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Obesity Study to Assess Induction of Labor

There are more and more pregnant women who are obese. It is very difficult for obese women to get into labor. That is why when women are obese, half are likely to need a Cesarean delivery(C-section). Unfortunately, C-sections are more dangerous for obese women. There may be a combination of issues that cause obese women to need C-sections. We believe one of those reasons is that the womb of obese women respond differently to medications and devices compared to non-obese women. ...

Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Risk in Postmenopausal Women:the SHAPE Study

Purpose of the SHAPE study is to examine the effects of an 1-year exercise programme on endogenous hormone levels associated with breast cancer among sedentary postmenopausal women and whether a decrease in intra-abdominal fat is associated with a lowering of these hormone levels.

Project Andale--Increasing Exercise in Hispanic Women

To determine the differential effectiveness of a culturally tailored program to shape and maintain moderate intensity physical activity and to improve cardiorespiratory fitness among low SES sedentary Latino women.

Helping Women Stay Up-To-Date With Cancer Screening By Using a Prevention Care Manager or Usual Care

RATIONALE: Women may stay up-to-date with cancer screening if a health professional helps them overcome barriers to screening, including helping them to schedule cancer screening appointments. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying the use of health professional-tailored telephone support compared with usual care from their personal doctor to help women overcome barriers to screening for colorectal, cervical, and breast cancer.

Foot and Ankle Edema Post-Cesarean Delivery

Some women develop swollen feet and ankles after a cesarean delivery. These women will often complain that their shoes are too tight and their feet may become numb or they may have some tingling in their feet. Currently we do not know for sure that foot swelling occurs after a cesarean delivery and if it does what the cause is. If we find that feet do swell after a cesarean delivery we may be able to suggest a cause. This may in the future prevent women developing exces...

Women's Initiative Supporting Health Increasing Healthcare Access

Women recently released (RR women) from incarceration constitute a vulnerable group characterized by high rates of untreated HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), substance use disorder (SUD), mental health (MH) disorders and trauma. This interconnected syndemic requires helping RR women to overcome multiple internal and structural care barriers. This R34 builds on work conducted by the PI in a NIDA-funded K23 project, in which an intervention called Women's Initiativ...

Iron Status in Women of Reproductive Age Reproductive Age

Analyzed iron status, HFE mutations and ethnicity for women in five primary care centers in the United States and Canada using de-identified data from the HEIRS study.

Carbohydrate Counting and DASH Intervention and Pregnancy Outcomes Among Women With Gestational Diabetes

Study is an interventional clinical trial. Pregnant women (aged 25-40 years) diagnosed with GDM (by a 75-g oral glucose tolerance test at 24-28 weeks' gestation) will be recruited conveniently from Obstetrics and Gynecology clinic at the Jordan University Hospital and National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics, Amman, Jordan. A sample of 180 pregnant women with GDM (60 women who do not use insulin and hypoglycemia medications, 60 women who are treated with metform...

The Assessment of Tranexamic Acid in Women With Menorrhagia Who Have Bleeding Disorders

Many women have heavy periods and this can be associated with low blood, tiredness and inability to carry out normal activities. Approximately 10-30% of these women will have an underlying bleeding disorder. There is a drug called tranexamic acid which is commonly used and is effective in reducing menstrual flow. However, up to 1/3 of women have side effects and they are more common at higher doses. In the medical literature, there are different dosing schedules and there is ...

Women's Health Initiative Study of Cognitive Aging

The Women's Health Initiative Study of Cognitive Aging (WHISCA) is a two-armed, randomized, placebo controlled, clinical trial designed to assess the efficacy of postmenopausal hormone therapy (HT) on age related changes in specific cognitive functions. WHISCA is an ancillary study to the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) and the WHI Memory Study (WHIMS) and has enrolled 2303 women aged 66 to 84 years who did not meet the criteria for dementia. WHISCA is investigating the effect...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treating Recently Abused Women With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a brief cognitive behavioral treatment, Helping to Overcome PTSD through Empowerment, in treating abused women with post-traumatic stress disorder who are living in shelters.

An Extension Study of 12 mg Proellex® (Telapristone Acetate) Administered Orally in the Treatment of Premenopausal Women With Confirmed Symptomatic Uterine Fibroids

To determine the safety of extended treatment with Proellex in women who have successfully completed either study ZPV-201 or ZPU-203 and meet eligibility criteria.

A Randomized Trial of Letters From Family Physicians to Encourage Screening Mammography in Overdue Women

A randomized, double-blinded study conducted in British Columbia, Canada, where there is a publicly funded, organized screening program and screening mammography is recommended at 24-month intervals. Eligible women aged 51-73 years old and overdue for their screening mammogram by 6-24 months are identified in the database of the Screening Mammography Program of BC (SMPBC). Family physicians are recruited by mail and asked to sign letters to the overdue women in their practices....

Program to Overcome Pelvic Pain With Yoga

The POPPY Study is a pilot of an Iyengar-based, therapeutic yoga program, used to treat pelvic or genital pain, in up to 16 women. Women aged 21 years and older who report persistent or recurrent pelvic or genital pain for at least 6 months that interferes with sexual activity will be recruited from the San Francisco Bay Area. Those who meet eligibility criteria will take part in a 6-week yoga therapy program designed by an expert yoga panel. Women will attend twice-weekly gr...

Alternative Support for Rural and Isolated Women in an HMO

Evaluate the effects of a workbook/journal for helping isolated women to cope with breast cancer.

Effects of Hormonal Infertility Treatment on Cognition in Pre-Menopausal Women

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of marked alterations in ovarian steroid hormones on cognitive functions in women. Sex hormones and stress hormones of women awaiting or undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) will be compared with levels of women adopting children and women on oral contraceptives.

Can Safety Planning Improve Perinatal Outcomes Among Pregnant Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence?

OBJECTIVE: To investigate if, among women exposed to physical violence during pregnancy, does a targeted intervention consisting of safety planning and referral to community advocacy services decrease rates of adverse perinatal outcomes including antepartum hemorrhage or infection, low birthweight, and perinatal death. DESIGN: A randomized controlled trial. SETTING: Surrey Memorial Hospital and BC Women's Hospital in British Columbia, Canada PARTICIPANTS: Pregnant women exper...

6-mo. Min Eff Dose of Flibanserin: 25 v 50 mg Bid v 50 mg hs v Pbo in Younger Women in NA

This trial is designed to assess the safety and efficacy of flibanserin in the treatment of premenopausal women with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) that meet standard diagnostic criteria. Efficacy for flibanserin will be assessed vs. a parallel placebo group.

Helping Mothers Select Better Childbirth Hospitals

The investigators aim to conduct a randomized controlled trial of women who are pregnant or considering pregnancy to understand whether women provided with specific data on hospital-level cesarean delivery rates are more likely to select higher quality hospitals, defined as hospitals with cesarean delivery rates below the Federal HealthyPeople 2020 target of 23.9%.

Helping Moms to be Healthy After Baby

Low-income and minority women are at increased risk for postpartum weight retention (i.e. retaining weight after pregnancy) and consequent persistent obesity. Women who are obese pre-pregnancy are 3-5 times more likely to gain weight, rather than lose weight, in the postpartum period than non-obese women. Aims for this pilot study are listed below: Aim 1: To evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of a multi-component novel weight loss intervention delivered in a WIC settin...

Emotional Evaluation and Reconstructed Breast Satisfaction

Data from the National Cancer Institute (Inca) reveal that breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women worldwide. In Brazil, it is second only to non-melanoma skin cancer. Breast cancer is a feared disease in the female universe because it is considered one of the major causes of death due to neoplasia among women. It brings also the stigma of suffering, mutilation, loss of female identity and loss of body contour. Among other issues, problems with body self-ima...

Effect of Exercise on Perinatal Depression

Fifteen percent of women experience depression during pregnancy or postpartum (i.e., perinatal depression). Furthermore, 38% of low income women experience postpartum depression. Given few women with perinatal depression seek treatment, there is a need for innovative, low cost interventions that can be integrated within existing community-based programs serving women in need (e.g., low income women). The primary aim of this study is to examine the efficacy of a novel exercise i...

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.

RCT of the Effectiveness of the WfWI Intervention in Afghanistan

This is an individually randomised control trial to assess the effectiveness of a livelihoods and social empowerment intervention, delivered by Women for Women International, on married women's experiences of intimate partner violence in Afghanistan. It has a 22 month follow up.

Volumetric Three-dimensional Analysis of the Pediatric Upper Airway Shape Using Computed Tomography Imaging.

CT and MRI based measurements of the pediatric airway has changed the age-old cone shape concept of the pediatric airway and define airway shape as elliptical structure. The cone shape was based on the cadaveric measurements done by Bayeux in 1897 and described later by Eckenhoff in 1951. The present study is based on three-dimensional CT images of the airway column replicating the cylinders used by Bayeux for his cadaveric measurements. The purpose of this study was to ...

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