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A 12-week Exercise Program for Adults With Celiac Disease

Engagement in regular physical activity (PA) is associated with a range of physical and psychological benefits among chronic disease populations. Celiac disease is a chronic autoimmune condition that requires strict adherence to a gluten-free diet (GFD) for the best medical outcomes, as well as to prevent detrimental health outcomes including bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and increased risk of intestinal cancers and osteoporosis. Despite following a GFD, individuals with ce...

El Paso Public Health Biorepository

The prevalence of tooth decay and other oral disease are often overlooked indicators of overall public health. To improve the understanding of oral health in El Paso, the City of El Paso Health Department has teamed up with Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso in a collaborative effort to determine the factors that contribute to poor oral hygiene, and lead to cavities and periodontitis. The team will collect saliva, oral debris, leftover teeth and plaque from ch...

Oral Health Literacy Tailored Communication

The purpose of this study to investigate attitude, oral health literacy and psychological factors in order to evaluate if these factors are important for oral health in adults. The hypotheses are: - Multiple interactive demographic, and social and psychological factors contribute to the level of attitude and oral health literacy. - There is an association between the level of oral health literacy and oral health status - A structured intervent...

Deconditioning in Transplant

The purpose of this feasibility study is to test the potential for successful implementation of an intervention designed to study the effect of six hours out of bed time on the overall level of deconditioning in pediatric stem cell transplant (SCT) patients. Previous research has demonstrated that deconditioning occurs rapidly over the course of the hospitalization post-transplant and can negatively impact quality of life. By encouraging patients to be out of bed for six hours ...

Enhancing Diagnosis and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Newham by Integrated Use of Electronic Health Records

The investigators will develop a "risk report" within the primary care electronic health record (EMIS) for patients attending for their National Health Service Health Check. The value of the report for reducing cardiovascular risk will be assessed qualitatively and also quantitatively in a non-randomised comparative trial.

Supervised Brushing Programme for Intellectual Disabled Students

Intellectual disabled persons faced more dental problems. According to a medical review paper of international and local studies, this group has poorer dental hygiene, more severe gum disease and more untreated caries. In 2010, a report from the guardians in Hong Kong mentioned that most adults with intellectual disability cannot clean their teeth, the have dental problems and it is very difficult for them to co-operate during the dental treatment. In order to alleviate their d...

Prevalence of Oral Findings in Chronic Kidney Disease

There are severe deficiency of database concerning the oral health status in both pre-dialysis and end stage renal disease in Egyptian population. Our aim in the present study is to assess the oral health of the chronic kidney disease patients to increase their awareness and minimize all the possible risk factors, to achieve a proper management for all oral problems.

Pilot Project: Community Health Assessment Program Through Emergency Medical Services

Older adults living in subsidized housing report poorer health. Their low income and age make it harder for them to use community services. Many older adults have heart disease and diabetes, which lead to frequent emergency calls and hospital admissions. To decrease the costs of treating heart disease and diabetes through emergency and hospitalization, improved screening and health education is needed. The Community Health Assessment Program through Emergency Medical Services (...

Evaluation of a Daily Oral Care Lozenge on Oral Health and Quality of Life in Older Adults

The assessment of a daily oral care lozenge (PTx800) will be compared to a placebo control in a cohort of older adults who visit adult senior centers and who also have mild to moderate gingivitis. The comparison of the pre-to post change in gum health and pathogen burdens will be measured over a 6 week period. In addition, the feasibility and acceptability of using the lozenges will be assessed in this older adult population.

Preliminary Study of the Quality of the Oral Flora in Parkinson's Patients

This is a prospective interventional clinical study whose main objective is to determine the impact of oral hygiene guidance on the oral health status of patients with Parkinson disease

Health Literacy in Adults

Currently, both oral and written health education make certain assumptions about the health literacy of patients and their parents. The prevalence of health literacy issues is unknown in the adult congenital heart disease (CHD) population. Having a better understanding of a patient's and/or their parents' health literacy will help us develop appropriate education and teaching tools to meet the patient's and their parents' needs.

Brief Behavioral Health Intervention Program for Patients With Stable Coronary Artery Disease

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention for patients living with stable coronary artery disease (CAD). One group will receive the the intervention, and the other will receive treatment as usual (TAU). The investigators hypothesize that, compared to the TAU group, participants receiving the intervention will 1) experience greater confidence in managing their cardiac disease, as indicated by perceived self-efficacy and illness percept...

Nutritional Intake and Bone Health in Celiac Disease

Celiac disease leads to malnutrition and secondary conditions including osteoporosis. The dietary habits of adults with untreated, undiagnosed celiac disease has not yet been observed, but presents a critical piece in understanding the effects of the disease on bone health. Objective was to evaluate differences in nutritional intake of calcium, vitamin D, and phosphorus; serologic indices of these nutrients; and bone health among adults with and without celiac disease. Cross-se...

Oral Findings in Chronic Kidney Disease

The patients with chronic kidney disease suffer from many oral problems affecting the quality of life. The aim of our study is to assess their oral health to provide the proper management and increase their awareness

Impact of an Educational Program on Gingival Status and Oral Health Related Quality of Life

This research targets the evaluation of the impact of oral health educational programs on the gingival status and oral health related quality of life in early adolescence of the Egyptian population. Each participant will benefit from the education of the proper oral hygiene practices under the supervision and follow up of the investigator in addition to the potential improvement of his/ her oral health related quality of life.

Cost Effective Health Promotion for Older Adults

This project tests the cost-effectiveness of two promising evidence-based health promotion/ behavior change interventions. The first intervention is the COACH Program, a revised version of the Health Enhancement Program (HEP) that has been implemented to date with older adults at multiple Senior Centers across the country (Leveille et al, 1998). The second is the web-based RealAge program which is also being implemented for older adults at multiple sites nationally and intern...

A Trial of an Audit and Feedback Report to Improve Colonoscopy Performance

This project aims to measure the impact of a physician report card (also called an audit & feedback report) on colonoscopy performance. Endoscopists in Ontario will be randomly assigned to either receive the endoscopist report card or to no feedback. Using Ontario health administrative data, the quality of colonoscopy will be compared between those who received the report card and those who do not. The investigators will also measure the effect of receiving endoscopist report c...

The Baltimore Experience Corps Study

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of the Experience Corps program in preventing or delaying physical disability in older adults, by studying the effects of volunteerism on physical, social and cognitive well-being.

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.

Oral Health Education Interventions Among Seniors

The study aims to assess the efficacy of an oral health education group based activity versus an individual based oral health education activity in terms of changes in oral health related quality of life (OHRQoL), self-efficacy and oral health knowledge.

The Probiotic for Oral Health (PRO Health) Study

The PRO Health Study is a single-center, prospective, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial of streptococcus-containing supplementation in healthy adults.

Healthy Lifestyles for People With Intellectual Disabilities

Relatively few health promotion and disease prevention programs have included or targeted people with disabilities, and even fewer have focused on individuals with intellectual disabilities. The long-term objectives of the Healthy Lifestyles for People with Intellectual Disabilities Study (HLID) are to increase the health of persons with intellectual disabilities by establishing the efficacy of a health promotion program and promoting its adoption. The HLID Study is base...

The National Institutes of Health Measure of Healing Experience of All Life Stressors

NIH-Healing Experience in All Life Stressors (NIH-HEALS) is a 35 item self-report questionnaire developed by the NIH Clinical Center Pain and Palliative care. It assesses an individual's mechanisms for coping as a means to reach "healing" during life's difficult situations and/or life limiting challenges. The factorial structure of the tool has been recently re-examined with 200 patients. The three main factors are: Connection (including religious, spiritual, interpersonal), Re...

Salivary Cytokines as Biomarker for Oral Health

Oral complications during and after cancer treatment are common. A key role in maintaining oral health plays saliva. In the last decade numerous studies have investigated immunological biomarkers such as cytokines in saliva samples. In children, the few studies have investigated salivary cytokines (sCK) suggesting that these are associated with oral health (sCK). One study investigating sCK in adult oncology patients showed an association between Interleukin-6 (IL-6) and severi...

Socially Isolated Older Adults Living With Dementia

The lack of efficacious research-based interventions for sexual and gender minority (SGM) older adults living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, combined with the heightened risk of cognitive impairment in this population, presents a significant public health problem. SGM older adults are at elevated risk of social isolation and experience significant barriers to healthcare access. Existing interventions for older adults with dementia have been found to be effective ...

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