About The Study:
Cardiac health is crucial to overall wellness and is often impacted by factors such as obesity, high blood pressure, low HDL levels, and smoking. Despite the well-known benefits of diet and exercise in maintaining a healthy weight, achieving and maintaining weight loss can be challenging. While bariatric surgery may be an effective solution for some individuals with severe obesity, it also comes with a high risk of complications.
Our current study aims to investigate the potential impact of an investigational medication on potentially reducing the incidence of cardiovascular diseases in adults with obesity. If you have a history of high blood pressure, low HDL levels, heart attack, stroke, coronary artery disease, or are a current smoker and have tried multiple weight loss methods, you may be eligible to participate in our study.
Participants in our study will be required to make lifestyle changes through diet and exercise. Participants who qualify for the study may be reimbursed for time and travel. Study-related care and treatment will be provided at no cost, and health insurance is not required to participate.
- Ages 40+
- BMI >27
- No major medical changes in the last 4 weeks
- To qualify for this study is very complicated. Make sure you read the above section about the study.
- *Please note that other conditions may apply