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Effects of Pesticide Exposure on Neurodevelopment/Growth/Respiratory Health

Exposure and health study of pesticide and allergen exposures to pregnant women and children. Intervention study is planned after assessment is completed.


Reducing Pesticide Exposure in Minority Families

This is a community-based participatory research program focusing on pesticide contamination in migrant farmworker families.

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...


Pesticide Exposure Pathways for Farmworker Children

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 current project will characterize pesticide exposure pathways for children of farmworkers.

Reducing Farmworkers Exposure to Agricultural Chemicals

The goal of this project is to develop and test the effectiveness of a Lay Health Advisor program to teach migrant and seasonal farmworkers about pesticide safety in their homes. This is a community-based collaborative research project in which we first conduct in-depth interviews with farmworkers to learn about their knowledge and beliefs relative to pesticide exposure in the home, and, second, develop the content of the Lay Health Advisor program based on this formative infor...

Impact of Oocytes With CLCG on ICSI Outcomes and Their Potential Relation to Pesticide Exposure

Oocyte quality is a key limiting factor in female fertility which is primarily reflected in morphological features. Centrally located cytoplasm granulation (CLCG) is one type of cytoplasmic dimorphism exhibited by oocytes that could be linked to pesticide exposure with a significant risk of decreased ICSI outcomes. This retrospective study included 633 women who were part of an intracytoplasmic spermatozoa injection (ICSI) program between 2009 and 2011. The participants lived ...

Efficacy and Safety of Summers Non-Pesticide Lice Asphyxiator (L.A.)for the Treatment of Head Lice

A Multi-center, Randomized, Vehicle Controlled, Double Blind Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Summers Non-Pesticide Lice Asphyxiator (L.A.) for the treatment of Head Lice.

Efficacy and Safety of Summers Non-Pesticide Lice Asphyxiator (L.A.)for the Treatment of Head Lice

Summers Laboratories has developed a non-pesticide treatment for head lice. Lice Asphyxiator (L.A.) works by mechanically blocking the respiratory spiracles of the head lice, therefore causing a quick-acting suffocation that will not result in the development of resistance. The objectives of this open label study are to evaluate the efficacy and safety of home use of two 10-minute treatments of 5% L.A. (applied one week apart).

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...

Weight-based Dosing in Hemophilia A

Hemophilia A is an inherited (genetic) disease where a protein, factor VIII (FVIII), which promotes blood clotting is missing or does not work properly. Individuals with hemophilia A are at risk for bleeding. Bleeding is prevented and/or treated with recombinant factor VIII (rFVIII), which is an FDA-approved treatment for Hemophilia A. Obesity is common among patients with hemophilia. Some studies have shown that obese hemophilia patients may be able to prevent bleeding with a ...

Community-Based Environmental Health Intervention

This community-based project, called the Together for Agricultural Safety project, was developed to help farmworkers reduce their exposure to dangerous agricultural chemicals (such as pesticides) through education and social marketing. The project is a partnership of university researchers and the Farmworkers Association of Florida. After collecting extensive data from farmworkers, health providers and farm owners about primary means of pesticide exposure we are collaboratively...

Impact of Exposure to Persistent Organic Pollutants During Pregnancy on the Composition of Breast Milk and Consequences on the Newborn

Epidemiological studies link early exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) with health consequences in the newborn. Experimental studies have shown the impact of POPs on the gut microbiota. This project aims to characterize the POPs content in breast milk in an exposed population and to evaluate the impact on breast milk composition and intestinal microbiota establishment in the newborn. The health consequences will be evaluated by the clinical follow-up of the newborn...

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...

Evaluating a Novel Method of EEG Evoked Response Potential Analysis in Concussion Assessment, Young Adults and Adults

Concussion is widely recognized as a major public health concern in the United States and worldwide. Although many concussions resolve completely and spontaneously, almost 1 in 4 patients will go on to experience post-concussion syndrome (PCS). In the United States, PCS diagnoses have increased 100% from 2010-2015. Concurrently, recent advances in EEG evoked response potential analysis have led to a novel technique for assessing brain network activation (BNA) patterns. The purp...

Development & Validation of Utilities for Health States Relevant to Cervical Cancer Patients

Purposes of this study: 1) To define comprehensive set of descriptive health states related to treatment of cervical cancer (e.g. radical hysterectomy, whole pelvic radiation, brachytherapy, chemoradiation) 2) To define set of descriptive health states related to adverse events associated w treatment of cervical cancer (i.e. bladder dysfunction, pain, enteritis, fistula formation) & 3) To derive, using a validated method, a set of QoL related utility scores corresponding to the...

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...

Functional Interval Training for Veterans Exercising Through Telehealth.

Most Veterans living with HIV are 50 years of age or older and can expect to live more than 20 years longer with HIV medication. However, despite this success, Veterans living with HIV are more likely to have age-related diseases and loss of fitness and muscle that place them at increased risk for disability. This is a major priority for the VHA, the largest provider of HIV care in the United States. The goal of this study is to test a circuit exercise program in Veterans livin...

Influence of Corn Farming on the Immune System

This study will look for links between corn farming practices and short-term changes in immune function in farmers throughout the growing season. It will examine biologic effects associated with specific pesticide exposures and general planting activities, such as tillage. Farmers have an increased risk of non-Hodgkin s lymphoma and certain other blood cancers such as multiple myeloma and leukemia, but the reasons for this increase have not been identified. Findings of this s...

Schistosomiasis in Senegal

Schistosomiasis is a flatworm transmitted from freshwater snails to humans in the tropics. In addition to this infectious disease, tropical developing countries are faced with malnutrition. We propose to alter pesticide and compost use to reduce schistosomiasis and maintain or even improve crop production.

Helping In-patients to Quit Smoking by Understanding Their Risk Perception, Behavior, and Attitudes Related to Smoking

This study aims at understanding the needs and concerns of Chinese current smoking patients, including their risk perceptions, and the behavior, attitudes, and experiences related to smoking and smoking cessation. Specifically, how smokers overcome withdrawal symptoms and cigarette cravings, as a result of banning on smoking in hospitals, will be explored. In addition, whether smokers will stop, resume or continue smoking after hospitalization will be investigated.

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...

Baby Albert: Electronic Cigarette Pharmacokinetics (PK) and Abuse Liability

The overall aim of the current research is to understand purchasing and product choice behaviors of tobacco/nicotine users if banning the sale of fully nicotinized cigarettes were to go into effect. A sample of up to 20 current cigarette users (n=10) and dual e-cigarette and combustible cigarette users (n=10) who are willing to try an alternative nicotine-delivery device will be recruited. They will complete the screening visit, visit 1 and 2 preceded by 12 hours of nicotine/to...

Fit Child - Clinical Study on Weight Control

Children with abnormal weight development of BMI will be given either placebo or a probiotic protein formula and measures of weigh gain during a 3-mont treatment will be conducted

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Pesticide Exposure and Health Status in North Carolina African American Male Farmers and Farm Workers

We propose to conduct a study to increase our understanding of farming practices and of the potential for previous exposure to DDT in North Carolina African American male agricultural workers, a group especially likely to have had high DDT exposure. Because of potentially widespread DDT exposure from agricultural activities, African American farmers and farm workers may be uniquely at risk for any associated health effects. However, little is known about levels of pesticide e...

Efficacy and Safety of Summers Non-Pesticide Lice Asphyxiator (L.A.)for the Treatment of Head Lice.

This is a multi-center, randomized, double blind, vehicle controlled, study designed to evaluate the pediculicidal activity of Summers 5% L.A. compared to a vehicle control.


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