Local health study looking for volunteers, ages 50-75

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - The Texas A&M Nutrition and Food Sciences department is offering a unique opportunity for volunteers to be a part of an ongoing health study.

The IonHealth Egg Study aims to look at the relationship between consuming eggs and cognitive performance.

The researchers need men and women ages 50 to 75 who are willing to eat eggs and play a game on a 3D television.

The study lasts 30 days, and you can start any time. Eggs and an activity tracker will be given to volunteers, who will be asked to eat and record their diet over the course of a month.

For more information on how to get involved, send an email to ionhealth@tamu.edu.