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Evidence-Based Interventions to Enhance Outcomes Among Struggling Readers

Despite decades of research on reading disabilities, little is known about improving reading in the middle grades (i.e., grades 3-6) and advancements have been hindered by the narrow focus on reading problems alone without acknowledgement of non-academic factors shown to affect learning (e.g., child self-regulation). This proposal employs a highly innovative approach aimed at improving intervention outcomes through the integration of evidence-based practices for addressing read...


Treatment of Social and Language Deficits With Leucovorin for Young Children With Autism

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the cognitive and behavioral effects of liquid leucovorin calcium on young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and determine whether it improves social communication as well as the core and associated symptoms of ASD. The investigators will enroll 80 children across two sites, between the ages of 2.5 and 5 years, with confirmed ASD and known social and communication delays. Participation will last approximately 26 week...

Paclitaxel (Albumin-bound) and Oxaliplatin for Advanced Hepatobiliary and Malignant Tumors

1. Advantages of albumin-bound paclitaxel Paclitaxel for injection (albumin-binding type) uses human serum albumin (HAS) as a carrier, and paclitaxel and HSA are made into paclitaxel-bound albumin nanoparticles by a high-pressure homogenization technique. After injection of paclitaxel (albumin-binding) into the blood, it rapidly disintegrates and disperses into a smaller albumin-paclitaxel complex, which binds and activates the gp60 albumin receptor on vascular endothelial cell...


Glucose Metabolism in Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT) in Young Healthy Men Evaluated by Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI)

In this study the investigators wish to evaluate the glucose metabolism in brown adipose tissue (BAT) in young healthy men (aged 18-35). The investigators wish to validate a novel MR modality - Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI), which is a non-radioactive, non-invasive method that allows for spatial as well as metabolic imaging after oral administration of deuterium-labelled glucose. Deuterium is a stable isotope of hydrogen that can be bound to different metabolites, in this c...

Feasibility and Safety of "Flash Glucose Monitoring-FGM" in an Adult Italian Population.

Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions and a targeted glucose control is key to prevent microvascular complications as well as long-term macrovascular disease. Self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) in type 1 diabetes (T1D) is mandatory to implement safe and effective adjustments in insulin therapy in order to reduce glucose levels and prevent hypoglycemic episodes. It is known that a higher rate of glucose testing (up to 8 times/day) is associated with improved glucose co...

The Genetic, Protein, and Lipid Basis of Variation in Cholesterol Efflux

The rationale of this research is that deep phenotyping of individuals at the extremes of cholesterol efflux will identify key determinants of efflux that are potential novel therapeutic targets to prevent or reverse Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD). The investigators propose to carry out the objective by studying participants at extreme low and high cholesterol efflux identified from the investigator's study in the population-based Dallas Heart Study by accomplis...

Articaine 4% in Children Under Age of 4 Years

Pain control is one of the significant behavior determinants in the dental office and shaping the future attitude toward dentistry, especially in children. One of widely used local anesthetic agents is articaine hydrochloride because of its superior potency, over traditionally used 2% lidocaine. Therefore, this study intends to get the benefits of articaine efficiency and apply it in children.

Umuryango Ukomera Uri Hamwe - Families Are Strong Together

Children living in poverty often are at risk to leave their family to work at the landfill. The main reasons for this are torn family systems, family violence, exclusion, poverty and a lack of intra-familial communication. Children in the district of Buterere who spend their days on the streets or on the landfills of Bujumbura, Burundi to earn a living are particularly vulnerable. The project aims to create a safe environment for these young people and to strengthen their famil...

nTMS in Planning Stereotactic Radiosurgery in Patients With Brain Metastases in the Motor Cortex

This trial studies how well nTMS works in planning for stereotactic radiosurgery in patients with brain metastases in the motor cortex. Stereotactic radiosurgery is a type of radiation therapy that delivers high doses of radiation, which can sometimes lead to damage occurring to the brain and surrounding areas. The motor cortex (the part of the nervous system that controls muscle movement), however, currently has no radiation dose limit. nTMS is a non-invasive tool that uses se...

Addressing the Cascade of Care in Vulnerable Populations With Poor Access to Healthcare in Madrid

Data on the prevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) for other vulnerable groups in Madrid, such as homeless persons and migrants, are scarce, and it is now necessary to implement intervention and elimination plans. Vulnerable groups have poor access to healthcare and are therefore not systematically screened for HCV. On the occasions they are shown to be positive, subsequent follow-up in the health system and the possibility of cure are poor. The use of a mobile unit to a...

Learning Collaborative Versus Technical Assistance in Delivering a Palliative Care Program to Patients With Advanced Cancer and Their Caregivers

This trial studies the delivery of the ENABLE palliative care program by two different methods called a Virtual Learning Collaborative or Technical Assistance for patients with advanced cancer and their caregivers. Palliative care is specialized medical care for people with a serious illness that occurs at the same time as other medical treatment. The purpose of palliative care is to provide relief from symptoms and stress of serious illness, to help patients and their families...

Social Prescribing Improving Mental Health Study

This study aims to evaluate a new social prescribing service delivered by Mind Cymru in four communities in Wales. Mind Cymru have made a new social prescribing service, where a link worker works with a patient who has mild/moderate mental or emotional health problems, to understand their needs and set them goals for the future. The link worker will then help them find a service in their local community that might help them achieve their goals. The study uses a waitlist trial,...

Time-Restricted Feeding on Glucose Homeostasis and Quality of Life

Background: Time-restricted feeding can improve insulin sensitivity, and increase fat oxidation in people with prediabetes independent of weight loss. It may also help people to lose weight. However, it has not been tested in people with type 2 diabetes. Plan of investigation: Participants meeting the eligibility criteria will be randomized to the TRF arm or the continuous eating arm. Both arms with be given a prescribed dietary plan to help them lose 5% of body weight. In the...

Black Rice Anthocyanin in Mixed Meals: Influence on Postprandial Glycaemic and Lipid Responses Among Healthy Individuals

The diabetes epidemic is a pertinent concern globally. The prevalence of this metabolic disease among adults had been disclosed by the World health Organisation (WHO), reporting a total of 422 million diabetic adults and 3.7 million diabetic deaths in 2016, with Asian countries contributing more than 60% of the world's diabetic population. Due to its economic and social repercussions, preventive strategies are implemented at a population level. The implementation of a diet low ...

Black Women's Wellness Project

The proposed randomized controlled trial will evaluate an educational self-management intervention in 450 African American women and weight management. It will be the first to use a culturally tailored in-person and telephone approach to address all aspects of wellness and social determinants for African American women to achieve optimal long term wellness for both self and family.

Persistent Postpartum Cardiovascular Dysfunction in Patients With Preeclampsia

We plan to enroll women with PE prospectively to evaluate incremental cardiovascular risk in those who have PE with severe features. This study includes detailed echocardiographic evaluation at several time points. With the current proposal, we aim to collect blood to evaluate several biomarkers to determine if there is a correlation with short and medium-term cardiovascular risk. This opens the door to earlier detection, treatment and improved cardiovascular outcomes.

Coping After Pediatric Scoliosis Surgery

This is a prospective, randomized controlled trial evaluating the efficacy of expanded patient education and coping skills on pain management following multilevel pediatric spinal surgery. The intervention will include a smartphone- based platform and a comprehensive library of peri-operative educational and coping skills videos as a means for better addressing the psychosocial elements of a child's individual pain experience. The study evaluated whether this novel intervention...

A Research Study for Latina Women Undergoing Breast Cancer Treatment

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of a developed psychosocial eHealth intervention on the proposed primary outcomes, health-related quality of life and symptom burden, among Hispanic breast cancer patients. The intervention components include breast cancer knowledge, stress awareness and management, social support, and enhanced communication and intimacy skills. The intervention will be delivered via a Smartphone application over a 12-week period. Part...

Mindful Response to Adversity: A Brief Stress Resilience Training

The investigators will conduct an intervention study with the aim of improving stress resilience and mental health outcomes in at-risk freshman students. Participants will attend a group training session, led by a professional instructor, about responding to adversity, which will include a description of the skills, a writing and sharing activity focused on the proposed approach, and a practice session. Following the training, participants will be instructed to practice the ski...

Cancer Prevention & Online Technologies

The overall goal of this research is to develop interventions that leverage online technology (e.g. ads, social media) to reduce individuals' skin-cancer-related risk behaviors and ultimately to reduce skin cancer incidence.

The Influence of Fictitious Peers in a Social Media Intervention for Downsizing Portions: The Smart Snacking Studies

The 2 interventions aimed to examine whether peer-led nudging on social media may be a way of influencing young adults and adolescents to reduce their self-reported ideal portion sizes of high energy-dense snacks and sugar-sweetened beverages.

Intra-Peritoneal Local Anaesthetics in Ovarian Cancer

Surgery presents opportunities not only for eradicating tumours but, paradoxically, also for proliferation and invasion of residual cancer cells. It increases the shedding of malignant cells into the blood and lymphatic circulations, inhibits their apoptosis and potentiates their invasion capacity. Additionally, the immune system, the inflammatory system and the neuroendocrine system react to surgery with important changes, which have been proven to promote progression of cance...

Comparison of the Efficacy and Safety of Immunoadsorption and Plasma Exchange for Acute Attack of Refractory Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorders

Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD) is one common demyelinating disease of the central nervous system in young adults, with high rate of disability and recurrence, and poor natural course, which can cause a serious burden on families and society. To today, there is still a lack of prospective, multi-center, large sample clinical trial evidence for the treatment and prognosis of acute attack of NMOSD patients. This study will conduct a prospective, multi-center, singl...

Determinants of Health and Cancer: Investigating the Conceptions of Children From 6 to 11 Years Old

Model and map, from a qualitative multi-phased protocol, the conceptions and systems of conceptions of the determinants of health and cancer expressed and perceived by schoolchildren aged 6 to 11 years. The secondary objectives are to analyze the ability to question the conceptions of children's health regardless of their age and to link conceptions and determinants to contextual factors. The informative value and complementarity of the collection tools (photo expression, QC, p...

Nutrition Education and e-Texting to Increase Access to Fresh Produce

The proposed project, Nutrition Ed, Access and Texting (NEAT): Combining the Hartford Mobile Market with e-Marketing , uses an e-technology social marketing strategy to promote use of a recently launched mobile produce market among SNAP-Ed recipients. This study will potentially increase fresh produce access and intake by combining an innovative food system change (produce mobile market) with existing SNAP-Ed nutrition education curriculum and the use of e-marketing technology.


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