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Children With ADHD and ADHD-like Symptoms and Target Shooting Sport in Danish Shooting Associations.

Practising target shooting sport requires focused attention and motoric steadiness. Parental reports suggest that children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) benefit from participating in target shooting sport in Danish Shooting Associations. Aim: This study aims at examining if and to which extent target shooting sport in children with attention difficulties reduces parent- and teacher-reported severity of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, and...


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Church-based HIV Screening: Taking It to the Pews

The primary aim of this study is to fully test a culturally/religiously-tailored, church-based HIV screening intervention (TIPS) against a standard HIV information intervention on HIV screening rates at 6 and 12 months with adult African American church members and community members who use church outreach services. Our secondary outcome is to reduce sexual risk behaviors with this same population.

Peer Support Dyads in Churches

The purpose of this study is to explore how working with a partner can influence participation in a church wellness program. There are many different types of church wellness programs. Church members are more likely to participate and achieve goals in these programs when they have peer support. The researcher would like to know what African American men and women think about working with a support partner. This information will help researchers design better church wellness pro...


The Church as a Bridge to Deliver Health Resources Via Telehealth

The proposed Church Bridge intervention project will provide an innovative, evidence-based and technology supported, health intervention model for Southern, African American, and rural populations who continue to be disparately burdened by obesity and associated co-morbidities (i.e., hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease). By targeting young adults (21-50 years of age) with families, the project will contribute to the long-term reduction of preventable chronic disease ...

The Impact of Texas Senate Bill 42 on Middle School Children's Level of Physical Activity

The purpose of this study was twofold: 1) to assess awareness of and adherence to Texas SB42 among a representative sample of public middle schools in Texas; and 2) to assess the impact of SB42 on the frequency of school PE class, the quality of school PE, and prevalence of child self-reported physical activity behaviors and child overweight along the Texas-Mexico border.

Health and Faith (Salud y Fe): Community-Based Diabetes Pilot Intervention

Main objective: To improve diabetes outcomes among Mexican-Americans with diabetes through church-based, culturally tailored, diabetes self-management interventions linked to the local healthcare system. Specific Aim: To pilot test a church-based, culturally tailored diabetes self-management intervention to improve diabetes outcomes among low-income Mexican-American with diabetes H1 A church-based diabetes self-care management curriculum partnered with the local healthc...

Effect of Violent First-Person Shooter (FPS) Video Games on Shooting Accuracy

The present research tests the effects of violent shooting games on behavior within the game (Pilot Study) and on behavior after the game is turned off (Experiment Proper). The Experiment Proper is an exact replication of a previous study conducted in our lab that was retracted (see citation), but with a larger sample to get more reliable results (N=287 rather than N=151).

Feasibility of Providing Computerized CBT in the Black Church

The investigator will conduct a pilot study evaluating the feasibility and acceptability of providing a computer-based program (CBT4CBT), used for the treatment of substance use disorders, in a church setting.

A Church Based Intervention to Improve Diabetes Care

The purpose of this study it to determine if a culturally appropriate, church based intervention for African Americans with type 2 diabetes, will lead to improved glycemic (blood sugar) control.

Effectiveness of a Church-Based Program at Increasing Physical Activity and Healthy Dietary Habits in African Americans

Obese African Americans are at risk for diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Church-based interventions have the potential to positively influence the health habits and behaviors of a large percentage of African Americans. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a church-based program that emphasizes increased physical activity and healthy dietary habits among members of predominately African American churches in South Carolina.

Deformable Registration of Multi-parametric MRI to Intra-operative Transrectal Ultrasound for Prostate Brachytherapy

Objective: To focus the high dose radiation to the gross tumor in the prostate while maintaining adequate dose for control of microscopic disease elsewhere in the prostate. In order to test the incorporation of the robust MRI and TRUS fusion algorithm in the clinical setting the investigators planned a study of Focused therapy with a primary endpoint of accurate localization of the high risk region. This is a pilot study of dose painted permanent I-125 seed implant to v...

Delivering Church-based Interventions to Reduce Stigma and Mental Health Treatment Disparities Among Latinos

This study is a cluster randomized controlled trial of a Latino church-based intervention in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties. This study aims to leverage the collective resources of Latino religious congregations and the National Alliance on Mental Illness to test the effectiveness of a multi-component intervention directed at reducing stigma, increasing mental health literacy, and improving access to mental health services.

KSHV Infection in Blood Donors From Texas

To determine the seroprevalence of Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV/HHV8) in blood donors from Texas. Also to examine the donors' demographic characteristics and to characterize the KSHV using polymerase chain reaction.

Travelling for Rights

This will be a retrospective cohort study comparing women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in Texas and women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in New Mexico .

Egg White for Phosphorus Control in Haemodialysis Patients

To evaluate the effect on phosphatemia in hemodialysis patients of replacing the meat or fish included in two meals a week with an amount of egg white containing the same quantity of proteins.

Burke-Hocoma Efficiency Study

The ArmeoSpring device is an exoskeleton (3 joints and 6 degrees of freedom) with integrated springs. The investigators hypothesize that 3 days of training for 6 weeks with the Hocoma Armeo Spring device will be efficient and more effective than one on one ArmeoSpring therapy.

Training Church Leaders in Mental Health First Aid

The purpose of this study is to train Church Leaders and other community members in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), which is an evidence-based public mental health education program. MHFA has been found to improve people's recognition of emotional and mental health challenges and to increase people's confidence in providing help to others. Information about MHFA can be accessed at http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org. MHFA consists an 8-hour training program in which participan...

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 ...

Various Serving Sizes of Lentils on Blood Glucose and Insulin

The purpose of this study is to assess the effects of consuming either 1/2 or 1/4 cup servings of lentils on post-prandial blood glucose and insulin as compared to 4 types of starchy foods (corn, macaroni, white potato, white rice).

A Communication Tool to Assist Severely Injured Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to test the effect of the "Best Case/Worse Case" (BC/WC) communication tool on the quality of communication with older patients admitted to two trauma units. The intervention was developed and tested with acute care surgical patients at the University of Wisconsin (UW) and we are now testing whether the intervention will work in a different setting. We will test the intervention with severely injured older adults at Oregon Health Sciences University...

Combination Probiotic: BB-12 With LGG (Different Doses) in Treating Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

This protocol is a blinded randomized controlled study of the effects of BB-12 with LGG at different doses in 70 healthy children with autism spectrum disorders at lower and higher doses over an 56-day period and a 28- day observation period. The study is being conducted in order to assess safety and tolerability of the probiotic (BB-12 with LGG) at 2 different doses of BB-12 with LGG. Identifying effects on behaviors in healthy children with ASD using SRS-2 and ABC, GI symptom...

Measuring Auto-fluorescence of White Corpuscles for the Early Diagnosis and the Monitoring of Pneumonia in ICU

The diagnosis of pneumonia is challenging in Intensive Care Unit. The auto-fluorescence of white corpuscles is altered during pneumonia. In presence of bacterial growth on lung samples, the measure of autofluorescence of white corpuscles could help the clinicians to discriminate bacterial colonization from acute infection.

Implementation of Evidence-Based Cancer Early Detection in Black Churches

The aim of the proposed project is to identify an optimal implementation strategy using a set of evidence-based interventions that aim to increase early detection of breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer among African Americans as a model. These three interventions will be packaged and interwoven into a single branded project, Project HEAL (Health through Early Awareness and Learning) which will be delivered through trained Community Health Advisors (CHA) in African-American ...

Vemurafenib and White Blood Cell Therapy for Advanced Melanoma

Background: - One possible treatment for advanced melanoma involves collecting white blood cells from the person with cancer and growing them in a laboratory. The cells can then be given back to the donor. This study will use this white blood cell treatment with the cancer treatment drug vemurafenib. Vemurafenib targets melanoma cells that have a mutation in the B-raf gene, and may be able to make them shrink. Objectives: - To see if vemurafenib and white blood c...

Cytapheresis of Volunteer Donors

Background: - National Institute on Aging researchers are looking at studies that require large numbers of white blood cells for lab use. Standard blood samples do not provide enough white blood cells for these studies. Researchers want to use cytapheresis to collect white blood cells from volunteer donors. This procedure can collect larger amounts of white blood cells and reduce the amount of fluid and other cells that are lost. Objectives: - To use cytapheresis...


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