Research Study Evaluating Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
The US EPA is conducting a research study to examine the efficacy of fish oil and olive oil in altering cardiovascular and pulmonary functions after exposure to ozone in healthy adults ages 18-35. Exams such as breathing tests, blood pressure, heart rate tests, retinal imaging and brachial artery ultrasound will be performed in addition to breathing clean filtered air with carefully controlled amounts of pollutants in an exposure chamber over a 3-day Session. Payment will be given for screening, study, and out of town travel. If you complete all visits and procedures, you will be paid $1675.
If interested, please contact us by phone at 919-966-0604 with the following information:
Keyword: OMEGOZ Name E-mail address Phone number Best time to be contacted www.epastudies.org The EPA Human Studies Facility is located on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus