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Evaluating the Efficacy of the Feeding Exercise Trial in Adolescents (FETA Project) in Central Greece

The Feeding-Exercise Trial in Adolescents (FETA) was a randomised controlled intervention study designed to promote healthy weight in overweigh and obese adolescents through a professional-delivered, community-based program with active parents' involvement, focused on supervised physical activity and structured nutritional education. The aim of FETA was to test the efficacy of two intervention groups- physical activity in isolation and combination of physical activity with prov...


Evaluation of the BOKS Before-school Physical Activity Program

BOKS, Build Our Kids' Success, is a before-school physical activity program that has been implemented in over 2,000 elementary and middle schools. Students participate in the program for 12 weeks, two or three mornings per week for about 1 hour per session. This study if a non-randomized control trial seeking to 1) examine the extent to which participation in the before-school BOKS program improves, health, well-being, and performance, and 2) compare the results of a two-day-pe...

Pink Warrior—Support Group Toolkit for Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer survivors, from diagnosis until the end of life, go through many transitions. One major transition is the significant decrease of physical activity immediately after diagnosis. Despite the known benefits of physical activity—speeding recovery time and reduced cancer recurrence risk—only 1 in 3 survivors met physical activity recommendations of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week. Physical activity interventions have shown effectiveness in helpi...


Physical Activity in the Medical Workplace

Decreased physical activity is not only associated with multiple chronic medical conditions, including obesity, but also with depressed mood, and other negative emotions. As many employed adults spend a great deal of time at work where we are predominantly sedentary, strategies to increase physical activity at work are being pursued to help improve the physical and mental health of Americans. This 17 week randomized controlled trial will investigate changes of occupational phys...

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Reproductive Health Outcomes by Method of Breast Milk Feeding

The purpose of this research is to determine whether there are differences in ovarian suppression between women who are feeding at the breast compared with women who are pumping. - In the main study, the aim is to compare reproductive health outcomes, including amenorrhea rates, duration of lactation, and resumption of sexual activity, between mothers who are exclusively breastfeeding (i.e. feeding at the breast) and those who are pumping after a term or pret...

The Breast Cancer & Physical Activity Level (BC-PAL) Pilot Study

The Breast Cancer & Physical Activity Level (BC-PAL) pilot study is a randomized controlled pilot trial aimed at evaluating whether total physical activity levels, health-related fitness and patient reported outcomes are improved by promoting different intensities of physical activity participation within a home-based setting, and whether these improvements are maintained over the long-term, in inactive breast cancer survivors.

Diet-Induced-Obesity Resistant Phenotypes in Humans

Background: - Obesity is the result of many factors, including genetics and lifestyle, such as over-eating high-calorie foods and not being physically active. Obesity affects approximately one third of adults in the United States. Researchers often study individuals who are already overweight and obese, but another approach is to examine people who stay thin despite eating whatever they want and not exercising. Studying these thin individuals will enhance understanding o...

Intervention Centered on Adolescents’ Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior (ICAPS)

Physical activity is thought to be a key element in preventing the obesity epidemic and the associated cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. However population-based studies directed at promoting physical activity in youth have shown limited success in obesity prevention. The aim of this study is to assess whether an intervention integrating socioecological changes, which has the potential to induce sustained changes in physical activity, prevents overweight and cardiovascular...

Community Volunteers Promoting Physical Activity Among Cancer Survivors

Physical activity programs, when offered in research settings, have been shown to improve quality of life and reduce fatigue among breast cancer survivors. The investigators are training Reach to Recovery volunteers at the American Cancer Society (New England Division) to provide a 12-week telephone-based physical activity program (RTR Plus) for breast cancer survivors. The comparison group of survivors will receive Reach to Recovery services (RTR). Physical activity, fatigu...

Adapted Physical Activity Study

An uncontrolled, non-randomized, open-plan, multi-centre study of treatment and therapeutic education in endocrinology-diabetes-Nutrition that seeks to assess the interest of an adapted physical activity educator for the implementation In place of physical activities in the management and prevention of overweight and obesity. The proposed study seeks to promote the physical activity (PA) to patients and employees, including the encouragement of physical activity in a guided and...

Effect of a Goal Setting Intervention on Exercise in Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer: An Exploration of The Lipogenic Pathway

This study is a randomized prospective clinical trial of women with metastatic breast cancer. The purpose of the study is to test if an intervention of regular physical activity review and physical activity goal setting will allow the subjects to achieve a moderate increase in physical activity of 6,000 steps per week. The physical activity review will consist of weekly telephone call to inquire about symptoms and to set physical activity goals. The study will also look to s...

Strategies to Promote Physical Activity

Getting regular physical activity has many health benefits. Current physical activity programs often encourage people to track their physical activity as a way to motivate them to continue being physically active over time. However, not everyone enjoys physical activity, so tracking physical activity may not be very motivating. This research study will evaluate whether a new program—specifically designed to enhance people's enjoyment of physical activity—improves people's a...

Weight Loss Diet in Obesity With Metabolic Syndrome

Concomitant interventions included lifestyle modification with a personally tailored program of diet as detailed below and physical activity adjusted for age and specific physical limitations, targeting engagement in physical activity of at least 150 minutes/week. Lipid lowering and or blood pressure lowering drugs were prescribed as needed according to guideline-assisted medical practice. Patients were seen by a physician every 3 month. The dietitian had a weekly meeting with ...

Multi-media Obesity Prevention Program for Adolescents

The objective of this project was to evaluate a population-based, computerized tailored intervention that addresses recommended guidelines for three target behaviors related to obesity risk: physical activity (at least 60 minutes on at least 5 days per week), fruit and vegetable consumption (at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day), and limited TV viewing (2 hours or less of TV each day).

Time Restricted Feeding and Metabolic Rhythms

Current guidelines for the prevention and treatment of obesity focus on caloric restriction diets and increasing physical activity, but long-term compliance to these strategies is poor. The timing of meal intake relative to the light-dark and sleep-wake cycle is rarely considered in metabolic health; and modifying meal timing is likely easier to implement in daily life than reducing caloric intake and/or increasing physical activity. This project will test whether restricting t...

Obesity Intervention Program for University Students

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of preventive nursing interventions, which consist of education / practices including of healthy eating and physical activity and motivational messages which sent through social media to reduce obesity risk in university students who in the risk group for obesity.

The Leisure-time Activity and Nutrition Program

The purpose of this investigation is to conduct an 8-week pilot study to examine the effects of two different leisure-time activity prescriptions on dietary intake, leisure-time activities, and weight loss in 30 adults receiving an 8-week behavioral weight loss intervention.

Physical Activity Intervention for Young Cancer Survivors

The proposed mixed methods pilot study will enroll 20 young breast cancer survivors into a 12-week technology-based, remotely-delivered, peer-moderated physical activity program to examine the effects of the intervention on objectively measured physical activity and multiple aspects of quality of life; and conduct qualitative analyses to refine the intervention for a future randomized controlled trial.

A Home-Based Study to Enhance Activity in Breast Cancer Survivors

There is a well-documented association between physical activity & risk for breast cancer development and recurrence. It is known that exercise interventions have been effective at increasing physical activity levels in breast cancer survivors. Knowing that breast cancer survivors are less active than non-cancer patients, a less active lifestyle places them at risk of obesity and poor overall health, which in turn also increases risk of cancer and cancer recurrence. Not all the...

Life ImproVed by Exercise (LIVE Trial)

This is a prospective randomized controlled trial in which patients with previous breast cancer will be randomized into two treatment arms: 1. Control Group of Usual Physical Activity 2. Intervention Group of Increased Physical Activity No specific intervention will be performed In the patients randomized in the control group. Patients randomized in the Intervention group will receive a program of increased physical activity starting from 5000 steps/day up to 1200...

Walk to School and Physical Activity

The purpose of the proposed study is to determine the effect of walking to school for one week on total physical activity and patterns of physical activity in third, fourth and fifth grade students.

Physical Activity and Childhood Obesity

To measure associations between physical activity and obesity in a large, population-based cohort of children.

Social Incentives To Encourage Physical Activity and Understand Predictors

This study tests the effectiveness of three social incentive-based gamification interventions to increase physical activity using a 24-week intervention period with a 12-week follow-up.

Efficacy of Increasing Physical Activity to Reduce Children's Visceral Fat

The purpose of this trial is to examine whether adding greater physical activity to standard family-based behavioral pediatric obesity treatment decreases the amount of visceral fat among treated overweight children.

Early Breast Feeding and Glucose Levels in High Risk Newborns

Early breast feeding has shown to be important to mother-infant bonding and is associated with longer duration of breast feeding. However, little data is available regarding its contribution to glucose levels in the newborn infants. Newborns that are at risk to develop hypoglycemia may benefit from early breast feeding if this appears to prevent post-partum hypoglycemia.


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