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Translational Investigation of Growth and Everyday Routines in Kids (TIGER Kids) Fitness Ancillary

The purpose of this ancillary study is to examine cardiorespiratory fitness, cognitive factors related to appetite, and objectively-measured food intake in a subsample of children and adolescents with overweight to severe obesity enrolled in the TIGER Kids prospective cohort. The primary study also collects data on habitual physical and sedentary activity, body weight and body composition, and cardiometabolic health markers.

Fit 5 Kids Screen Time Reduction Curriculum for Latino Preschoolers

Childhood obesity and metabolic risk are at record high levels in the US, and Latino children are at very high risk. This project will test an intervention called Fit 5 Kids, designed for Latino preschoolers to decrease their screen time in order to promote physical activity and healthy eating, and to prevent obesity. Ultimately, this line of research has the potential to provide an effective program to reduce risk of obesity for Latinos in the Head Start program and other pres...

Shape Up Kids Fitness Ancillary

The overall objective of this study is to quantify the decision-making process and underlying biases around leisure activity behaviors using the Activity Preference Assessment (APA), a novel psychological task. The investigators plan to validate the APA against objectively measured sedentary and physical activity time, and examine its potential to predict health-related outcomes in children and adolescents. The Shape Up Kids Fitness Ancillary protocol will add exercise testing,...

Kids' Choice Restaurant Program

This study will introduce healthy child menu items into 8 independent full service restaurants in San Diego County. The restaurants will be assigned either to receive new, healthy kids' menu items or to receive the new menu items in addition to marketing materials and staff trainings to support promotion of these new menu items. The primary outcome for the study is sales of kids' menu items. Additional customer observation and interview data will be collected, as well as man...

Little Flower Yoga for Kids: Evaluation of a Yoga and Mindfulness Program for Children With Increased Levels of Emotion Dysregulation and Inattention

An initial evaluation of Little Flower Yoga for Kids will be conducted in a small sample of 18-30 Kindergarten and First Grade students (3-5 per class) enrolled in Girls Preparatory Charter School of the Bronx. The overall aim of this study is to ascertain the short and longer-term effects of Little Flower Yoga for Kids, a promising yoga and mindfulness program for children, which incorporates five elements (connect, breathe, move, focus, relax) to improve the child's ability t...

An Effectiveness Study of the Cool Kids Programme

The aim of the present study is to investigate the effectiveness of the Cool Kids programme after implementation in two outpatient psychiatric clinics for children in Southern Jutland, Denmark. The Cool Kids programme is a manualised cognitive behavioural treatment programme for children aged 6 to 12 years with anxiety disorders. Previous efficacy studies have found that 60-80% of all children who complete the program show marked improvement. However, only one previous effectiv...

Upstate New York Infant Development Screening Program

The goal of the Upstate KIDS Study is to track the growth, development and long-term health of children given the increasing use of infertility treatment, occurrence of maternal obesity and pregnancy complications, and rising maternal age at birth.

Creating Healthy Environments for Chicago Kids

Pediatric obesity interventions for low-income populations are increasingly delivered in children's homes, which may make treatment more accessible to families and enhance the potency of the intervention in several ways. This randomized trial will directly test whether delivering family-based behavioral interventions for pediatric overweight/obesity in the home setting improves weight loss outcomes in low-income children relative to medical center-based treatment. The trial wil...

Kids SipSmartER, an Intervention to Reduce Sugar-sweetened Beverages

Overall Goal: To determine the effectiveness of Kids SIPsmartER in improving sugar-sweetened beverages behaviors among 7th grade students. Secondary aims are to determine (1) changes in secondary student outcomes (e.g. quality of life, BMI z-score, theory-related variables, health and media literacy), (2) changes in caregiver SSB behaviors and home environment, (3) maintenance of outcomes at 19-months post-baseline, (4) assess the reach and representativeness of Kids SIPsmartER...

STRONG Kids 2: A Cells-to-Society Approach to Nutrition in Early Childhood

STRONG Kids 2: A Cells to Society Approach to Nutrition Overview Using a cells-to-society approach to nutrition, this transdisciplinary project will provide unique insights into how individual biology interacts with the family environment to promote healthy eating habits in young children. It is one of the first studies to take a longitudinal look at the habits, including milk and dairy consumption, from birth. STRONG Kids 2 is built upon previous research from STRONG Kids 1 w...

Impact of Beds for Kids Program on Child Sleep

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of provision of a child bed through the Beds for Kids program on objectively measured child sleep, and on daily child behavioral functioning and caregiver functioning over a 14-day period for preschool-aged children.

Study of Kids Itch Severity (SKIS)

This purpose of this study is to validate two measures of chronic itching in kids: itch severity (ItchyQuant) and the impact on their quality of life (ItchyQoL).

KAN-DO: A Family-based Intervention to Prevent Childhood Obesity

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of an intervention (KAN-DO: Kids & Adults Now - Defeat Obesity) encouraging postpartum mothers and their preschool-aged children to work together to promote healthy eating, increase physical activity, and reduce sedentary behaviors. Via instruction in parenting skills and behavior change strategies, the goal is relative weight maintenance in children of healthy weight, and relative weight reduction in overweight children. Th...

8-week Pilot Study of Relaxation for Weight Loss in Adults With Chronic Kidney Disease

Obesity plays a causal role for kidney disease incidence and progression. Moderate weight loss reduces the high metabolic demands on the kidney and decreases proteinuria in both diabetic and non-diabetic nephropathies. However, maintaining behavioral changes for weight loss is very challenging, and common chronic kidney disease (CKD) co-morbidities such as decreased exercise capacity only compound this difficulty. Moreover, no weight loss medications have been adequately tes...

Edinburgh and Lothian Virus Intervention Study in Kids

ELVIS Kids is a parallel, open label, randomised controlled trial (RCT) of Hypertonic Saline (HS) nose drops (~2.6% NaCl) vs. standard care in children ≤6 years of age with symptoms of an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI).

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.

Examining the Relationship Between Tobacco Exposure, Abdominal Obesity, and Metabolic Syndrome in Adolescents (The STRONG Kids Study)

Metabolic syndrome is a term that describes a group of conditions that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. The conditions include high blood pressure, obesity, and high cholesterol. This study will examine how changes in tobacco exposure and weight can affect the risk of developing metabolic syndrome among adolescents.

Healthy Kids I-PAL

Up to 30 parent/child dyads will be recruited to participate in an m-Health intervention (delivered over smartphone, iPad/Tablet, or desktop/laptop) to promote healthy behaviors and healthy weight among children and their parents.

Preventing and Addressing At-obesity-Risk Early Years iNtervention With Home Visits in Toronto (PARENT): A Pragmatic RCT

This study will determine whether a primary care based intervention that combines group based parenting skills training and public health nurse home visits with a focus on healthy nutrition, activity and sleep, compared to regular health care will lead to improved weight status in 18 months-3 year old children. Healthy children at risk for obesity will be identified through primary care practices participating in TARGet Kids!. Families who participate in this study will be ran...

Healthy Kids Pilot

Up to 30 parent/child dyads will be recruited to participate in an m-Health intervention (delivered over smartphone, iPad/Tablet, or desktop/laptop) to promote healthy behaviors and healthy weight among children and their parents.

Kids FACE FEARS Comparative Effectiveness Research

The Kids FACE FEARS (Kids Face-to-face And Computer-Enhanced Formats Effectiveness study for Anxiety and Related Symptoms) is a large pragmatic comparative effectiveness study evaluating face-to-face vs. online cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for the treatment of child and adolescent anxiety. Families will be recruited from pediatric health centers serving primarily racial/ethnic minority youth in urban, suburban, and semi-rural regions. Patient-centered outcomes will be eva...

The Effect of CrossFit Kids on Social Skills in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (CrossFit KAMP)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 in 59 U.S. children have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Peer relationships, social skills, and repetitive behaviors are a challenge for those with ASD. Exercise in the ASD population has been examined as a means to improve some of these challenges for children with ASD. This research study will try to see if a structured exercise program called CrossFit Kids can help with these challenges. T...

Feasibility of Healthy Dads Healthy Kids Latino

This is a feasibility study of a culturally adapted version of Healthy Dads Healthy Kids for Hispanic families. The adapted version called Papás Saludables, Niños Saludables is a father-targeted program for child obesity prevention and weight loss for fathers. The feasibility study will be conducted with 40 Hispanic families. Baseline assessments (T0) will be completed on all participating family members, followed by randomization to start the program immediately (interventio...

Sleep Intervention for Kids and Parents: A Self-Management Pilot Study

Behavioral intervention for 6-11 year children with persistent asthma and sleep disturbance and a parent with sleep disturbance.

Healthy Kids & Families: Overcoming Social, Environmental and Family Barriers to Childhood Obesity Prevention

The study will test the impact of a community health worker (CHW)-delivered intervention aimed at helping families overcome barriers to childhood obesity prevention. Barriers include social, environmental, and family issues. This intervention will be compared to a control condition consisting of a community health worker (CHW)-delivered intervention aimed at helping families improve positive parenting skills.

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