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Aerobic Exercise and Inhibitory Control

Although more than half of Canadian smokers in 2015 attempted to quit, with one-third attempting more than once, successful smoking cessation (quitting) remains a challenge. Relapse (return to smoking) has been attributed to failures in inhibitory control. Inhibitory control is the ability to suppress actions. Previous studies have identified that aerobic exercise improves inhibitory control and reduces the urge to smoke. This study will examine whether an acute bout of moderat...

Lupron Sex Offender Therapy

This study compared cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy with leuprolide acetate (LA) to cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy with saline injections for 12 months. Five white male pedophiles (M age, 50 years; range, 36-58) volunteered for a two-year study. LA was administered by Depo injection (7 mg initially, then 22.5 mg every 3 mos) for 12 months, followed by saline placebo. Effects of LA on testosterone levels, sexual interest preference by visual reaction time (Abel Assessm...

Efficacy of a Positive Psychology Intervention Through a Mobile App

The aim of this study is to analyze the efficacy of several variations of an already validated Positive Psychology Intervention (PPI) called Best Possible Self in not flourishing population. This will be done through a mobile app specially designed for this aim. Concretely, the design will permit to compare the classic intervention (BPS Future), a new variation (BPS Past), and a combination of both components (BPS Past+Future). Participants will be randomly assigned to ...

Treatment for Nicotine Addiction in Women

The purpose of this study is to use a medication tolcapone and or placebo to test if the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal lessens , and or changes in smoking urges, and mental reasoning in female smokers over a 72 hour period.

Risk Factors of SUDEP

Numerous studies over the past decade have shown without any doubt that there is a higher mortality risk in patients with epilepsy than in the general population. The cause of death may be related to the cause of epilepsy, being directly related to a seizure (status epilepticus or sudden unexpected death in epilepsy; SUDEP), a consequence of seizures (accidents, etc), other associated pathologies (cancer, cardiovascular disease, ischemic heart disease, pneumonia, etc) or an ass...

Perineural Catheter Insertion Distance for Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks

This is a research study to determine if the effects of continuous peripheral nerve blocks are influenced by the distance of insertion past the needle tip of the perineural catheter.

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Brain Vascular Disease in Aging and Dementia

This study examines the factors that may drive the relationship between vascular disease and Alzheimer's Disease in a large, longitudinal, multi-ethnic community-based cohort study of older adults in northern Manhattan, New York. In past research, the investigators demonstrated that accumulation of brain vascular disease is associated with risk for development of AD. The study now extends the research to examine how brain vascular disease and AD interact. In this pilot study, t...

Randomized Clinical Trial of Phonological Interventions

Recent research reveals genetic and symptomatic overlap among children with speech sound disorders (i.e., those who (misarticulate more sounds than would be expected for their age) and children with dyslexia (i.e., those who struggle to learn to read). Children who have speech sound disorders as preschoolers are at risk for the later emergence of dyslexia, a risk that often reveals itself in the form of poor phonological awareness skills during the preschool period. Traditional...

Investigation of Naltrexone for Pathological Gambling

The investigators plan to investigate the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of the opioid antagonist naltrexone in Pathological Gambling. We hypothesize that naltrexone will be superior to placebo in reducing gambling urges and behavior, when combined with adjuvant non-pharmacological treatment as usual.

Proteomic Analysis Reveals Innate Immune Activity In Intestinal Transplant Dysfunction

Many patients with intestinal failure require intestinal transplantation for survival. Currently, the gold standard for diagnosing acute cellular rejection (ACR) is histological examination of endoscopic biopsies, which are taken invasively and lack sensitivity. A non-invasive method of monitoring for ACR is needed.

Impact of Varenicline on Blood-Oxygen-Level Dependent (BOLD) Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Activation on Smokers

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of varenicline treatment on cue induced craving to smoking using brain imaging. The investigators hypothesize that participants will report reduced urges to smoke and will have less activation in parts of the brain associated with craving.

Effect of Ghrelin on Glucose Metabolism After Bariatric Surgery

The purpose of this study is to determine if the altered nutrient exposure to the GI tract after bariatric surgery reveals a negative incretin effect of ghrelin.

Dental and Oral Finding in Israeli Children With Past Intrauterine Growth Retardation (IUGR)

oral status and early childhood caries (ecc) in israeli children with past IUGR

CHIPs or College Health Intervention Projects

The goal of the study is to test the efficacy of brief clinician advice in reducing the frequency of high-risk drinking and alcohol-related harm in a population of college students seeking care at five university health care clinics. High-risk drinking is defined as 1) 8 or more episodes of heavy drinking (5 or more drinks in a row) in the past 28 days for male and female students, and/or 2) 50 drinks for male and 40 drinks for female students in the past 28 days, and/or 3) 15 ...

Trial of Aripiprazole in Trichotillomania

No medication has been reliably shown to benefit those suffering from trichotillomania (compulsive hair pulling). The current study proposes to evaluate the effectiveness of the medication aripiprazole for treatment of trichotillomania (TTM). Patients will take a gradually increased dose of the medication in an open-label study to see whether it relieves hair-pulling urges, decreases hair pulling behavior and is well tolerated.

Early Effects of a New Oral Nicotine Replacement Product and NiQuitin™ Lozenge

A comparison of two products for oral nicotine replacement with respect to relief of urges to smoke after single doses of nicotine.

Efficacy of Pulmonary Vein Isolation Alone in Patients With Persistent Atrial Fibrillation

This study examines non-inferiority of pulmonary vein isolation (PVI) for persistent atrial fibrillation (AF) to extensive ablation; and reveals the effect of the presence or origin of AF trigger on outcomes of catheter ablation.

Incentivized Smoking Cessation for Diabetics

This pilot study aims to test the feasibility of providing incentives to patients with T2D contingent on remote biochemical verification using a smartphone carbon monoxide (CO) monitor. The investigators will use an ecological momentary assessment (EMA) smartphone application and CO sensor to monitor urges to smoke, stressors, smoking behaviors, and to validate continuous abstinence throughout the intervention. Two different contingency management structures will be explored to...

Efficacy of Different Versions of the Best Possible Self Intervention

The aim of this study is to analyze the efficacy of several variations of an already validated Positive Psychology Intervention (PPI) called Best Possible Self, using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in general population. Participants are randomly assigned to one of 4 conditions: BPS PAST condition, BPS PRESENT condition, BPS FUTURE condition, and CONTROL condition (daily activities).

Trial to Assess Response to Oral Vitamin D3 Supplementation in Obese Individuals

This study is an extension of an earlier study of vitamin D supplementation conducted on normal weight individuals by Dr. John Aloia of the Bone Mineral Research Division at Winthrop University Hospital. The investigators plan to compare the response to vitamin D supplementation in obese individuals with the response already measured in normal weight individuals. The same dosing schedule of vitamin supplementation will be used as in the past. The doses used in the past have de...

Cellular Immunotherapy for Immune Tolerance in Past Recipients of HLA Zero-mismatch, Living Donor Kidney Transplants

The primary objective of this study is to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of cellular immunotherapy with MDR-103 for induction of functional immune tolerance in past recipients of human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-matched, living donor kidney transplants.

Naloxone for Optimizing Hypoxemia Of Lung Donors

Brain-dead patients who provide authorization for organ donation will be randomized to naloxone or placebo if baseline arterial blood gas (ABG, after initiation of OPO management) reveals hypoxemia (PF ratio < 300), unless they have already been ruled-out for lung recovery. Investigators aim to assess whether naloxone improves oxygenation prior to organ recovery more than placebo.

Neurofeedback & Alcohol Dependence

The study aims to examine whether the neurofeedback method (based on functional magnetic resonance imaging [fMRI]) can help patients with alcohol dependence to control their urges to drink alcohol and thus to remain abstinent. Potential effects of neurofeedback on abstinence and drinking behaviour will be evaluated based on the comparison between a group of patients receiving multiple sessions of neurofeedback training and a group of patients receiving treatment as usual over...

Study of Patients With Male Breast Cancer Treated Within the Past 20 Years

RATIONALE: Gathering medical information and tumor samples from patients with male breast cancer may help doctors learn more about the disease. PURPOSE: This clinical trial will study medical charts and tumor samples from patients with male breast cancer treated within the past 20 years.

Double-Blind Naltrexone in Compulsive Sexual Behavior

The goal of the proposed study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of naltrexone in compulsive sexual behavior. Twenty subjects with DSM-IV compulsive sexual behavior will receive 8 weeks of naltrexone or placebo. The hypothesis to be tested is that naltrexone will be effective in reducing the urges to act out sexually in patients with compulsive sexual behavior. The proposed study will provide needed data on the treatment of a disabling disorder that currently lacks a clear...

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