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In addition to being a leader in clinical trial registration, ZipTrials is also your go-to source for breaking medical news. Our editorial team is a trusted source for the most current health stories that are trending right now.

If you’re after the latest news coming out of clinical trials and medical research studies – ZipTrials has got you covered. Since our inception in 2011, ZipTrials has established strong relationships with a growing number of medical facilities. As a result, we’ve got our ear to the ground when it comes to trending health news.

Feel free to filter news articles by specific medical conditions, or simply view them chronologically. Either way, ZipTrials makes it easy to access and share the medical news stories that matter most to you. Our efforts include in-depth interviews with medical news-makers, as well as reports on current health trends affecting the United States and beyond.

Another perk is that our featured medical news is synced up to related clinical trials, making it that much easier to register for active research studies. Why register for a clinical trial? Doing so allows you to take an active role in your health care. It also gives you the opportunity to interact with some of the nation’s leading medical providers. What’s more is that you’ll be contributing to the vital research that plays such an important role in improved patient care. In addition, some medical facilities compensate their participants. This compensation can take many forms. For some, it may be complimentary medications or treatments. Others might compensate volunteers for their time and/or travel.

Sexy couple

More sleep equals more sex, at least for women

March 25, 2015
Curvy woman

The real reason men prefer curvier women might have to do with evolution

March 24, 2015
Surgery

First-ever penis transplant a success

March 16, 2015
Loneliness

Loneliness as threatening to life span as obesity

March 16, 2015
Selfie

Men more narcissistic than women, study finds

March 13, 2015
Service dogs

Trained dogs sniff out thyroid cancer with remarkable accuracy

March 9, 2015
Coffee

Many infants, toddlers in Boston drink coffee

March 8, 2015
Blue eyes

Procedure changes eye color from brown to blue

March 8, 2015
Stress test

Treadmill test predicts 10-year mortality risk

March 2, 2015
Anger, road rage

Anger appears to boost heart attack risk

March 2, 2015
Smoking

Quitting smoking may impede early detection of lung cancer

February 26, 2015
Syringe

One-off syringes may slow the spread of infectious diseases

February 23, 2015
Soda

Common soda ingredient linked to cancer risk

February 20, 2015
Older couple

Frequency of sex picks up after 50th wedding anniversary

February 18, 2015
Photo credit: Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

New telescopic contact lens in the works for AMD

February 17, 2015
Good night's sleep

Napping may reverse the effects of pulling all-nighters

February 12, 2015
Meditation

Meditation appears to stall age-related brain changes

February 10, 2015
Financial stress

Many Americans are stressed out about money

February 9, 2015