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Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experiences to Overweight and Obesity

The purpose of this study is to determine if there is an association between a variety of adverse childhood experiences and overweight and obesity. The adverse childhood experiences that will be examined include childhood abuse (physical, emotional, sexual), childhood neglect (physical, emotional), and household dysfunction (domestic violence, parental marital discord, and household members with a history of substance abuse, mental illness, and criminal behavior). Because th...


The First 1,000 Days Program: Maternal-Child Obesity Prevention in Early Life

The First 1000 Days (conception to age 2) is a crucial period for the development and prevention of obesity and its adverse consequences in mother-child pairs and their families. The overall aim of the First 1000 Days program is to work across early-life systems to prevent obesity, promote healthy routines and behaviors, address social determinants of health, and reduce health disparities among vulnerable children and families at the MGH Chelsea and Revere HealthCare Centers, a...

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Improving Parent-Child Interactions to Enhance Child Health

Childhood obesity is a formidable public health issue in the United States, disproportionately affecting children from lower socioeconomic status households. Onset of obesity predicts cardiometabolic risks and other health problems in adolescence and into adulthood; thus, effective and early prevention is critical. Healthy parenting may play a pivotal role in preventing early childhood obesity. Warm, responsive, and consistent parenting is associated with the development of chi...


Multidisciplinary Ambulatory Intervention Program in Family of Children and Adolescents With Obesity

Obesity has become a pandemic, and it is today’s principal neglected public health problem. Obesity has increased dramatically during the past two decades At adolescence, it is an aggravating issue, because obesity tends to persist in adulthood and the longer its duration, the higher the associated mortality and morbidity. Obesity imposes a heavy health and social burden, and it is widely recognized that treatment is costly. If obesity is not successfully addressed by late a...

Starting Early Obesity Prevention Program

The proposed study is a randomized controlled trial to test the effectiveness of a primary care, family-centered child obesity prevention program beginning in pregnancy and continuing throughout the first three years of life compared to routine standard of care. The study aims to reduce the prevalence of obesity at age three, improve child diet composition and healthy lifestyle behaviors. Pregnant women will be enrolled from a large urban medical center serving primarily low-in...

Family Experiences After International Adoption

The purpose of this study is to determine the types of experiences faced by families in France who have adopted a child internationally. In addition, internationally adopted adolescents are invited to respond to questions about their own personal experiences.

Families on Track: A Digital Health Behavioral Intervention for Parents Seeking Treatment for Their Child With Obesity

Current models of outpatient childhood obesity treatment focus on the child's health habits, with limited efficacy. In part, this may be because childhood obesity is highly sensitive to parental lifestyle habits, who are often not a direct target of child obesity interventions. This study aims to target weight loss among overweight parents of 2-16 year old children with obesity enrolled in the Duke Healthy Lifestyles Program (HL) in order to augment child body mass index reduct...

Soft Tissue and Bone Development in Young Girls

Obesity during adolescence, a critical time for bone development, may impair mineral accrual and reduce bone strength, leading to greater fracture risk during adolescence and later in life. This study seeks to determine the effect of obesity and accompanying metabolic changes (insulin resistance and inflammation) on bone mineral accrual and related changes in structure and strength in young girls. The information is critical to developing effective prevention strategies to coun...

Training Interventions and Genetics of Exercise Response (TIGER)

Obesity established in adolescence strongly predicts obesity for the remainder of adult life, and the consequences are potentially devastating, characterized by a lifelong burden of co-morbid conditions and depression. This study will provide an exposure to physical activity that is designed to teach and empower sedentary college age individuals to become physically active. The investigators will evaluate whether such exposure can result in lasting changes in exercise behavio...

Translational Investigation of Growth and Everyday Routines in Kids

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of severe obesity on physical activity, sedentary behavior and cardiometabolic risk factors during childhood and adolescence and whether these associations are modified by race. Additionally, the study will investigate the contributions of (total, regional, and depot-specific) fat accumulation on changes in physical activity, sedentary behavior, and cardiometabolic risk factors during childhood and adolescence.

CenteringParenting Clinical Intervention on Kindergarten Readiness in Early Childhood

Disparities in health begin in early childhood. Early life experiences influence brain development and have significant implications on future health and developmental outcomes. Low-income children are at greater risk of developmental delays in large part due to a lack of an enriched environment. Disparities in early childhood development increase risk for stunted academic achievement throughout the life course. Primary care is a universal exposure in early childhood and theref...

Approaches That Support Mental Health in Post-secondary Students With Adverse Childhood Experiences

The objective of this study is to understand the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) in students and to determine whether Mindfulness based stress resilience training (MBSR) is effective for promoting mental health in students with high ACE scores (>3). A double-blind randomized control study will examine the efficacy of MBSR in promoting positive change in measures of hope, rumination, forgiveness and stress.

Neuro-cognitive Impact of Juvenile Obesity

Recent studies indicate that obese teenagers exhibit memory disturbances. Adolescence represents a crucial period in the development of the hippocampus and the amygdala, necessary for the implementation of memory and emotional functions for the rest of life. Disturbances of the interaction between amygdala and hippocampus during adolescence have been associated with the development of neuropsychiatric disorders. However, the impact of juvenile obesity on functional amygdala-hip...

Improving Childhood Obesity-Related Behavior Change Through Better Risk Communication

One-third of American children are overweight or obese, leading to an increased risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD), early mortality, and other risks throughout their lifespan relative to normal weight children. In our pilot work, we found that 67-83% of parents underestimate a child's long-term risk of developing cardiovascular disease in adulthood and that parents thought their own child's risks were 13-15% lower than those of a typical child in their community, even contro...

Vaasa Childhood Obesity Primary Prevention Study

This study aims to prevent childhood obesity. The recruited intervention group is pregnant mothers who are at risk to get gestational diabetes. Lifestyle intervention (nutritional and physical activity) begins during pregnancy in maternity clinics and continues in child wellfare clinics until the child is 5 years of age.

Study of Children at Risk for Disruptive Behavior Disorders

A conduct disorder is characterized by repetitive and persistent patterns of behavior where the basic rights of others and rules are violated. This study investigates characteristics of children and their surroundings (environments) that place them at risk for the development of disruptive behavior disorders and associated disorders of anxiety and mood. Children ages 4 - 5 with moderate (subclinical) and severe (clinical) rates of misconduct during the preschool period are co...

Psychological Distress Experience

While there is currently some study on the motivations and experiences of patients integrating early phase clinical trials, to our knowledge, no study has explored the future of patients coming out of these trials. It is therefore urgent to better understand the feelings and experiences of patients who discontinue their treatment in a clinical trial of early phase (EP) to provide them with tailored and personalized support. In addition, the end of treatment may have a different...

Effectiveness of the Husky Reads Program to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Preference and Food Group Identification in Preschool Children

Since 1998, UCONN undergraduate students have volunteered as part of a service- learning course to deliver a program called Husky Reads. Inspired by the nationally accepted American Academy of Pediatrics' program "Reach Out and Read," Husky Reads was first designed for promotion of health, nutrition habits and literacy by reading health-oriented books to young children in pediatric and health clinics. The Husky Reads curriculum now includes a series of 10 lessons designed to in...

Treatment of Overweight in Children on Distance

The present study is a public health project with the aim to treat overweight in children 9-11 years of age. After the first consultation the children are randomized to either continue the treatment at The Child Obesity Clinic, Child Department or to have the following 2-3 consultations on distance with Lync. Last visit for all children is on the Child Obesity Clinic after approximately 12 months. Follow up after at least 1 years will be performed.

Bone Health of Obese Adolescents During Weight Loss

The long-term goal of this proposal is to understand the impact of obesity and obesity treatment on bone health during adolescence and how to preserve it. The recent pediatric obesity epidemic raises important clinical and public health questions about the effects of childhood-onset obesity and its treatment on bone health. Osteoporotic fractures are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the aged, and peak bone mass (PBM), achieved shortly after puberty, is a key determin...

Rheumatoid Arthritis DMARD Intervention and UtilizationStudy

To systematically collect and document use patterns, effectiveness and safety of DMARD treatments currently used in the management of rheumatoid arthritis. The primary purpose of this study is to estimate the incidence of serious adverse experiences and adverse experiences of interest in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treated with ENBREL®.

Project EAT: Eating and Attitudes in Teens

Research suggests there is a connection between mood and weight. People who feel stressed or depressed are more likely to be overweight than people who don't have these feelings. Some individuals turn to food to cope, which can lead to gaining too much weight over time. Adolescence is an important time to understand these connections. Patterns of handling stress learned during adolescence set the stage for stress management in adulthood. This study is a randomized controlled pi...

Preventing Childhood Obesity Through a Mindfulness-Based Parent Stress Intervention

This study will examine the mediator/moderator variables of family composition, food insecurity, adversity and emotion regulation for effects on parent stress, parenting, health behaviors and child obesity risk.

Surgery in Early Life and Child Development at School-entry: A Population-based Study

The central hypothesis is that surgery and anesthesia exposure in children with immature structural and functional brain development has long-term adverse effects on child development at school-entry compared with children not exposed to anesthesia. The secondary hypothesis is that frequency of surgery and anesthesia exposure in children with immature structural and functional brain development has a dose-dependent association with worsened child development outcomes at school...

Obesity Prevention in Head Start

Family style dining is a widely-advocated approach by which to feed children in early education settings. While family-style dining is hypothesized to allow children to attend to their hunger and satiety and consume only the amount of food they need to meet their energy needs, children's ability to self-regulate eating in this setting is dependent on a number of factors including early life experiences, the feeding strategies caregivers use during meals, and the eating environm...


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