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Share Safer Sex Counseling Program for Changing Sexual Risk Behaviors in Mexican Female Sex Workers

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of the Share Safer Sex Program in reducing sexual risk behaviors among female sex workers in four Mexican cities close to the U.S. border.

An Exploratory Study to Assess the Effects of JNJ-39439335 on the Relief of Pain Using a Thermal-Grill Experimental Model

This exploratory study will use a thermal-grill experimental model to assess the effects of JNJ-39439335 (50 mg, single oral dose) on the relief of pain.

Male:Female Birth Ratios and Phthalate Levels

Objective 1: To assess environmental exposure to chemicals/toxins, including phthalates, among rural and urban Mexican American men and women (n=300), aged 18 to 40, in urban Baytown, TX and rural Rio Grande Valley (Hidalgo County) communities along the Texas-Mexico border region via survey. Objective 2: To determine generational sex ratio trends in urban Baytown, TX and along the rural Rio Grande Valley (Hidalgo County) utilizing vital statistics data from the Texas ...

Genetics of Atherosclerosis in Mexican Americans

To identify individual genes that contribute to variation in susceptibility to coronary heart disease (CHD) in Mexican Americans. The program project grant supports the San Antonio Family Heart Study, the first comprehensive genetic epidemiological study of atherosclerosis and its correlates in Mexican Americans.

Evaluation of the Safety and Effectiveness of ALLEVYN Gentle Border

The clinical study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the ALLEVYN Gentle Border. The study is a post-market clinical follow-up to assess clinical performance and safety of ALLEVYN Gentle Border with new wound contact layer to support performance claims.

Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk In Mexico City (San Antonio Heart Study)

To determine factors beyond obesity which contribute to diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Mexicans and Mexican Americans. To test the hypothesis that at any given level of adiposity Mexican Americans will be more insulin resistant than Anglos and that the insulin resistance in Mexican Americans is proportional to the degree of Native American ancestry.

Understanding the Genetic Basis of Familial Combined Hyperlipidemia in Mexican Individuals

Familial combined hyperlipidemia (FCHL) is an inherited disorder characterized by elevated levels of cholesterol and triglycerides; it often occurs in Mexican individuals with coronary heart disease (CHD). The purpose of this study is to identify the specific genes that predispose Mexican individuals to FCHL.

School-Home Program for Mexican Children With Attention and Behavioral Concerns

A school-based behavioral intervention for Mexican youth with attention/behavior concerns (the Collaborative Life Skills Program for Latinos/Familias Unidades Empezando Retos y Tareas para el Éxito [CLS-FUERTE]:) will be pilot-tested in a mixed-method investigation with four Mexican elementary schools.

Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Sexual and Injection Risks Among Female Sex Workers Who Also Inject Drugs in Mexico

The investigators propose a highly efficient four-arm (factorial) trial to simultaneously test the efficacy of two behavioral interventions aimed at: - increasing condom use in the context of ongoing drug use and - decreasing needle and paraphernalia sharing among female sex workers who also inject drugs in two Mexican-U.S. border cities: Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez.

Diabetes Prevention for Mexican Americans

The purpose of this study is to test a culturally tailored lifestyle intervention designed to prevent, or delay onset of, T2DM in Mexican Americans with prediabetes. Half the participants take part in a lifestyle program that emphasizes preparing and eating healthy Mexican-American foods and increasing physical activity and the other half will take part in an "enhanced" usual care control group.

Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Among Older Mexican Americans

The purpose of this study is to examine complementary and alternative medicine use among older Mexican Americans and to determine how this use influences physical, functional, and mental health.

Study on Pressure Ulcers Prevention With Mepilex® Border Sacrum Dressing in Scheduled Cardiovascular Surgery

The study is a randomised controlled trial of patients admitted for a scheduled cardiac surgery at the Clermont-Ferrand hospital. Patients meeting the study inclusion criteria will be allocated to either the control group that will receive pressure ulcer prevention standard care or the intervention group that will receive pressure ulcer prevention standard care plus have a Mepilex® Border dressing applied to their sacrum.

Loss of a Healthy Weight Advantage Among Mexican-American Children

Although research indicates foreign-born Mexican-Americans possess a healthy weight advantage relative to U.S.-born Mexican-Americans, patterns are less clear for children and may be changing over time. The objective of this study was to examine whether the relationship between nativity and overweight/obesity has changed over time among Mexican-American children and to investigate the implications of this pattern on overweight/obesity disparities relative to non-Hispanic Whites...

Edtech-HPV: A Community Approach Using Education and Technology to Increase HPV Vaccination

This study is a two-arm randomized controlled trial, implemented to assess the effectiveness of a community-based educational program with and without a text messaging reminder system, in increasing the rate of HPV vaccination completion among children of Mexican Americans.

Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi--Cognitive (BASIC-Cognitive)

The Mexican American population in the U.S. is rapidly growing and aging. This project seeks to determine the prevalence and outcomes of cognitive impairment and dementia in Mexican Americans. It also seeks solutions to help patients with cognitive impairment and dementia and their caregivers get the resources they need.

Evaluation of a Self-adherent Absorbent Silver Dressing Coated With a Soft Silicone Layer After Elective Primary Total Hip or Knee Arthroplasty

The overall rationale for this investigation is to evaluate the clinical performance potential for Mepilex Border Post-Op Ag in the ability to minimize the risk of skin related post-operative wound complications such as blistering, maceration and redness at the incision and surrounding skin.

Prevention of School Dropout for Mexican American Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a family-based psychosocial intervention to prevent school disengagement and reduce the incidence of depression, conduct disorders, and school dropout for Mexican American adolescents.

Risk Communication Within Mexican-American Families

This study will examine what methods work best for encouraging Mexican-American family members to talk about their risk for diabetes, heart disease, breast cancer and colon cancer. Within the Mexican-American community, the family culture provides an important setting in which individuals interpret and share their health information and formulate strategies to engage in health-promoting behaviors. The information from the study will be used to design risk communication approach...

HLA and it Relation With the Development of Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy in Mexican Population

One of the first causes of irreversible blindness in mexican population is diabetic retinopathy which is clearly diferent between patients the time of evolution and development of retinopathy and complications. The aim of this study is to explore the inmunogenetic profile and the influence of HLA in this variations of the sickness to predict the severity of diabetic complications.

A Study of Border Line Cases of Velopharyngeal Incompetence Using Cephalometry and Nasofibroscopy

The aim of this work is to evaluate the role of cephalometry &nasofibroscopy as objective tools in order to confirm the diagnosis based upon the clinical judgment of border line cases suspected to have velopharyngeal incompetence or insufficiency.

Incidence of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Mexican Americans

To determine the incidence of type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease among Mexican-American and non-Hispanic whites in a 15 to 24 year follow-up of the San Antonio Heart Study 1 participants. Also, to perform a 15 to 24 year mortality follow-up of the cohort and to examine the "Hispanic paradox".

Multimodality Imaging Combined With Multiple Targets Pathological Examination for Detecting of Biological Borders of Gliomas: a Clinical Application Study

Knowledge of the spatial extent of gliomas is an essential prerequisite for the treatment planning. In particular, the localization of the border zone between tumor infiltrated and normal brain tissue is one of the major problems to be solved before beginning therapy. However, it is a well known problem that, in conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), it often is difficult to detect areas with low tumor infiltration, especially in gliomas, because of their infiltrative a...

'Keepin' It REAL in Mexico: An Adaptation and Multisite RCT Implementation of a Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum for Adolescents in Three Mexico Cities.

Sharp increases in substance use rates among youth in Mexico are a major concern, both in Mexico and the US. Although the Mexican government has elevated substance abuse prevention as a national priority, there are few school-based universal prevention programs to choose from that are culturally grounded, empirically tested, and shown to be efficacious. This study aims to address this gap by adapting, implementing, and testing the keepin' it REAL (kiR) prevention intervention i...

Developing a Text-Message Enhanced Physical Activity Intervention for Latino Men

The aim of this study is to build upon our tailored print intervention by developing new text-delivered intervention materials to complement our print-based physical activity (PA) intervention. In Phase 1 we will conduct 6 focus groups with Mexican and Mexican American (MA) men to determine content, frequency, and types of text messages desired, and to identify cultural themes to incorporate into existing and new materials. Themes from the focus groups and sample text messages ...

Evaluate Pharmacokinetics Of Two Different Pharmaceutical Oral Formulations Of Alprazolam And A Clonazepam Tablet In Mexican Healthy Population

To estimate the pharmacokinetics of single doses of benzodiazepines in Mexican adult healthy volunteers: a) alprazolam tablet extended release, b) alprazolam tablet immediate release, and clonazepam tablet.

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