DON’T MISS THE HEALTH RESEARCH EVENT OF THE YEAR

The first annual Research Symposium, hosted by the Franklin Institute of Wellness Foundation, will be held Friday, May 17, 2019. This 4-hour event provides exclusive access to the latest findings and projects from the FIWF research team.

A suggested donation is requested with registration. Recommended amounts are available on the registration form, but donations as small as $5 are accepted. This valuable contribution helps support these research projects and future discoveries.  To register, choose a suggested donation or enter your customized donation amount in the form to the right. You can also register without a donation by sending your name and email to the FIWF team. Registration also includes access to a recording of the entire event.

The Research Symposium will stream LIVE from 10am-2pm central time. You can join one or more of the four total sessions, which last 45 minutes and begin every hour, on the hour. Each session will be recorded and available for viewing after the event. Registrants will receive a direct link to the replays within 1 week after the event.

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The annual research symposium is unlike anything else in natural health. In a span of only four hours, our team provides updates and findings from nearly a dozen clinical research studies–some of which have never been released to the public before.

Jessie Hawkins, PhD • Executive Director

CHOKEBERRIES & HEART HEALTH

Enjoy exclusive access to the findings of a recently commissioned meta-analysis on the effects of chokeberry (aronia) on cholesterol and blood pressure

BERGAMOT EO & ANXIETY

Discover how the effects of bergamot aromatherapy for anxiety change in different groups of people, including children and autism spectrum disorder

AROMATHERAPY FOR MORNING SICKNESS

Enjoy updates on the largest clinical trial to evaluate the effects of multiple essential oils on quality of life during the first trimester.

PREPUBERTAL GYNECOMASTIA

Discover how our team is evaluating the proposed link between lavender and tea tree essential oils and endocrine disruption related outcomes in children.