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Prescribing lifestyle changes to patients who have cardiovascular disease (CVD) may be an extremely cost effective mechanism of improving health individually and for the NHS. Positive lifestyle changes such as improved diet, increased physical activity, quitting smoking and reducing alcohol consumption have been proven to reform the health status of individuals with CVD. S-PLAC 2 is a phase II study to determine the efficacy of a lifestyle prescription (L℞) in patients and he...
Prescribing lifestyle changes to patients who are at risk of cardiovascular disease, may be an extremely cost effective mechanism of improving health for the individual themselves and the NHS. It is already proven that positive lifestyle changes such as improved diet, increased physical activity, quitting smoking and reducing alcohol consumption can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, as well as reduce the risk of all-cause mortality. P-PLAC2 (Primary Care - Prescribing ...
The aims of this trial are: (A) to determine and compare the indices of exercise recommendations compliance after exercise prescription according to digital training and decision support system as compared to exercise prescription following the standard informative procedure among patients with cardiovascular disease. (B) to determine whether health literacy moderates effect of exercise prescription according to digital training and decision support system on the indice...
Pilot and feasibility study; a complex intervention focusing on lifestyle change to increase physical activity and reduce cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk among high risk individuals.
The overall aim of the Health2010-14 is to monitor the prevalence and trends of common chronic diseases (osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma, allergy, and eczema) that are often un-diagnosed in the general population as well as biomarkers of micronutrient status. Specific aims include identification of novel lifestyle and genetic risk factors for the above diseases by investigating gene-lifestyle interactions.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of a primary healthcare intervention called 'Exercise on Prescription' aimed at increasing level of physical activity and psychological parameters in a population of sedentary patients with increased risk of developing lifestyle diseases. The effect is evaluated using patient-reported variables.
To monitor the relationship of lifestyle variables, particularly exercise, to cardiovascular mortality, all-cause mortality, projected longevity and aging, and cardiovascular morbidity in a large cohort of college graduates. To assess changing patterns of exercise, cigarette smoking, body weight, and blood pressure between the 1960s and 1990s for relationship to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.
The objective of the proposed project is to evaluate the usability, acceptability, and adherence of a lifestyle and behavioral self-tracking and ePersuasive tool aimed at improving: 1) adherence to diet/nutrition (
To determine the influences of diet and physical activity (PA) on total body fatness and regional fat distribution and the relationship of these to risk factors of cardiovascular disease during adolescence.
The purpose of this trial is to provide low-income, under- or un-insured 40- to 64-year-old women with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities to improve diet, physical activity, and other lifestyle behaviors to prevent, delay and control cardiovascular and other chronic diseases.
The purpose of this protocol is to observe whether providing the first responder population with a multi-tiered therapeutic lifestyle modification program, including regular blood testing, diet and telephonic lifestyle coaching, daily food journaling using web-based tools and smartphone apps can lead to positive changes in behavior, resulting in improvements in blood based markers of risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as well as improvements in weight and waist circumference.
At this time, no study has examined the effect of a lifestyle intervention with a reduced Sedentary Behavior (SB) prescription on overall physical activity, weight loss, metabolic dysfunction, and inflammation in breast cancer survivors. Thus, in collaboration with University of Tennessee Medical Center's (UTMC) Cancer Institute, investigators propose to randomize 30 female breast cancer survivors (history of breast cancer stages I [> 1 cm], II, or III) with a body mass index (...
The aim of the present study is to describe and evaluate the effect of a structured lifestyle intervention program, focusing on lifestyle habits, in a primary care setting in patients with high cardiovascular risk. Furthermore, we want to explore the patient´s experience of lifestyle change and counseling after participation in the intervention program and to investigate the cost-effectiveness of the program.
This study is an interventional study which was conducted in the field. The investigators intended to develop an efficient and economically valuable method which can decrease the risk factors for prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Effective control of cardiovascular diseases necessitates a salutogenetic approach to develop efficient and cheap methods to decrease risk factors. In this study, the aim of preparing the Group II training material was to enable the indiv...
In order to study the effectiveness of personalized healthcare intervention for lifestyle-related diseases, investigators designed this study using mobile application and clinical feedback from clinicians
The main objective of TANSNIP is to determine in a population of asymptomatic bank employees with high and low imaging defined cardiovascular (CV) risk the effectiveness of a comprehensive 3-year worksite-based lifestyle intervention consisting of 12 personalized lifestyle counseling sessions, a Fitbit physical activity tracker and a sit-stand Workstation.
To develop and evaluate a comprehensive lifestyle self-management (CLSM) program (low-fat vegetarian diet, smoking cessation and stress management training) for postmenopausal women with coronary heart disease and Type II (non-insulin dependent) diabetes.
To examine the complex interactions among the traditional cardiovascular risk factors, particularly lipoprotein and apoprotein levels, genetic and other characteristics, and lifestyle habits in elderly women.
The principal objective is analyzed whether a selective intervention no pharmacological (use of ABPM +/- prescription of physical exercise) for cardiovascular risk factors in patients with high cardiovascular risk in primary prevention is associated with a decrease in cardiovascular risk measured using the risk Score tables for countries with a low risk. It will be independently analized the effectiveness of systematic use of ABPM and the prescription of physical exercise.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS STUDY IS ONLY ENROLLING PATIENTS CURRENTLY BEING TREATED AT BELAIR-EDISON FAMILY HEALTH CENTER. The purpose of this study is to compare the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of two cardiovascular risk reduction programs - a comprehensive intensive (Cl) intervention with a less intensive (LI) intervention - in African American, and white low-income patients with known excessive cardiovascular disease risk.
The CREATION Health Lifestyle Intervention (CHLI) will study the effect of a lifestyle intervention program on the cardiovascular risk profile (blood pressure, BMI, and Hemoglobin A1C) of participants diagnosed with hypertension and/or type 2 diabetes.
To investigate the effect of floorball on health and performance in subjects with either type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular diseases.
Public health policy is universal in recommending the adoption of low risk low-risk lifestyle behaviors for health promotion and prevention of chronic or non-communicable diseases (NCDs).These behaviors generally include achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight, healthy diet, regular physical activity, smoking cessation, moderate alcohol intake, and adequate sleep. While there is a general consensus that adherence to any one of these low-risk lifestyle behaviors is assoc...
The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of maximal support of community pharmacies to implement a pharmaceutical care model for improving underprescription and treatment persistence regarding lipid-lowering medication in patients with cardiovascular disease.
The purpose of this study is to test the effect of lifestyle intervention on subclinical cardiovascular disease measures in women taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT).