World Health Day. This year the World Health Organisation (WHO) dedicated the day to mental health and depression in particular, which is the ground for most of the mental illnesses. Depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. It impacts people’s ability to carry out even the simplest…

The 7th of April is the World Health Day which is dedicated to depression this year. Our platform is providing information about clinical trials for many different conditions, but depression is one that accompanies many of them. We at FindMeCure decided to raise awareness and talk about it lauder and openly. Together with you. No inconvenience. No shame. No reticence. Send us…

The total number of people living with depression in the world is devastating. Over 322 million people around the globe are affected by the condition. Meanwhile, depression is among the top 20 leading causes of death taking that over 1.5% of the people with depression attempt suicide. This is the latest data announced by the World Health Organization which dedicated…

Minorities participation in clinical trials is disproportionately low compared to their numbers in the general population of the US, even though a 1993 law requires that medical research paid for by the National Institutes of Health include a proportionate number of minorities and women to check whether they respond to treatment differently than other groups. However, the trials not paid…

On the 8th of March, International Women’s Day, it’s especially important to talk about women’s health and certain conditions and factors concerning their quality of life. One such condition is Endometriosis. Endometriosis is the formation and growth of endometrium tissue, which lines the inside of the uterus, outside of it. The exact number of affected women is unknown, partly due…

The Pill for men is not a new idea, as some methods of birth control for men have been researched as early as the 70s[1].  The only way for those methods to become more popular is starting clinical trials to test their safety and efficacy. Yet, clinical trials testing male contraception are not so common (check the available clinical trials…

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