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Effectiveness of Food-Based Recommendations for Minangkabau Women of Reproductive Age With Dyslipidemia

This study aimed to assess effectiveness of promoting the optimized Food-based recommendations (FBRs) for improving dietary practices, nutrient intakes, nutritional status and lipid profile among Minangkabau women of reproductive age with dyslipidemia in a community setting. A cluster randomized community-based trial was conducted in Padang City, West Sumatra, Indonesia. Subjects are Minagabau women of reproductive age (20-44 y) with dyslipidemia. The subjects were assigned eit...


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Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion (PREKNOP)

This study examines the efficacy of the "Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion (PREKNOP)" intervention, designed to promote women's reproductive health and positive pregnancy outcomes. The study's goal is to educate low-income women about reproductive changes related to their menstrual cycle. The main hypothesis of the study is that women who receive the PREKNOP intervention will report reduced risk of unplanned pregnancy and increased reproductive knowledge, self-effi...

Reproductive Life Planning for Women With Mental Illness

Women represent the fastest growing population within the VHA. Many are of reproductive age and experience mental health concerns. Women with mental illness are at greater risk for unplanned pregnancy and poor pregnancy outcomes due to factors related to mental health and mental health treatment. Similarly, mental health concerns (e.g., impact of pregnancy on mental illness, psychiatric medications and pregnancy) can affect reproductive life goals and plans. Reproductive life p...


Assessing Urinary Hormones in Female Cancer Survivors

Women of late to mid reproductive age may participate in a study using novel methodology to identify subtle changes in the reproductive endocrine axis via daily urine hormone analysis, which may have important implications for reproduction and may signal reproductive senescence.

A Comparison of Cost - Effectiveness of Stimulated ICSI and IVM Strategy in PCOS Women

In polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) patients, both in vitro maturation (IVM) and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) are indicated as optional treatments. Although recently ICSI techniques have been reported as more successful the IVM in achieving pregnancy, they have also become much more expensive for the couples involved. Whilst most high-income countries offer Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures fully or partially paid by the government, the patients in l...

Periconceptional Surveillance in India

Women of reproductive age are a high-risk population for anemia and micronutrient deficiencies, and there is increasing evidence of the role of periconceptional nutritional status in the risk of birth defects and other pregnancy complications. However, there is limited population-based data from India, where the burden and consequences of these deficiencies is unacceptably high. The objective of this study is to conduct a population-based biomarker survey to determine the burde...

Iron Status in Women of Reproductive Age Reproductive Age

Analyzed iron status, HFE mutations and ethnicity for women in five primary care centers in the United States and Canada using de-identified data from the HEIRS study.

Mediators of Abnormal Reproductive Function in Obesity (MARO)

The study is seeking to understand how being overweight and obese makes women less fertile. The studies the investigators have done so far indicate that there is a hormone or other substance produced by fat that goes into the blood and reduces reproductive hormones in women who are overweight and obese. The present study will try to find the most promising substances by studying small numbers of women and trying to remove the substances that are causing the problem. Hyp...

Multi-centre Study to Compare Efficacy and Safety of AFOLIA and Gonal-f in Women for Assisted Reproductive Treatment

Ther purpose of this study is to show equivalence with regard to the number of oocytes retrieved between AFOLIA and Gonal-f® in women for assisted reproductive treatment

Adaptation and Testing of the Addressing Reproductive Coercion in HEalth Settings (ARCHES) Intervention in Bangladesh

The primary purpose of this research is to conduct a brief project to adapt and evaluate an evidence-based intervention model to address reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancy (ARCHES - Addressing Reproductive Coercion within Healthcare Settings) to the Bangladesh cultural context and for use with abortion clients (i.e., develop ARCHES Bangladesh) so as to provide initial assessment of acceptability, feasibility and effectiveness in this high-need LMIC context. Globally...

Diets, Metabolic Profile and Gut Microbiota Among Indonesian Women in Minangkabau and Sundanese-ethnic Community

Many provinces in Indonesia have some well known traditional foods that are widely consumed, but it remains unknown whether traditional ethnic dietary patterns can confirm healthy diets. High quality diet is associated with reduced risk of metabolic diseases and modulated gut microbiota. Moreover, the relationship between dietary quality and microbiota, a potential mediator of metabolic disease, has not been studied.

Endometrial Leucocytes Around the Time of Embryo Implantation in Women Undergoing in IVF-ET

Uterine natural killer (uNK) cells have been implicated to play a role in female reproductive performance. Serval studies showed an increased uNK cell density in the endometrium of women with reproductive failure. In this study, we wish to investigate the density and clustering of four different immune cells.

Effectiveness of Targeting Food Aid to Malnourished Children Compared to Targeting All Children Under Two Years

The objective of this study is to compare two approaches to targeting donated supplementary food to young children. The study compares the effectiveness of the widely-used curative approach where targeting is based on the child’s poor nutritional status to a preventive approach which targets children in poor communities solely on the basis of age and provides supplementary food to all children aged 6-23 months. Cost-effectiveness of the two targeting approaches will also be a...

Voices for Food: Food Policy Councils, Food Security and Healthy Food Choices

This study evaluates the effectiveness of coaching and Voices for Food materials on establishing Food Policy Councils (FPCs) and using guided client choice in rural food pantries to improve food security and diet quality among food pantry clients, and to improve the food environment in rural, midwestern food pantries. Half of the communities received coaching and the Voices for Food kit, the other half only received the Voices for Food kit.

Administration of Kisspeptin to Healthy Subjects and Subjects With Reproductive Disorders

The investigators are seeking subjects for a study of the role of kisspeptin in the reproductive system. Kisspeptin is a naturally occuring hormone in humans that stimulates the production of reproductive hormones. The investigators hypothesize that kisspeptin administration will be a useful tool for characterizing certain reproductive disorders. The investigators are initially seeking healthy men and healthy women with regular menstrual cycles. In a later part of the study, t...

A Whole-food, Plant-Based Nutrition Intervention in Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer

This research will examine the feasibility of conducting a strict whole-food, plant-based dietary intervention with intensive group education in women with stable metastatic breast cancer currently undergoing conventional treatments. In addition, this research will provide preliminary data on dietary intakes and the effect of plant-based nutrition on numerous outcomes reflecting cancer prognosis and overall health using advanced imaging, various blood biomarkers linked to cance...

Immediate Effect of Light on Reproductive Hormones in Women: a Role of the Spectrum

The study investigates an acute effect of white-appearing LED light (with a peak in blue portion) vs. red LED light of similar irradiance on reproductive hormones in healthy women.

The Use of GnRH Agonist Trigger for Final Follicle Maturation in Women Undergoing Assisted Reproductive Technologies

This is a prospective comparative randomized controlled trial investigating the effect of two GnRH agonist trigger protocols on the ongoing pregnancy rate in hyper-responder women undergoing assisted reproductive technology.

Effectiveness of the Optifast Program Compared With a Reduced-energy Food Based Diet Plan on Body Weight

Compare percent change in loss of body weight between the OPTIFAST program and a food-based energy-deficit program

bAriatric sUrgery Registration in wOmen of Reproductive Age

The use of bariatric surgery has risen subsequently over the last decade, especially in women of reproductive age. (Unplanned) pregnancies in this subgroup are not rare because of e.g. an increased fertility (because of the weight loss) and a possible ineffectiveness of contraceptives (because of a malabsorption in the intestine). Although a pregnancy after bariatric surgery is generally known as safe, there are a few studies that indicate that a pregnancy after a bariatric sur...

Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of ERB-041 on Reduction of Symptoms Associated With Endometriosis in Reproductive-Aged Women

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of two doses of ERB-041 (75 mg and 150 mg) relative to placebo on the relief of endometriosis-related symptoms (dysmenorrhea, pelvic pain, and deep dyspareunia) in reproductive aged women.

Food Insecurity, Obesity, and Impulsive Food Choice

The objective of this study is to determine the relations among food insecurity status, obesity, and impulsive food choice patterns and to test the extent to which a mindful eating strategy reduces impulsive choice for food. The central hypothesis is that food-insecure individuals will demonstrate more impulsive food choice patterns and demonstrate a greater likelihood of obesity than individuals who are food secure. Two specific aims are proposed: Specific aim #1: Determine t...

Use of a Reproductive Life Planning Tool at the Pediatric Well-Baby Visit With Postpartum Women

Improved access to timely health care and contraception in the postpartum (PP) period is needed to reduce unintended pregnancies and help women achieve desired birth spacing. While the routine 6-week visit has historically been considered the place for women to discuss and receive contraception, many women, particularly low-income women, do not attend the postpartum visit. A novel approach to increasing receipt of PP care and contraception is the adoption of a reproductive life...

Evaluation of Women With Endocrine and Reproductive-Related Conditions

This study was designed to allow inpatient and outpatient evaluation of women with a variety of reproductive and endocrine-related disorders for purposes of research and physician education. The evaluations may include ultrasound examinations, blood, saliva, and/or urine samples. In some cases, specific laboratory or X-ray studies will be performed to confirm the diagnosis or assist in the treatment of the patient. These additional tests will be conducted within the gui...

Analysis of Data From the Women's Contraceptive and Reproductive Experiences (CARE) Study

This study will continue to analyze data collected by the Women's Contraceptive and Reproductive Experiences (CARE) study. The CARE study was designed to evaluate the association between reproductive factors and risk of breast cancer in white and African-American women in the United States. The present study is not recruiting additional participants. The original study enrolled 4,575 women with breast cancer and 4,682 control subjects between 35 and 64 years of age All ...


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