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Urban Environmental Exposures and Childhood Cancer

The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized that organophosphorus pesticides require close regulation and continued monitoring for human health effects and some (e.g chlorpyrifos) have been phased-out from the consumer market due to the special risk that it posed for children. There is growing evidence in support of the association between pesticide exposure and childhood leukemia. Studies of pesticides and their association with childhood cancer have been limited by stu...

Occupational Exposure to Pesticides in the Prognosis of Lymphomas

The link between the products of synthetic chemistry and cancer is at the heart of much research. Recent work has identified the use of plant protection agents by farmers as a risk factor for developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma, including diffuse large B cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common histology. Different biological models were used to understand the role of pesticides in lymphomagenesis. To summarize, most pesticides act at the cellular and molecular level, on different ...

Effect of Treatment Dairy for Spasticity

1. Assessing whether the treatment diary can help optimize the overall treatment of patients. 2. To assess whether the patient finds the treatment diary useful and worth spending time on. Also if the patient finds it easier to evaluate the treatment and, if necessary, set new goals. 3. To assess whether the patient's quality of life is increased by the use of the treatment diary.

Analysis of De-identified Data From Commercially-available App Lose It!

The study team analyzed de-identified user data provided by the commercial app Lose It!, an entity of FitNow, Inc.

Community Based Prevention/Control Project

This project is aimed at better understanding how children living in agricultural environments are exposed to pesticides, and how such exposures can be prevented or reduced. The project will develop and implement a community-wide intervention to reduce the transfer of pesticides from the workplace to the home (take home pathway).

Pesticides--Health Fertility and Reproductive Risk

This project is designed to establish whether pesticides or other environmental agents have a role in the excess birth defects identified in the Red River Valley of Minnesota. In this human study, laboratory based health parameters will be used to key in health survey data. In vitro data will be developed to mechanistic information. Concordant results among these study features will provide a weight of evidence approach.

Impact of Antenatal Exposure to Pesticides on Neurophysiological Functions (Sleep, Respiration) of Preterm Neonates

During pregnancy, the foetus is therefore chronically exposed to a large number of substances. A number of studies have started to emphasize the effects of this antenatal exposure on the newborn infant's morphological parameters (weight, crown-rump length, etc.). However, in addition to these morphological effects, pesticides may also induce various effects on physiological functions, as some pesticides act as inhibitors of neurotransmitters involved in many nervous system regu...

Organochlorine Pesticide Exposure in Residents Near Lake Apopka

In the Lake Apopka, Florida area for over 50 years starting in the 1940s, organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) including DDT, dieldrin, chlordane, toxaphene and more recently methoxychlor were sprayed on farmlands in order to control pests and to improve crop harvests. For most of those years, the farmworkers were exposed to the pesticides as part of their work. Because of their lipophilic (fat soluble) nature, these organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) are readily taken up into the b...

Identifying Residential Hazards Using Home Test Kits

The purpose of this project is to help families and communities identify and reduce health risks from lead, pesticides and, ultimately, other environmental hazards. We have partnered with the Better Housing League and Baby’s Milk Fund in Cincinnati and nationally with the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning and the National Center for Lead Safe Housing. The first specific aim of this project is to evaluate a sampling kit for families to assess levels of lead and pesticid...

MecoExpo Study Protocol

The MecoExpo project seeks to evaluate the in utero exposure of newborns in the Picardie region to commonly used pesticides. These pesticides were selected in a pilot study (the Mecopic study) on the basis of their toxicity (effects on foetal development, endocrine perturbation, neurological toxicity and carcinogenicity) and a certain number of indicators of pesticide use and the presence of pesticide in the environment in Picardie. These substances (or their metabolites) will...

Farming and Movement Evaluation Study (FAME)

The long term goal of this research is to elucidate the cause(s) of Parkinson's disease, with a focus on environmental determinants. We propose to investigate the relationship between Parkinson's disease and exposure to pesticides and other factors by conducting a nested case-control study in the Agricultural Health Study.

Work-related Respiratory Symptoms in Champagne Vineyard Workers

Work related asthma and rhinitis are frequent diseases with a significant morbidity and a social and economic impact. Farmers are highly exposed to various inhaled agents such as organic or inorganic dust, endotoxin, micro-organisms, pollen, mites, moulds, animal danders and pesticides, inducing rhinitis, asthma, chronic bronchitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis and organic dust toxic syndrome. Work related respiratory symptoms are frequent in crop farmers. Allergic rhinitis and...

Organophosphate Pesticides and Human Reproductive Health

This prospective cohort study assesses the effects of exposure to organophosphate (OP) pesticides on adverse reproductive outcomes in both male and female agricultural workers in China. We will enroll women and their spouses, who are attempting to become pregnant, and observe reproductive endpoints including (1) semen parameters (concentration, total count, motility, progression and morphology), (2) menstrual disorders (oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea, polymenorrhea, intermenstrual ...

Pembrolizumab and Capecitabine in Treating Patients With Locally Advanced or Metastatic Triple Negative or Hormone-Refractory Breast Cancer That Cannot Be Removed by Surgery

The purpose of this study is to see whether a combination of two different drugs - pembrolizumab and capecitabine - is safe, and if it might be effective in treating triple negative and hormone-refractory breast cancer. Pembrolizumab is a type of drug that contains an antibody. Antibodies are the part of your immune system that finds things that don't belong in your body, such as bacteria or viruses. The antibody in pembrolizumab finds and blocks a protein, which allows your im...

Mechanisms of Weight Loss in Patients Diagnosed With Achalasia

Currently there are no existing data to determine why some achalasia patients lose weight while others do not. The purpose of this study is to gather data from patients diagnosed with achalasia to determine if differences may be identified between those who lose weight and those who do not that would help us better understand the mechanism of weight loss in this population.

Soy-Based Meal Replacement in Helping Women With Stage I, Stage II, or Stage III Breast Cancer in Complete Remission Lose Weight

RATIONALE: A diet using a soy-based meal replacement may help survivors of breast cancer lose weight and improve their quality of life. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying how well a soy-based meal replacement works in helping women with stage I, stage II, or stage III breast cancer in complete remission lose weight.

A Study to Investigate the Efficacy of LT-02 in Patients With Mesalazine Refractory Ulcerative Colitis

The participation in this clinical study will last approximately 21 weeks with a 1 week screening period and a 12 weeks treatment duration. If the study doctor finds, that the patients disease has significantly improved he/she will enter a treatment free follow-up period of 8 weeks. In total the study consists of 5 to 6 clinical visits (V1 - V6) and 1 telephone follow-up call.

Evaluation of Pesticide Exposure in the General Population

An association has been suggested with several diseases including cancer and IARC has classified several pesticides as carcinogenic, probably carcinogenic. There is a need for a better characterisation of environmental pesticides exposures and identification of suitable biomarkers of exposure and effect. A better understanding of the impact of pesticide exposure on metabolomic, transcriptomic and epigenetic changes, is essential to strengthen epidemiological hypotheses on the a...

PREDICT: Nutrigenetic Profile of Patients With Weight Loss Success

This observational study will investigate the potential clinical utility of the Pathway Fit® test by investigating whether patients who successfully lose weight (defined as losing at least 5% of body weight 8 weeks after initiation) in the MOVE! or TeleMOVE! Weight Management programs have a distinct nutrigenetic profile over those that were unable to lose a significant amount of weight. We will use electronic records to identify all individuals who have successfully completed...

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Stepped-Care Approach to Long-Term Weight Loss (The Step-Up Study)

The number of overweight and obese adults in the United States is increasing at a rapid rate. A "stepped-care" weight loss program, which at key times increases the frequency of contact between an individual trying to lose weight and the program staff, may be beneficial for achieving long-term weight loss. This study will compare a standard behavioral weight loss program with a "stepped-care" weight loss program in their abilities to help people who are overweight or obese to l...

A Virtual Support Pilot Program for Weight Loss Surgery Patients

Obesity affects over one-third of the US population, and is associated with serious medical problems like diabetes and heart disease. Weight loss surgery is the most effective treatment for obesity, but some weight loss surgery patients lose less weight than others, and some patients regain the weight they lost. Researchers have found that support groups help post-surgical patients lose more weight, but long-term support programs often aren't available or are difficult for pati...

Healthy Children and Environments Study

To reduce the risk of adverse health problems associated with chronic exposure to pesticides, a randomized control study will evaluate a nurse-led integrated pest management (IPM) intervention in 88 child care centers serving socio-economically and ethnically diverse preschool-age children in four California counties. Positive changes in IPM knowledge, policies, practices, pests, and pesticide exposure will be assessed.

Treating Type 2 Diabetes by Reducing Postprandial Glucose Elevations: A Paradigm Shift in Lifestyle Modification

Conventional lifestyle modification in the management of type 2 diabetes focuses on weight loss, through caloric restriction and exercise, to reduce insulin resistance. This approach is limited because some people either do not need to lose weight, do not want to lose weight, cannot lose weight, or cannot maintain weight loss over a lifetime. This study proposes to evaluate the effectiveness of a lifestyle modification that focuses on reducing post-meal blood glucose (BG) eleva...

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Motivations for Weight Loss

This study tests the effects of emphasizing different motivations for wanting to lose weight on weight loss maintenance in women. At the start of the study, participants will be weighed and will complete questionnaires about their health, weight history, eating and exercise habits, body satisfaction and mood. Participants will then be randomly assigned to 1 of 4 treatments. Participants in all 4 groups will receive information on topics related to eating and exercise, and will ...

Pesticide Associated Lymphomas: Expression of Treatment Resistance Genes

Lymphomagenesis is partially known, and some risk factor are identified like those inducing immune deficiencies: chronic exposure to HIV, immune suppressor therapies or commun variable immunodeficiency. Parts of the mechanisms leading to NHL development after pesticide exposure are the disruption of immune surveillance against cancer cell. Pro-oncogenic action of metabolites is the most important mechanisms of action for pesticides. Thus, pesticides are metabolized in pro-oxida...

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