Potential $100 Reward; Volunteers Needed for Hydration Research Study

University of Arkansas' Exercise Science Research Center is looking for males and females to participate in a hydration study consisting of 24-hour hydration monitoring. If you are between the ages of 18-40 or over the age of 60 with no major medical illnesses, you will most likely qualify for the study. Participants for this study will get 1-2 entries into two $100 raffles.

For more information, contact Mackenzie Cale at macale@uark.edu.

This study is conducted under the direction of Matthew Ganio. The protocol has been approved by the University of Arkansas Institutional Review Board for human subjects in research.


Mackenzie Cale ,
Exercise Science Research Center
918-906-1165, macale@uark.edu

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