Flu-Like Symptoms: What to Do

Are you feeling flu symptoms? As we get closer to winter, we enter prime time for the flu, COVID-19, RSV, and more. It is important to understand flu symptoms, what they mean, and what to do when they occur. Additionally, you can make extra cash this year by joining a clinical research study related to flu symptoms. Keep reading to learn more about flu symptoms and the Flu Symptoms Clinical Research Study in Canoga Park.

Understanding Flu Symptoms

Influenza (flu) can cause mild to severe illness and, at times, can lead to death. Flu symptoms usually come on suddenly. People who have flu often feel some or all of these symptoms:

  • Fever or feeling feverish/chills
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue (tiredness)
  • Some people may have vomiting and diarrhea, though this is more common in children than adults

It’s important to note that not everyone with flu will have a fever. In addition, flu symptoms can be mistaken for other illnesses. Many conditions can start off with flu-like symptoms, which many people brush off as being the flu, but can be something much more serious. This includes RSV, COVID, pneumonia, certain infections, and more.

What to Do If I Feel Flu Symptoms

If you are feeling flu symptoms, take these steps:

Joining the Flu Symptoms Clinical Research Study

As a participant in the Flu Symptoms Clinical Research Study in Canoga Park, you will receive:

  • Free health assessment and diagnosis
  • Complimentary study-related medicines
  • Complimentary consultation and health exam
  • Complimentary lab reports
  • Governed & monitored by a central ethics committee
  • FDA-governed
  • HIPAA-compliant
  • Full confidentiality
  • Meets all industry safety guidelines

All you have to do is reach out to us to let us know you want to join! We will conduct an initial screening call with you, invite you to our clinic to determine your eligibility, and invite you to join if you meet all the guidelines. This clinical research study is a phase 2 study, which means the Phase 1 study was very promising, and the FDA approved the study to move to Phase 2. Phase 1 study included human participants and saw limited adverse reaction issues.

For more information on our clinic or to learn about more clinical research studies that are seeking participants, visit us at clinicalresearchla.com!