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The purpose of this study is to test if a participatory, agroecological peer farmer-led education intervention can be effective at improving legume production, food security, and infant and young child feeding practices in Singida District, Tanzania.
Purpose/Objective: The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of boiled unfiltered (Turkish) coffee consumption on the plasma cardiovascular risk parameters of healthy subjects. The study also explores whether two unfiltered boiled (Turkish) coffee beverages that differ in content due to different roasting degrees will differentially affect cardiovascular biomarkers. Methods: In this crossover intervention study, healthy, nonsmoking, habitual Turkish coffee drink...
The purpose of the investigators study is to investigate the effects of coffee on the return of bowel function and appetite, length of hospital stay, and complications after elective open colectomy in a prospective randomized trial. The primary efficacy endpoint is time to first bowel movement.
Coffee drinking is frequently reported as a negative outcome in studies on burnout, but the effect of an increased coffee intake on resident burnout has not been reported in the literature. This study is a prospective, interventional cohort study enrolling up to 50 residents from the Internal Medicine Residency Program to look at the relationship between coffee and resident burnout.
This study will assess - whether coffee consumption protects against fructose-induced hepatic steatosis in healthy humans - whether the protective effect of coffee is dependent on it's antioxidant composition
Coffee and green tea are 2 widely consumed beverages. Both contain polyphenol antioxidant compounds (chlorogenic acids for coffee and catechins for tea). The bioavailability of catechins is somewhat known and has been referenced in the literature. However, bioavailability data from tea infusion is non-existent, even though it reflects better how consumers drink this beverage. In addition, bioavailability of coffee chlorogenic acids is less understood and no dose response study ...
Hypertension affects an estimated 1.5 billion people world-wide and is a chief contributor to death, stroke, congestive heart failure, kidney disease, coronary artery disease and dementia. A number of important causal environmental factors have been identified and include excessive salt or alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, inadequate fruit, vegetable and potassium intake and obesity. Although there have been significant improvements in management, a high percentage of ...
The effects of coffee have been shown to act as a colonic stimulant. Caffeinated coffee stimulates colonic activity, most notably in the transverse/descending colon, in magnitude similar to a meal, 60% stronger than water, and 23% stronger than decaffeinated coffee.  Moreover, the consumption of both water and caffeine causes a decrease in the rectal sensory threshold for the desire to defecate, while anal sphincter pressure after caffeine intake is significantly higher than...
Comparison of the effectiveness coffee (with or without caffeine) ingestion and water for reducing the duration of Postoperative ileus after Laparotomy of Benign Gynecological Patients
This research will examine if participation in a strengths-based curriculum, the Brothers as Allies program adapted from the Council for Boys and Young Men, reduces risk for future sexual violence perpetration among middle school-aged boys in New York State.
The aim of this study will be to define the bioavailability and the beneficial properties of coffee bioactive compounds. Moreover, the contribution of cocoa-based products containing coffee to the pool of circulating metabolites will be investigated with the aim of evaluating the effect of the combination of bioactives from different sources. To study the bioavailability of coffee/cocoa bioactive compounds and their effects in cardiometabolic health, the objectives will be: ...
RATIONALE: Learning about how often heartburn and other risk factors occur in brothers and sisters and other family members of patients with Barrett's esophagus may help identify other individuals at risk and identify genes for Barrett's esophagus. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying genes for Barrett's esophagus in brothers and sisters.
The intent of this study is to see if the rate that the body breaks down l-methamphetamine (l-MA) could be used as an accurate estimate for the rate that the body breaks down d-methamphetamine (d-MA). l-MA is sold over the counter as a nasal decongestant where as d-MA is the commonly abused form of methamphetamine.
Oral cancer is the sixth most common cancer worldwide. Over 90% of all identified oral cavity cancers are invasive oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCCs). Primary treatments of OSCC are surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. However, anticancer therapies (drugs, irradiation) have undesirable side effects as they may induce mutations or irreversible DNA damage killing healthy cells. One of the most frequently used alternative therapies is herbal medicine that act as anti-...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) community-based mentoring (CBM) program for prevention of crime and delinquency/conduct problems, including risk and protective factors for these outcomes. Approximately 2,500 youth ages 10-16 will be randomly assigned to either the CBM program or an untreated control group. Study outcomes will be assessed over a 4-year period via both youth- and parent-report surveys a...
Randomized controlled trial in Obstetrics and Gynecology department (MULTI-CENTRIC).To measure the effect of coffee consumption on intestinal motility after caesarean section for the patient who fulfills the criteria. Then they will be randomized to 3 groups. The primary outcome and secondary outcome will be measured.
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of gait training on ground level, combining BWS and FES in people following chronic stroke.
Investigation evaluating the effect of coffee on gastro-esophageal reflux disease.
This study evaluates effects of different doses of phenolic acids on healthy volunteers.
Coffee processing byproducts, such as coffee cascara (outer skin and pulp of the coffee berry), have potential health promoting properties due to the presence of bioactive compounds. Its use as a novel food ingredient is a means of valorizing this fractioin in the elaboration of functional yogurts. The addition of cascara extract in yogurt affects its texture quality. The addition of dietary fiber can help regain the structure of the yogurt's gel. However, secondary gastrointes...
Post-operative ileus ("post-op ileus") is a condition which can occur after surgery. This means that the bowels stop working correctly and food and liquids will not pass through in the normal manner. Post-op ileus can be uncomfortable and require a longer hospital stay until the bowels begin to function correctly again. Currently there are no effective methods for preventing post-op ileus. Some studies suggest there is a benefit from drinking coffee following colon or gynecolog...
Metabolic syndrome (Mets) is defined as the collection of risk factors contributing to type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease. Mets is accompanied by oxidative stress and low-grade inflammation. Green coffee is rich in polyphenols called chlorogenic acids (CGA) which possess anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative characteristics. Thus, we carried out this trial to examine green coffee extract (GCE) effects on oxidative stress, systemic and vascular inflammation in pa...
RATIONALE: Collecting blood samples and health information from patients with invasive breast cancer and from their brothers and sisters over time may help the study of cancer in the future. PURPOSE: This study is collecting blood samples and health information over time from patients with invasive breast cancer and from their brothers and sisters.
The purpose of this study determine the difference in hemodynamic effects of synthetic and natural caffeine consumption in healthy individuals through blood pressure (central and peripheral) assessment. Participants will randomly be assigned to consume either one 8oz cup of coffee containing 400mg of caffeine (increased caffeine using concentrated coffee) or one 8oz cup of coffee-flavored drink with approximately 400mg synthetic caffeine from capsules dissolved in it.
More than 80% of the population in the USA consume coffee each day. However there not many studies on change of heart rate variability and placebo effects after consumption of coffee. In our study we aim to test the following hypotheses: 1. Habitual caffeinated espresso coffee drinkers show an increase in blood pressure, heart rate variability and parasympathetic activity (high frequency band) of the heart. 2. Non-habitual caffeinated espresso coffee drinkers show a...