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The Impact of Air Filtration on Asthmatic Children

This study uses a crossover study design to examine the impact of a two-week bedroom based indoor air filtration on the concentration of indoor airborne pollutants, personal exposure to airborne pollutants and health indicators among asthmatic children living in Shanghai, China


The Influence of Personal Care Products on the Skin Microbiome

To evaluate whether personal care products shift the skin microbiome bacteria and diversity after a week of daily use.

Study of Exposure to Chemicals in Consumer Products

Background: - In a lifetime, a person may encounter tens of thousands of chemicals used as ingredients in the products they buy. It s not easy to measure them because the companies that sell the products don t have to tell the exact chemical ingredients. Researchers want to compare how existing methods (e.g., surveys and models) measure exposure to chemicals in personal care and household products. Objective: - To test and improve the ways that studies gather...


A Safety Evaluation of Personal Lubricant Product When Used by Couples in Home-Use Conditions

The purpose of this study is to study in couples and to evaluate the safety of personal lubricant products.

Promoting Movement in Older Adults in the Community

It is well known that exercise is great medicine, however, for frail older adults who are often homebound and require assistance with personal care, there are gaps in both prescribing this "medicine" and in filling the prescription. The investigators will uncover and address the barriers that prevent frail older adults from increasing their level of physical activity. With input from frail older adults, caregivers, and healthcare providers, the investigators will create a free,...

Gastrointestinal Toleration of Inulin Products

The intake of inulin products has been linked to multiple health benefits which has lead to inulin fortification in food products. The investigators hypothesis that doses of up to 10 grams of inulin products should be well tolerated and not result in a significant increase in gastrointestinal symptoms.

PerMIT: Warfarin: A Trial Comparing Usual Care Warfarin Initiation to PerMIT Pharmacogenetic Guided Warfarin Therapy

Warfarin is the most commonly used oral anticoagulant medicine (blood thinner). Although this medicine works well, it is difficult to know how much medicine a patient needs. Many things affect how much medicine a patient needs and doses can be very different from patient to patient. It is important for patients to get the right dose to prevent clotting or bleeding problems that can happen with this medicine if the dose is too low or too high. These problems can be life-threaten...

Research Study to Investigate How a Study Medicine (NNC9204- 1177) Affects Blood Levels of Other Medicines in Healthy People

The study looks at how the study medicine (NNC9204-1177) affects other medicines in the body. Participants will get the study medicine and 5 other medicines which have all been approved by the authorities. Participants will get 1 injection of the study medicine each week for 11 weeks. The study medicine is injected under the skin in the stomach area. All injections will be given by study staff. Participants will get 5 medicines as tablets, capsules or syrup to be taken with wat...

Needs Assessment of Cancer Patients With Complementary and Alternative Medicines

The chronic cancer status, multidisciplinary and ambulatory care, as well as the cumbersome effects of the disease and treatments, lead patients to consider other options than those offered by traditional medicine, such as alternative medicine and complementary (CAM)

Cytogenetic Damage in Buccal Cells Caused by Toothpaste

Objectives. Toothpaste contains many potentially harmful ingredients, including some that can lead to serious long-term health problems. Everyday use of oral health care products has increased, highlighting the need for healthcare clinicians and consumers to be informed of the potential benefits and risks associated with these products. The aim of this study is to evaluate possible DNA damages to oral epithelial cells in participants exposed to toothpaste containing fluoride as...

Establishing the Collaborative Care Model of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine-Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

In Taiwan, there are many patients suffer from pediatric atopic dermatitis. Because of the clinical characteristic of repetitive and scratchy, which will affect the patients' quality of life and lead to the medical heavy budget. TCM may play an important role in this disease and help patient to improved their health. In this project, we aim to establish a Collaborative Care Model of TCM and Western Medicine, to achieve the multiple goal in clinical treatment, research and medic...

Learning Outcomes With Point-of-Care Ultrasound

Point-of care-ultrasonography has the potential to transform healthcare delivery through its diagnostic and therapeutic utility. Its use has become more widespread across a variety of clinical settings as more investigations have demonstrated its impact on patient care. This includes the use of point-of-care ultrasound by trainees, who are now utilizing this technology as part of their diagnostic assessments of patients. However, there are few studies that examine how efficient...

Medical Cannabis Registry and Pharmacology

The overall goals of this research is to describe the 1) natural history of current use and disposition of medical cannabis products including Cannabidiol (CBD) products, being administered to children as standard of care for the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), 2) understand the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics of medical cannabis products and 3) provide educational feedback on what is learned to families and care providers to provide evidenced based dosing gui...

Advance Care Planning for Critical Care - A Prelude to Breaking Barriers

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process of 'reflection and communication, in which a person with decision-making capacity makes decisions regarding their future health and/or personal care in the event that they become incapable of consenting to or refusing treatment' Most Canadians have not planned for end-of-life Care and are at risk of aggressive medical care that may not be compatible with their wishes. This study aims to systematically evaluate local barriers to making pe...

Treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome Using Alternative Techniques: Exercise, Meditation, Tai Chi

Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is the term for medical products and/or practices that are not part of the current standard of care. Standard care is what medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy and allied health professionals, such as registered nurses and physical therapists, practice. Alternative medicine means treatments that you use instead of standard ones. Complementary medicine means nonstandard treatments that you use along with standard ones. The purpose o...

In Vitro Evaluation of a Novel Drug on Airway Epithelial Cells Obtained From Participants With Severe Asthma

Asthma is a long term disease of the lungs. In asthma patients the sensitive airway tubes narrow in reaction to something that irritates the airways such as allergens or environmental pollutants. There is currently no cure for asthma and new medicines or combinations of medicines are needed that will be of benefit to patients particularly those with a more severe disease. Activation of certain signal molecules inside the lung cells may participate in the development of a...

Trial Embedded in an Electronic Personal Medical Health Records

This is a research study to determine if a personal health record, called myHERO, will help improve health. A personal health record is a secure internet (also called online) tool that contains personal health information like medications, diagnosed conditions, allergies and laboratory values (like CD4 cells and viral load). This study will also help explain if a personal health record influences the relationship with a doctor or nurse practitioner and their patients. The purpo...

Associations Between Air Pollutants Exposures and Respiratory System Study

Epidemiological investigations has suggested exposure to air pollution linked with respiratory disease, especially chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. However, the potential mechanisms of adverse effects remains scare. The present study will assess the association between air pollutants and respiratory related parameters to elucidate possible mechanisms.

Nornicotine in Smokeless Tobacco as a Precursor for Carcinogen Exposure

Our goal in this study is to investigate the extent of endogenous nitrosation of nornicotine in smokeless tobacco users as a function of nornicotine content in smokeless products. This study will lead to an understanding of the endogenous formation of NNN from nornicotine in humans, and will also investigate the effect of the reduction of nornicotine content in smokeless tobacco on the extent of endogenous NNN formation. The knowledge gained in this study will lead to the devel...

Outcome of Specific IgE Level in Children With IgE-mediated Wheat Allergy After Stop Using Wheat Containing Skin Care

Wheat allergy is increasing in Thailand. Some studies show that cutaneous exposure of allergen may cause allergy and there are many wheat containing skin care products that are over-the-counter. So the purpose of our study is to determine level of specific immunoglobulin E antibodies to wheat and omega-5 gliadin in wheat allergy patients after stop using wheat containing skin care products.

Cytochrome P450 Epoxygenase Pathway Regulation of Macrophage Function

Background: Respiratory diseases affect more than 1 billion people worldwide. They are a growing public health concern. The lungs are constantly exposed to environmental factors such as dust, fumes, microbes, and pollutants. But much is still not known about how these pollutants lead to respiratory illnesses. Researchers want to collect samples from lungs and blood to see how genetics and environmental pollutants affect cellular responses or functioning. Objectives: ...

Randomised Controlled Trial of Structured Personal Care of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

The aims of a concluding 14-year follow-up study are: - To investigate what long-term effect the project model for structured, personalized diabetes care has on 1) the patients' mortality and development of diabetic complications, 2) the patients' use of services from the primary and secondary sector, 3) the patients' self-rated health and motivation, and 4) the doctor-patient relationship.

High Flow in Interstitial Lung Disease

Prospective, 6 week cross-over study on the effect of High flow nasal cannula (HFNC) delivered air in patients with interstitial lung disease (ILD), in need of ambulatory oxygen therapy. Primary outcome: To investigate intra-personal differences in 6MWT, as well as SO2 and BORG score at the end of the 6MWT, at baseline, at 6 weeks and 12 weeks To investigate intra-personal differences in SGRQ at baseline, at 6 weeks and 12 weeks To investigate intra-personal differences...

Personal Lifestyle Engine (PLX) - Personal Lifestyle Medicine Center (PLMC)

It has been suggested that the best medicine should include four principles (4P) - Medicine should be personalized, predictive, preventative and participatory. Technology has provided the tools to collect data in ways not previously possible. Individuals can now collect information on their genome (including their genetic predisposition to tolerate medications and to respond to healthy lifestyle programs) that will modify their lifestyle and therapeutic choices. Beyond spot che...

HOME Study (Health Outcomes and Measures of the Environment Study)

The goal of the HOME Study is to quantify the impact of low-level fetal and early childhood exposures to environmental toxicants (lead, mercury, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), persistent organic pollutants (PBDEs/PFCs), environmental tobacco smoke, and alcohol on child development, neurobehavior and growth. The HOME Study will also evaluate meconium as a biomarker for fetal exposure and test the effectiveness of home repairs to control lead hazards and injuries ...


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