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13:02 EST 12th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Cholecalciferol Supplementation, Muscle Strength

Hypovitaminosis D is common in Asian Indians despite plenty of sunshine and relates to their skin pigmentation and poor sunshine exposure. Serum 25(OH)D levels are


Camp NERF: Methods of a Nutrition Education Recreation & Fitness Program Aimed at Preventing Unhealthy Weight Gain in Children During Summer

The primary aims of this research project are to: 1. Evaluate the efficacy of Camp NERF to improve child nutrition, physical activity, mental health, and anthropometric outcomes. 2. Evaluate the efficacy of Camp NERF to improve caregiver self-efficacy for establishing healthy family nutrition and physical activity practices, amount of physical activity, and BMI. 3. Evaluate the efficacy of Camp NERF to improve youth mentor nutrition, physical ...

Heart Failure Exercise And Resistance Training Camp (HEART Camp)

The purpose of this feasibility study was to obtain pilot data, as the basis for a future, larger investigation, testing the impact of an innovative training camp intervention called HEART CAMP (Heart failure Exercise And Resistance Training CAMP) to teach HF patients how to exercise and self-manage exercise behavior over time. The study assessed the feasibility and adequacy of the intervention, the data collection plan, and the reliability and sensitivity of the outcome measur...


Integrating Psychotropic Medication Into the Care of People With Mental Disorders in a Prayer Camp in Ghana

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a bundled intervention of psychotropic drugs and daily contact with a nurse for people with mental health disorders in a prayer camp and secondly to assess whether the attitudes of the prayer camp staff toward mental health disorders and conventional medicines remain the same after the intervention.

cAMP Signaling and Muscle Adaptations

The role of cAMP signaling mediated by beta2-adrenergic stimulation with agonists has been well-studied in skeletal muscles of animals. Studies in humans are scant and the scope of the present study is thus to investigate the role of cAMP signaling by beta2-adrenergic stimulation for muscle adaptations in humans.

Teen Asthma Project

Aims of this study are: 1. To determine the feasibility of implementing the intervention using a peer-assisted asthma day camp for adolescents with asthma. 2. To determine patterns of change in knowledge, attitudes toward asthma, self-efficacy, perception of barriers, and self-management behaviors, asthma control and quality of life over time among peer leaders. 3. To test the following hypothesis: - Adolescents participating in a pe...

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Summer Camp

Constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) is an intervention for unilateral cerebral palsy (CP). It is currently part of standard of care for children with unilateral CP, but is typically done one-on-one and with the child wearing a cast 24 hours a day during the duration of treatment. The purpose of this study is to assess the effects of an intensive group-based CIMT summer camp in which participants wear a removable cast on upper extremity function, occupational performance,...

Impact of a Diabetes Camp on Glycemic Control Among Children and Adolescents Living With Type 1 Diabetes in Cameroon

Therapeutic education is central to the management of diabetes, especially in children and adolescents. Camps represent an ideal environment for education. During camps, the campers receive both theoretical and practical information intended to improve their understanding and self-management of diabetes. The metabolic impact of diabetes camp is little known among children and adolescents living with type 1 diabetes in sub-Saharan Africa. The aimed of this study was to assess th...

The Effect of a Structured Weight-loss Programme on the Metabolic Profiles of Obese and Overweight Children

Aim: - The overall aims of this study to look at what changes are seen overweight and obese (very overweight) children, as they get thinner. - Specifically the investigators are interested in the chemicals and bacteria that children pass in their urine and stool because looking at how these change as it tells us about how their gut and other bodily systems are adapting. Hypothesis: Metabolic profiling is a useful and accurate tool for observing and...

Feasibility of the Camp Power Up Program on Children's Body Weight and Quality of Life

This study will evaluate the effects of a one week weight management summer camp on children's weight, quality of life, mood and feelings, self-esteem, weight management efficacy, enjoyment of physical activity, and body image.

Vascular Responses to UV Exposure in Pregnancy

Season of birth influences pregnancy for reasons that remain unclear however the answer may lie in the amount of sunshine pregnant women are exposed to. Sunshine, or ultraviolet light (UV) exposure is already known to have benefits for health on heart disease, strokes and depression. In pregnancy, relationships between sunshine exposure are evident in birth weight, preterm birth and risk of blood pressure complications. Vitamin D, the UV generated hormone, was thought to be res...

FreeStyle Libre FGM During Summer Camp for Children With Type 1 Diabetes

A randomized, double-blinded, single center, parallel design pediatric study, on 45 subjects with type 1 diabetes (T1D), aged six to 15 (inclusive) years, measuring sensor time in glucose values within range 3.9 - 10 mmol/l (70 - 180 mg/dl) achieved using the FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System (FGM - intervention, Abbott Diabetes Care, California, USA) versus Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose (SMBG - control). Study duration will be two weeks per subject and two weeks...

Providing Healthy Food Access and Physical Activity Opportunities at Boy Scouts of America Summer Camp

To measure impact of improved healthy food access and physical activity opportunities at summer Boy Scout camp, a four-week intervention to address nutrition and physical activity with youth (n=911) and adults (n=247) was conducted at Bashore Scout Reservation in Jonestown, Pennsylvania between June and July of 2016. Intervention components included dining hall menu modifications, healthy messaging, introduction of nutritious snacks available for purchase, and a physical activi...

Khushi Baby (KB): Novel Mobile Health Solution for Vaccination Record Keeping in India

This is a three arm cluster randomized controlled trial where the unit of randomization is the immunization camp. Immunization camps are the sole provider of vaccinations in our study area and have catchment areas of several villages. The 96 immunization camps will be randomized evenly to one of three arms: 1. control arm; where near field communication (NFC) stickers will be placed on existing immunization booklets. These stickers can be scanned using a mobile phone ...

Chronic Beta2-adrenergic Stimulation and Muscle Hypertrophy

Studies in animals have shown that beta2-adrenoceptor activation with selective agonists regulates protein metabolism and muscle growth in skeletal and cardiac muscle tissue. These effects may be mediated by cAMP/PKA dependent activation of several downstream sites that modulate protein synthesis and breakdown. While the role of beta2-adrenoceptor signaling is well-described in animals, it is inadequately explored in humans. The purpose of the study is thus to investigate the e...

Full Day and Night Closed-Loop With DiAs Platform

The overall aim of this proposed research is to determine the safety, feasibility and efficacy of the Diabetes Assistant (DiAs) controller in day and night closed-loop control in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes over multiple days in a diabetes camp setting. This will be addressed in two parts: 1) An in residence, outpatient study to determine safety and feasibility of the DiAs during 72 continuous hours of day and night glucose control; and 2) Camp studies planne...

Comparison of Two Closed-Loop Strategies for Glucose Control in Type 1 Diabetes The DREMED Trail- 2

The proposed study is two-arms, cross-over, randomized and single-center, in clinic Investigation in subjects with type 1 diabetes on insulin pump therapy. The purpose of the study is to compare two closed-loop strategies in terms of glycemic control in Type 1 Diabetes during a camp setting. A total of 20 up to 60 subjects will be enrolled . Subjects will be randomized to participate in two periods of closed-loop treatment, each period will last 3-5 days in a camp setti...

Feasibility Study to Evaluate the Hybrid-Logic Closed Loop System in Type 1 Diabetes The DREMED Trail

Closed loop technology has been shown to reduce both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, as well as reduce glycemic variability. Several groups around the world investigate efforts in developing closed-loop systems. Investigators combined two closed-loop systems with different mode of operation in order to enhance the closed-loop system. The two systems are Hybrid closed-loop system and the MD-Logic closed-loop system . The combined algorithm Hybrid logic closed loop (HLCL) was ...

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Farms, Animals and Adolescents: Reinforcing the Microbiome

This study will be an observational study of children who attend summer camp at the Heartland Farm Sanctuary (HFS). The investigators are exploring whether time-limited exposure to a traditional farming environment will improve children's overall health and general well-being.

Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Vitamin D

Tuberculosis and vitamin D deficiency are important public health problems in India. Before the advent of effective antitubercular therapy, patients with tuberculosis were advised treatment and rest at sanatorium where sunshine was available in plenty. There have been reports associating vitamin D deficiency with tuberculosis in terms of incidence and beneficial response following addition of vitamin D to antitubercular therapy. Sputum AFB conversion rate is higher in patients...

Ghrelin Resistance in Adolescents With Idiopathic Scoliosis

Adolescent idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is the most common spine pathology. It is opposed to secondary scoliosis due to chronic diseases. Many hypotheses have been made to elucidate the origin of this illness. Recently, the melatonin pathway has been investigated as pinealectomy of the chicken creates a scoliosis that resembles AIS and melatonin supplementation reverses the process. In addition administration of melatonin to AIS patients improved the pathology. However this hypot...

Impact of CAMP in an Ambulatory Renal Clinic

The purpose of this study is to see if a pharmacist can help patients understand how he/she should be taking their medications. The study is also being done to see if meeting with the pharmacist can help patients better control chronic kidney disease and the medical problems that can occur.

Asthma in Central Texas Project

Asthma is the most common chronic childhood illness and disproportionately affects children who are ethnic minorities and poor. Few studies of childhood asthma have been conducted with children who live in rural areas or have included Mexican American children in their samples. This study builds on the original R01NR007770 with findings that demonstrated the intervention could improve children's asthma self-management, asthma knowledge, metered dose inhaler skill, asthma severi...

Sorafenib and Topotecan in Refractory/Recurrent Pediatric Malignancies

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute will be the Sunshine Project Coordinator, but will not be recruiting locally. The purpose of this research study is to establish a dose of the combination of drugs, Topotecan and Sorafenib in children. This will be called the maximum tolerated dose. The chemotherapy in this study is a combination of Topotecan and Sorafenib. The investigators are trying to find the highest dose of Topotecan and Sorafenib that can be given saf...

Adherence in the Childhood Asthma Management Program

To evaluate three adherence promoting interventions within the Childhood Asthma Management Program (CAMP), an eight center clinical trial that compared pediatric asthma therapies in children five to twelve years old.


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