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Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Anxiety About Casual Exposure to Food Allergens

Living with food allergy may result in anxiety and reduced quality of life. Food allergic patients and their families are often concerned about casual exposure with the offending allergen through skin contact or being near the offending food, which is actually very low risk. This concern can limit social activities and increase stress. The aim of this study is to provide a behavioral intervention consisting of having peanut/tree nut allergic patients hold a cup with a peanut or...


Examining the Association Between Physical Activity and Sleep Quality in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Melatonin-mediated Mechanism Model

Sleep disturbance is commonly found in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and is often accompanied with family distress. Disturbed sleep may exacerbate the core symptoms of ASD including stereotypic behaviors, social interactions, and health problems. Therefore, it is important to develop effective intervention strategies to ameliorate the sleep disturbance in children with ASD. Traditionally, behavioral interventions and supplemental melatonin medication are used to ...

Health Gatherings - For Your Health After Cancer

This 5-year study evaluates the effects of a 10-week group-based linguistically translated and culturally adapted cognitive-behavioral stress and self-management (C-CBSM) intervention on symptom burden and health related quality of life (HRQoL) in Hispanic men treated for localized prostate cancer (PC). About 80% PC cases are diagnosed as early disease and have a 5- and 10-year survival rate of almost 100% and 99%, respectively. Most patients receive active treatment (~70%) lea...


Cognitive Abilities in Brain Damaged Patients

The presence of damage to the central and / or peripheral nervous system resulting from pathologies of a different nature (such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dementia, cranial trauma, stroke, epilepsy or other neurological syndromes) is commonly a cause of physical and mental disability. The presence of memory or language cognitive deficits is often evident at a first clinical examination. However, difficulties in cognitive areas such as decision-making, social an...

PHysical Activity and Exercise Outcomes in Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease (HD) is a genetic, degenerative neurological disease that affects individuals in their third-fourth decade of life and individuals can live 15-20 years with manifest HD. The complex disease symptoms, including motor, cognitive and behavioural impairments, result in loss of functional independence and progressive escalation of healthcare costs. The personal, social and economic consequences of HD are devastating, especially as there are currently no disease ...

Effect of the Teleconsultation of Renal Nutrition on Renal Function and Glycemic Control in Patients With DKD

The modern era is characterized by progress, development and social and economic globalization. Currently the electronic technology has applications in a wide variety of work areas. A clear example of this, is telemedicine. The technological tools are increasingly used every day in the improvement of the processes and the attention in health, in the last decades, telemedicine has grown exponentially becoming more accessible to the population. On the other hand, and in the same...

The Getting Active Project: Improving Social Well-Being in Later Life

The many negative outcomes associated with loneliness in older people have rendered loneliness itself a new public health target. Older adults who feel lonely carry increased risk for reduced quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. The risk of premature mortality related to loneliness is at least as large as the risks arising from such factors as obesity, physical inactivity, alcohol misuse, and smoking. Volunteering is a promising intervention for reducing loneliness in lat...

College Mental Health Project

Depression is common and debilitating disorder which, among college students, is predictive of significant problems including higher rates of dropout and suicidal behaviors. Despite viable psychotherapeutic and pharmacological options, the majority of depressed college students, like others in the general population, do not pursue treatment. Further, barriers to care, both those involving practical issues and psychological factors, lead to high attrition rates from treatment, r...

Effectiveness of a Intervention to Reduce the Social Isolation and Loneliness of Elderly Residents at Home

- Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness, in terms of reducing social isolation and improving the Health Related Quality of Life (HRQOL), of a non-pharmacological multicomponent intervention in elderly telecare users. - Design: Clinical trial randomized by cluster, multicentric. - Location: Nine health centers of the Andalusian Health Service (Spain). - Subjects and methods: Subjects with social isolation. Age 65 or older. Residents in your ...

PROMINENT-Eye Ancillary Study (Protocol AD)

Despite improved glycemic and systemic control for many patients with diabetes, over the past several decades, diabetic retinopathy (DR) develops and progresses in a large proportion of patients, and visual loss from diabetic eye complications continues to be a leading cause of blindness in the US and other developed countries worldwide. Thus, even a modest ability to prevent DR onset or to slow DR worsening might substantially reduce the number of patients at risk for diabetes...

Anthropometric Parameters, Metabolic Profile and Function of the Respiratory System in Obese Patients

Obesity is currently considered an increasingly more severe social and health related problem. The World Health Organization qualified obesity as a chronic disease along with circulatory diseases, diabetes, cancer and respiratory diseases. The principal physiological methods of treatment for this disease are diet and exercise. The aim of the study is assess anhtropometric parameters, metabolic and proteomic profile and respiratory truck function in obese patients reducing body ...

Effect of Attention Training or SSRIs on Symptoms and Neural Activation in Social Anxiety

The purpose of this study is to determine the clinical efficacy and neuro-cognitive mechanisms of Gaze-Contingent Usic Reward Therapy for social anxiety disorder, compared with treatment with SSRIs or waitlist control.

The Effect of Music Therapy on Analgesia and Oxidative Stress Parameters

Music has been used in the treatment of patient since the time Plato, Hippocrates and Alpharabius were alive. It is used by music therapists to help patients' social, physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. In a study conducted, it was seen that music has a positive effect on pain, anxiety, depression, shortness of breath, mood, face expression and speech. Our aim is to evaluate the analgesic consumption of music therapy during egg collection applications and to...

The Effect of Psyllium Fibre on LDL-C, Non-HDL-C, and Apolioprotein-B: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Serum cholesterol is a major modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, which despite considerable reduction in prevalence, remains the leading cause of premature mortality worldwide. Although LDL-C continues to be recognized as the primary therapeutic target, accumulating evidence suggests that alternative lipid parameters, non-HDL-C and apoB, may provide predictive value beyond that of LDL-C alone, in most population categories. Numerous lifestyle strategies have been...

The Effect of Social Media on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method. This registration describes the experimental laboratory method.

The Effect of Social Media Use on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method. This registration describes the experimental experience sampling method.

Can Latency of Action in Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block be Shortened With Warmed Bupivacaine?

Brachial plexus blocks have some advantages, but also have some disadvantages as well. As with all nerve blocks, having to wait sometime for an effective block, sometimes failure to achieve an adequate block and possible requirement for isolated nerve block, having to wait a long time for resolution of the block, and immobilization of the extremity for some time can be seen as handicaps for brachial plexus block as well. In the present study, Study was aimed to compare the effe...

A Pilot Study of Small Fiber Neuropathy Prevalence in Fibromyalgia Patients Compared to Healthy Subjects Using Sudoscan®

Fibromyalgia (FM) is characterized by chronic diffuse pain and affects 0.5 to 5% of the population, with a higher prevalence in women1. This condition is characterized by joint and muscle pain, also associated with fatigue, migraine, sleeps disorders, depression and irritable bowel syndrome2. The presentation of these various symptoms varies greatly from one patient to another, with great heterogeneity in clinical, physical, social, psychological and therapeutic responses. . A ...

Effects of the Administered Time of Meal on the Treatment of Overweight and Obesity

Objectives: To evaluate the impact of the meal time administered on the body weight of adult individuals of both sexes, being overweight and obese. Experimental design: randomized controlled trial. Place of research: Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil. Materials and methods: Anthropometric data, blood pressure, waist diameter will be measured; venous blood samples will be collected and stored for glucose, total cholesterol, triglycerides, HD...

Welfare, Wellbeing and Demographic Change: Understanding Welfare Models

The EMMY Project is an interdisciplinary and mixed methods comparative study on impact of welfare systems on mental wellbeing among the oldest old in Finland, Italy, Norway and Spain, including aspects such as equity, social inclusion, empowerment and participation. The project will delineate the concept of mental wellbeing at old age by qualitative methods, and will dissect the links between welfare systems and mental wellbeing by quantitative methods. It will support exchang...

Tuesday 21st November 2017

Adapting the Diabetes Prevention Program for a Developing World Context

This study will examine whether an adapted version of ]he Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) can be effective when delivered by community health workers (CHWs) in a poor urban community in South Africa. We will randomize existing groups that are part of an non-governmental organization's (NGO) chronic disease management program (anticipated cluster N = 54; anticipated individual N=540), to receive either the program or usual care (wait-list). The primary outcome analysis will co...

Evaluation of the Impact of a Social Network Via a Digital Platform for Caregivers of Patients Suffering From Mental Disorders

Severe mental illnesses have a significant social cost, as much by their impact on the sick as on their entourage. The Deinstitutionalization and care in the community of patients with severe mental illness result in increased families and loved ones (also known as "informal caregivers" or "informal caregivers") If psychoeducation programs have been developed to help caregivers better manage and cope with the illness of the person being helped (optimize the quality of care, man...

Lidocaine as an Endotracheal Tube (ETT) Cuff Media

Researchers will compare the effects of lidocaine versus air, as a way to fill the breathing tube cuff which is gently inflated to hold in place the trachea (airway) during surgery. Air is the traditional method used to inflate the breathing tube cuff. Researchers wish to find if lidocaine works better than air to facilitate tolerance to the breathing tube (decreased coughing, sore throat, hoarseness). They also want to learn more about its effectiveness for this particular sur...

Aging Mastery Program® (AMP) Evaluation

The Aging Mastery Program® (AMP) is designed to inform, encourage, and support older adults as they take steps to improve their lives and stay engaged in their communities. The program incorporates evidence-informed materials, expert speakers, group discussion, peer support, and small rewards to give participants the skills and tools they need to achieve measurable improvements in managing their health, remaining economically secure, and contributing actively to society. L.A. ...

Monday 20th November 2017

Genes-in-Action - Hepcidin Regulation of Iron Supplementation

Anaemia continues to be one of the most common health problems affecting children and pregnant women in low-income countries. Nutritional iron deficiency is believed to be the main driver of anaemia, so mass iron supplementation and food fortification programs have been recommended by most public health organizations. However, these interventions are frequently ineffective and new strategies are desperately needed. Both anaemia and iron absorption are influenced by multiple fa...


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