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Loyola Research Based Study for Black Women (Sign Up Today!)

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Loyola University Chicago  is conducting a race-based stress reduction program on well-being and inflammation in Black women at risk for heart or metabolic disease.
The purpose of this study is to learn whether the stress reduction program, called “Resilience, Stress, and Ethnicity” (RiSE) improves the body’s response to stress in African American women between the ages of 50 to 75 who have risk factors for heart or metabolic disease.
Please note: there are no drugs involved in this study, nor are there any changes to regular medical care for participants. Furthermore, participants can receive up to $400 in stipends.

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