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Nutrient Mixtures and Neurodevelopment

Background: Adequate levels of beneficial nutrients are important for neurodevelopment. Although, nutrients are ingested in combination, considering nutrients as a mixture has not been studied with respect to health, such as neurodevelopment. Objective: To examine the impact of prenatal and childhood nutrition mixtures on neurodevelopment. Design: Participants included mother-child pairs in the Programming Research in Obesity, Growth Environment and Social Stress (PROGR...


Assessing Models of Coordinated Services for Low-Income Children and Their Families

The purpose of the Assessing Models of Coordinated Services for Low-Income Children and Their Families (AMCS) project is to understand how states and local communities are coordinating services across sectors to most efficiently and effectively serve low-income children and their families. These coordinated services approaches vary along a range of dimensions, including their number and types of partners, funding streams, target populations, goals and objectives, locations, ser...

Effect of SQJZ Herbal Mixtures on Non-motor Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy and safety of SQJZ Herbal Mixtures on non-motor symptoms of PD patients.


CRESPI - Respiratory Health of Children in Daycare

CRESPI - RESPIratory health of Children in daycare The CRESPI study, will be a cohort of 1500/2000 children attending daycare in Paris region, and will be initiated in November 2019. The aim of the project is to study the impact of environmental exposures to cleaning products and disinfectants on respiratory health of infants and toddlers (< 3 years) in daycares Two specific aims were defined: 1. evaluate environmental exposure to cleaning products by complementary ...

Investigating the Relation Between Environmental Factors and Activity-participation in Children With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a chronic condition that causes the most childhood disabilities on worldwide. Impairment in movement and posture development seen in children with CP it causes difficulties in performing activities and affect in emotional, social, and cognitive abilities cause limited participation in everyday life. The ICF-CY child is divided into five categories: body structure and functions, activities, participation, environmental and personal factors, it is treated h...

Exogenous Oxidation of Fructose-glucose Mixtures During Running

The aim of this study is to characterise exogenous carbohydrate oxidation rates during exercise, when ingesting glucose (polymers) only, compared to glucose-fructose mixtures, and glucose-fructose mixtures ingested in hydrogel form.

Study on Dietary Nutrition Intervention Techniques for Children Obesity

With the rapid development of society and economy, children's simple obesity is the rising in the world and has become a chronic disease which is one of the biggest public health challenges in the world. It is a serious threat to the health of children and their adulthood. The overweight and obesity is induced by the genetic and environmental factors. The environmental factors are very important, while the dietary factors are the driving factors of many chronic diseases includ...

Genetic and Epigenetic Risk of T2D in the UAE

T2D is a global public health crisis and a threat to socioeconomic development of all nations, particularly in developing countries. Countries in the Gulf region, including the UAE, have some of the highest rates of T2D worldwide. The epidemic in the region has grown in parallel with the worldwide rise in obesity, which is fuelled by rapid urbanization, nutrition transition, and increasing sedentary lifestyles. Whether these unfavourable changes in environmental risk factors ca...

Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Hypertension

To determine the pathophysiology of different types of essential hypertension by identifying the discrete effects of major genes and environmental variables as determinants of the subtypes of essential hypertension.

Identifying Residential Hazards Using Home Test Kits

The purpose of this project is to help families and communities identify and reduce health risks from lead, pesticides and, ultimately, other environmental hazards. We have partnered with the Better Housing League and Baby’s Milk Fund in Cincinnati and nationally with the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning and the National Center for Lead Safe Housing. The first specific aim of this project is to evaluate a sampling kit for families to assess levels of lead and pesticid...

Intervention to Promote Hygiene Behavior Among School Children

Background: Poor personal hygiene and inadequate sanitation practices among young children in Low Middle Income Countries such as Pakistan can lead to critical, life-threatening illnesses such as respiratory infections, diarrheal disease, malnutrition and developmental delays. An intervention for personal/environmental hygiene practices for primary schoolchildren will be implemented at schools in urban squatter settlements of Karachi, Pakistan, aiming to improve the hygiene kno...

Assesment of Olfactory Disorders and Performance of a New Olfactory Test in Children With Congenital CMV

CMV lesions were found in the olfactory system of children with congenital CMV infection but no study has hitherto examined the impact of congenital CMV infection on olfaction. So the investigators propose in this study to assess the proportion of children with olfactory deficits among children with congenital CMV infection. Second this study will also evaluate performances of a new olfactory test, based on discrimination of binary odorant mixtures.

Using Focus Groups to Assess the Impact of Environmental Health Science Programs for K-12 Educational Community

The MIDAS Project (Models of Implementation and Dissemination of Environmental Health and Science Across Subjects) Assessment Objectives: - Determine whether students are aware of the MIDAS Project. - Identify strengths and weaknesses of MIDAS Project components including: integrated environmental health and science (EHS) curricula, field experiences, seminars and student projects. - Assess career interests and intended courses of study at the colle...

The Effect of Task-Oriented Training in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

It is reported that 85% of MS patients have gait disturbance, 87.9% balance, 35-90% fatigue and 45-60% cognitive problems. Rehabilitation approaches based on the motor control systems model, the plasticity concept, the motor learning principles, have been found to be effective for solving these problems. With these rehabilitation approaches, it is aimed to develop the ability of the person to meet the task and environmental demands and to realize the highest quality and the rig...

Kansas City Community Environmental Remediation And Training (KC CERT)

Objective: Our overall objective is to test the hypothesis that the health of children with chronic respiratory symptoms or chronic exposures to environmental hazards can be improved through a combination of standard home maintenance interventions and a set of interim controls and targeted repair interventions. I. Background: The Bi-State Kansas City Enhanced Enterprise Community (KCEEC) is one of pervasive poverty, unemployment and general distress. This same area is ...

Environment and Reproductive Health

The purpose of the study is to investigate the relationship between environmental agents and reproductive health. Environmental agents of interest include exposure to chemicals such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), flame retardants, dioxins, bisphenol A, phthalates, pesticides, and metals like lead and cadmium. We are also interested in the relationship between reproductive health and lifestyle risk factors, such as exposure to environmental tobacco smoke. Enrollees are ask...

A Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Intervention for Childhood Asthma Using Air Filters and Air Conditioners

The burden of childhood asthma is borne disproportionately by children living in poverty and in urban centers, many of whom are from communities of color and are at greater risk for environmental exposures. Given the complex interaction of physical and social environmental factors on childhood asthma, there have been increasing calls for comprehensive efforts using a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach. Community Action Against Asthma is a long standing CBPR ...

Risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the Children of Adults With ADHD Not Otherwise Specified (NOS)

The researchers plan to explore the validity of the category of ADHD NOS by identifying the risk for ADHD in the children of ADHD NOS adult probands and identifying common correlates of ADHD in these children. The researchers hypothesize that the rate of ADHD will be higher in the children of the ADHD NOS probands than the rate of ADHD previously published for siblings of proband children with ADHD; and ADHD children of ADHD NOS adults will have higher rates of school failure (...

Influence of Environmental Factors and Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder with a lifetime prevalence of about 1 per cent, the symptoms can be very disabling and causing a heavy medical and socioeconomic. There are significant variations from one population to another. Clinical manifestations of schizophrenia (symptoms, evolution, severity of disability) are highly variable. This variability, both epidemiological and clinical, is due to genetic and environmental factors. Environmental factors may...

Technical Assistance for Child and Adult Care Food Program in Family Child Care Home

This study evaluates the effect of a nutrition technical assistance training program for family child care home providers on the food they serve young children in their care and the food environment in their home. Half the providers will be assigned to the nutrition program and the other half will receive a comparison on environmental health.

Following of Atmospheric Pollution Exposure During Pregnancy and Effects on Health

The SEPAGES couple-child cohort is coordinated by an Inserm (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research) team of environmental epidemiology. SEPAGES cohort is based on the general population and aims to cover several areas of environmental health research, including endocrine disruptors and air pollutants. The main objectives is to quantify the impact of pollution during pregnancy and the first years of life on three main health outcomes : growth, respiratory hea...

Effectiveness of Targeting Food Aid to Malnourished Children Compared to Targeting All Children Under Two Years

The objective of this study is to compare two approaches to targeting donated supplementary food to young children. The study compares the effectiveness of the widely-used curative approach where targeting is based on the child’s poor nutritional status to a preventive approach which targets children in poor communities solely on the basis of age and provides supplementary food to all children aged 6-23 months. Cost-effectiveness of the two targeting approaches will also be a...

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.

Health Benefits of Repeated Treatment in Pediatric Schistosomiasis

Objective and Hypotheses: This project has the overall objective of implementing and evaluating new approaches to reducing the current and future burden of urinary schistosomiasis in young children using the antihelminthic drug praziquantel. The investigators hypotheses are that (1) praziquantel treatment will be as effective in children 1 to 5 years of age (who are routinely excluded from schistosomiasis control programmes) as it is in older 6-10 year old children and (2) two ...

Neurocognitive Risks in Children With Solid Tumors

The survival rate of children with cancer has improved significantly in recent years thanks to the progress of different therapies. The neurocognitive sequelae related to treatments and illness are more or less well known. Four factors seem to be associated with neurocognitive sequelae: treatment, the tumor itself, environmental factors like the socio-economic status of parents and biological factors. Main purpose of the study is to establish a score to assess the risk of neur...


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