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High Deductible Health Plans and Bipolar Disorder

Using eleven years (2004-2014) of claims data from the largest US commercial health insurer, the investigators will assess the impact of switching into high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) on outcomes for patients with bipolar disorder. Patient subgroups will include patients with and without high medication cost-sharing and vulnerable populations (racial/ethnic minorities, poor, rural, major comorbidities). Interviews with patients and caregivers recruited through a major advo...

Asthma in Families Facing Out-of-pocket Requirements With Deductibles

Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases in the U.S. Despite guidelines, adherence to recommended controller medications is low. Cost is an important barrier to adherence. Employers are increasingly adopting high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) which require deductibles of > $1,000 per individual/$2,000 per family each year. In HDHPs with Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), most medications and non-preventive care must be paid out-of-pocket (OOP) until the deductible is re...


Study of a Self-Help Depression Skills Program for College-Aged Youth

We propose to conduct a pilot trial of an Internet-only depression skills training program for adolescents and young adults. The intervention, already exists and has been tested in two pilots. In this third pilot, we plan to use an enriched minority sampling frame to mail 3,000 to 6,000 invitational brochures to KPNW members aged 14 to 24, with a enrollment target of 150. Interested members will go to the study Internet site, and if they choose to participate,...

Nitrate and Exercise Performance in Middle to Older Aged Adults

Research with young healthy individuals has shown that beetroot juice beverages that contain large amounts of nitrate can improve exercise performance. Currently, it is not know whether the consumption of beetroot juice beverages high in nitrate can improve exercise performance in higher functioning middle- to older-aged adults. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to compare the effect of two different beetroot juice beverages (one high in nitrate and one low in nitrate) on...

Project Healthy Eating in Adults. A Study on the Health Effects of Fish Intake in Overweight Adults

It has previously been observed that increased fish intake improves the metabolic health of overweight and obese adults, and animal protein improved metabolic health of obese rats. In this project the investigators will investigate whether increased intake of fish or meat improves metabolic health in overweight/obese adults aged 20-55 years when replacing processed food. The hypothesis is that increased intake of unprocessed fish or meat will improve metabolic health in adults ...

Age-related Changes of Shoulder Muscles

A cross-sectional descriptive study, in which the surface electromyographic activity of five shoulder muscles was compared in three populations: older adults, middle-aged adults and young adults. The evaluation of the electromyographic data offers a suitable foundation to understand aging process. This supports that surface electromyography provide information about the aged shoulder muscles. Loss of functionality is suffered by a high percentage of older adults, which g...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Bulimia Nervosa in Adolescents

The claire project is a research study testing the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help teenage girls develop healthier eating habits and better ways to manage weight and shape concerns. The study is enrolling girls who are members of the Kaiser Permanente Health plan in the Northwest region. They must be between the ages of 12 and 18 and report binge eating and/or purging (vomiting, laxative or diuretic use) at a research established threshold to be eligible for t...

Harnessing Health IT for Self-Management Support and Medication Activation in a Medicaid Health Plan

To measure the effects of a Medical health plan-directed automated telephone self-management support system (ATSM) on patient outcomes among ethnically diverse health plan enrollees with diabetes.

The ElderCare Project

Hypothesis: It is hypothesized that older adults who receive the ElderCare intervention will, when compared with a control group of older adults show a significant improvement in quality of life,a significant decrease in symptomatology, significantly higher satisfaction with their care, and less utilization of health care resources. The Eldercare project involves a detailed assessment by a nurse done in the patients home, followed by the development and delivery of a Eldercare...

Live Your Life Without Diabetes

Aim: To examine the effect of a brief theory-based health promotion intervention delivered in the community on health behaviour and diabetes-related risk factors among Danish adults at high risk of diabetes. Methods: A randomised trial was conducted among 127 individuals aged 28 to 70 with fasting plasma glucose: 6.1-6.9 mmol/l and/or HbA1c : 6.0-

Trial to Compare the Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of Influenza Virus Vaccine, (CAIV-T) With Inactivated, Influenza Vaccine, Trivalent, Types A & B, in Adults Aged 60 Years and Older Against Culture-Confirmed Influenza

To demonstrate that the efficacy over a defined surveillance period against culture-confirmed influenza-illness caused by community-acquired subtypes antigenically similar to those contained in the vaccine, in adults aged at least 60 years at enrollment, of a single intranasally (IN) -administered dose of a liquid formulation of influenza virus vaccine,(CAIV-T) is non inferior compared with that of a single dose of commercially available influenza vaccine inactivated (TIV) admi...

Adapted Yoga for Inactive Older Adults

There is evidence that yoga has beneficial effects on several aspects of physical and mental health. However, few studies have explored the acceptability and health effects of yoga in older adults. This preliminary study will explore the effects of a 10-week yoga intervention on physical function and quality of life in older adults. Data collected in this study will be used to inform the design of a subsequent adequately-powered randomised controlled trial.

Coffee and In-vivo Oxidative Stress

Food and beverage intake that leads to a decrease in the level of in vivo markers of oxidative stress indicates that such foods and beverages act as antioxidants (AOX) in humans. Coffee drinking at a high level (> 900 ml/day) for a short period of time (1 week) has been shown to reduce DNA oxidative damage—as indicated by a decrease in the level of percent tail DNA (%T)— in study populations comprised mainly of young adults aged < 30 years. It is not clear whether such fi...

Sauna Bathing to Improve Vascular Health of Adults With Heart Disease

This study is a clinical trial that will determine if sauna bathing improves blood vessel health in adults aged 50-70 years with heart disease.

Multicenter Cohort Study on Osteoporosis

This is a multicenter cohort study on osteoporosis in six cities of China which locate in the east, south, north, west, middle of China respectively. At least 3000 middle-aged and elderly permanent residents (women aged from 45 to 79, and men aged from 50 to 79) in every city were enrolled. Residents with severe mental diseases, physical diseases or acute infectious diseases who could not cooperate with the survey as well as lactating or pregnant women were excluded. All the en...

Effects of RLIC on Motor Learning in Middle-aged and Older Adults

The purpose of this research is to determine if the beneficial effects of remote limb ischemic conditioning on learning seen in young adults are found in middle-aged and older adults.

Virtual Trainer System (3rd Version) for Physical Activity Promotion in Middle-aged Hong Kong Adults

Practicing a habitual physical activity is important for health. A Virtual Trainer (VT) online system was developed in 2006 (1st version) and improved in 2010 (2nd version) for encouraging an active lifestyle. This project intends to further improve the VT (3rd version) which incorporates more effective psychological and e-health theories, and disseminate it to Hong Kong middle-aged adults.

The Effect of Novel High-intensity Interval Training on Physical Fitness in Older Adults

High-intensity interval training (HIT) has been demonstrated to be an effective strategy to improve markers of health and fitness across a wide range of healthy and clinical populations. Currently however, there is only limited evidence which has examined the effectiveness of HIT in older adults (>50 years). HIT is an appealing strategy in this group as it has the potential to impact both cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness, which both play an important role in maintaining f...

SME Ambassadors Pilot Project Research Study

Aims: To enhance mental well-being of adults by creating a positive, happy and joyful environment in the community. Targets: Adults aged 18-59 in Hong Kong. Methods: SME Ambassadors Pilot Project will adopt the public health and family-focused approach, under the brand name of "Joyful@HK Campaign". Evidence-based and Evidence Generating approach with vigorous study design, both qualitative (e.g. focus groups) and quantitative (e.g. pre- and post- test), will be used to ...

Multiple Chronic Conditions for Older Adults

Multiple chronic conditions are common and expensive among patients aged ≥65 and are associated with lower quality of life, poorer response to treatment, worse medical and psychiatric outcomes, higher mortality, and higher costs of care. The primary purpose of this study is to conduct a randomized clinical trial (RCT) to examine the effects of C-CHESS--a web-based intervention--on health outcomes and healthcare use among older adults with several chronic health conditions, s...

Safety and Immunogenicity of MT-5625 in Healthy Adults, Toddlers and Infants

A study to investigate the safety and reactogenicity of MT-5625 independently in adults aged 18-35 years, toddlers ages 12-24 months, and infants aged 6-10 weeks

Cardio-vascular Protective Effects of Wolfberry in Middle-aged and Older Adults

This purpose of this study is to assess the impact of consuming wolfberry on cardiovascular risk in Singapore's middle-aged and older adults. The investigators hypothesize that consuming wolfberry with a healthy eating pattern diet will contribute to improvements in cardiovascular health when compared to a similar diet without wolfberry.

Individualizing Disease Prevention for Middle-Aged Adults

The primary objective of this study is to help patients compare the benefits of various preventive care services, based on their individual risk factors (such as smoking status, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc.). Tailored decision aids will be provided to each participant during primary care appointments to facilitate discussion between the participant and his/her provider regarding prioritizing preventive service recommendations.

The Pitt Retiree Study: A Diabetes Prevention Program for Medicare Eligible Older Adults

The Pitt Retiree Study (PRS) disseminates a novel, yet practical, diabetes prevention program among Medicare eligible adults in Western Pennsylvania. This study will provide 4, and 12 month outcome data (with a no treatment follow-up assessment at 24 months) to help determine whether a continued contact group telephone intervention is feasible and effective in enhancing health outcomes and physical functional ability in high risk adults (aged 65-80) with obesity and cardiometab...

Health Literacy and Overweight in Adolescents

Obesity in children and adolescents has become a major public health problem in recent years. In Belgium, 20% of people aged between 2 and 17 are overweight and 7% suffer from obesity. While studies often associate this overweight with socio-economic level, other factors, such as health literacy (HL), may also play a role. Among adolescents, some studies have shown an association between the level of HL and the Body Mass Index (BMI). Our study aims to investigate the associatio...

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