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CURRENTLY RECRUITING: Essential Oils for Morning Sickness

The Franklin School of Health Sciences’ research team is conducting a clinical trial on the use of essential oils for nausea, vomiting, and overall quality of life among women in early pregnancy. THE STUDY “THE EFFECTS OF AROMATHERAPY ON MORNING SICKNESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN EARLY PREGNANCY“ PARTICIPANTS: NOW RECRUITING We are now recruiting for a research study on aromatherapy in early

CURRENTLY RECRUITING: Essential Oils for Anxiety in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Essential oils are frequently used to address symptoms associated with an autism spectrum disorder but essential oils for autism have yet to be fully evaluated for efficacy. There is little in the scientific literature to indicate which oils are suitable and what effects can be achieved. To evaluate the effects of essential oils on anxiety scores for children with autism spectrum disorders, the