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Community Gardens Participation in Promoting Sustainable Lifestyles in Urban Settings: the JArDinS Study

The JArDinS study is a quasi-experimental research that aimed at assessing the impact of community garden participation (a natural experiment) in the adoption of more sustainable lifestyles.


The Safety and Efficacy of a Compound Natural Health Product in Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

The purpose of this study is to investigate the use of a natural health product, as compared to placebo (an inactive substance), in managing the symptoms of ADHD. The natural health product contains the nutrients zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Each of these nutrients has some evidence to suggest that children with ADHD might be lacking them. As such, children with ADHD might benefit from supplementing their diets with these nutrients, especially ADHD children who h...

The Effect of a Natural Extract on Glucose Fluxes After Consumption of a Wheat Product

This study is to quantify the effect of a natural fruit extract added to a wheat product on the time needed to absorb 50% of the apparent total of available exogenous carbohydrate (RaE * Time). In addition the different glucose fluxes will be quantified (RaE, EGP and GCR)

Evaluation of Immunogenicity and Safety of DTPa-IPV/Hib Conjugate Vaccine (Infanrix™-IPV/Hib) Administered at 6, 10 and 14 Weeks in Healthy Indian Infants

The purpose of this study is to assess the immunogenicity and safety of DTPa-IPV/Hib when administered at 6, 10 and 14 weeks to healthy Indian infants, as per guidance from the Indian regulatory authority. The 6, 10 and 14 week schedule reflects the current Indian standard of care.

Telehealth Depression Treatments for Older Adults

This study aims to find an effective and sustainable approach to reducing disparities in accessing mental health services for an underserved and growing population group of low-income, racially diverse, homebound older adults. It will compare two aging-service integrated, teledelivered depression treatments for these seniors. One model is short-term problem-solving therapy by licensed clinicians; the second model is self-care management support by trained lay advisors. The find...

A Trial of Drug Product Containing East Indian Sandalwood Oil (EISO) For Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis

This trial will be a single-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, safety, tolerability and efficacy trial of SAN007 (5% East Indian sandalwood oil in a cream formulation) treatment regimen when administered daily for up to 28 days to patients from 3 months to 65 years of age, with atopic dermatitis.

A Non Interventional Study To Asses The Safety, Effectiveness And Tolerability Of Quinapril (Acupil®) In An Indian Population

This is a prospective, non-interventional, non comparative drug study. The efficacy of Quinapril in Asian population has been evaluated, but specifically in Indian patients the data is sparse. Data in a real world setting in a large population of Indian patients would shed more light on the safety, tolerability and effectiveness of Quinapril in the Indian population.

Effects of Cocoa Products on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of optimized composition chocolates that include natural ingredients with demonstrated biological activity are observed cardioprotectores effects in the human.

Study of a New Topical Natural Health Product for the Treatment of Herpes Labialis

The aim of this study is to determine the safety and efficacy of a topical natural health product in comparison to placebo for the treatment of herpes labialis.

Southwest Hub for American Indian Youth Suicide Prevention Research

1. To use a SMART design to evaluate which of four sequences of New Hope (NH), Elders Resilience (ER) and Case Management (CM) have the greater effects on immediate and longer-term suicidal ideation (primary outcome) and resilience (secondary outcome) among American Indian (AI) adolescents ages 10-24 identified at risk for suicide. Hypotheses: i. New Hope vs. CM alone will significantly reduce participant suicidal ideation. ii. Elders Resi...

At-risk Intervention and Mentoring Evaluation

The purpose of this study is to determine if a hospital-based violence intervention programs can make sustainable behavior changes in at-risk youth using two key components, brief intervention at the hospital bedside and case management.

Sustainable Early Episode Clinic Study

Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness and one of the leading causes of long-term disability in the world. It is characterized by psychotic symptoms, social withdrawal, apathy, cognitive impairments and problems with social and occupational functioning. The first five years of psychotic symptoms is known as the "critical period", associated with high risk for relapse, re-hospitalizations, and suicide. While early episode clinics are becoming more prevalent, they have ...

Growing Resilience in Wind River Indian Reservation

The Growing Resilience research leverages reservation-based assets of land, family, culture, and front-line tribal health organizations to develop and evaluate home food gardens as a family-based health promotion intervention to reduce disparities suffered by Native Americans in nearly every measure of health. Home gardening interventions show great promise for enabling families to improve their health, and this study aims to fulfill that promise with university and Wind River ...

The Impact of Pack Supply on Birth Control Pill Continuation

The purpose of this study is to determine whether getting more packs of birth control pills leads to improved continuation, when compared with getting the traditional supply.

Natural History of Wilson Disease

The purpose of the registry/repository is to provide a mechanism to store data and specimens to support the conduct of future research about Wilson disease (WD). The overall aim is to determine the optimal testing for diagnosis and parameters for monitoring treatment of WD that will aid product utilization and development.

Tobramycin in Bronchiectasis Colonized With Pseudmonas Aeruginosa

This is a phase 3 study. Patients will be enrolled from 14 medical centers in mainland China. Eligible patients will be randomly allocated to treatment group (tobramycin nebulization, 300mg bid) and control group (natural saline nebulization, 5ml bid). A total of two 28-day on-and-off cycles will be scheduled. Both tobramycin solution and natural saline and the nebulizer will be solely provided by the sponsor.

Osimertinib Study in Indian Patients

This is a prospective, single-arm, multicenter, phase-IV study investigating the safety of osimertinib in Indian adult patients.

Feasibility of the Preparation of an Advanced Therapy Medicinal Product for Dental Pulp Regeneration

Current endodontic treatment are based essentially on the ouster of parenchyma in case of trauma or irreversible pulp inflammation. These situations typically affect immature teeth in subjects aged from 8 to 15 years. Consequently, loss of a functional pulp is leads to discontinuation of root development and apical closure. The challenge for the clinician in the management of such situations is then preserving a pulp vitality. But current practices consist in a filling of the e...

Post Marketing Surveillance of Nintedanib in Indian Patients With Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

This is an active surveillance study to monitor the real world safety of nintedanib in Indian patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. The safety of nintedanib has been assessed in clinical trials. Since only 20 patients from India were enrolled in the INPULSIS trials, the safety data on Indian patients is limited. In this active surveillance, the safety of nintedanib in IPF patients will be examined in Indian real world setting

Natural Cycle Versus Stimulated Cycle Before Frozen Embryo Transfer

Embryo freezing is a technique used regularly to optimize the pregnancy rate in case of infertility. This method is performed in presence of supernumerary embryo(s) after fresh transfer, or after freeze all embryos in case of medical reasons. It is necessary to control that the transfer is performed when the endometrium is receptive, which is essential for embryo implantation and pregnancy. This period is defined as the "implantation window". Endometrial preparation can be achi...

Sperm DNA Fragmentation in Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

In human, 2% of couples experimented Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). Currently, while etiological investigations were performed, 40 to 50 % of RPL were unexplained. In animals' studies, several studies have underlined the importance of sperm quality for a normal embryo development. In human, epidemiological studies have demonstrated that several male risk factors have effects on development (male mediated development toxicology). However, few studies have explored sperm DNA fra...

The Use of rFVIIa in Trauma Patients: A Multi-Center Case Registry

Trauma surgeons throughout the US have begun using recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa) to control severe hemorrhage following injury when traditional measures have failed. Despite promising results from several small studies, there remain several unanswered questions regarding the use of this relatively expensive product in injured patients including: - The timing of administration - Selection of appropriate patients who are most likely to benefit - The ...

Design and Clinical Evaluation of a School Meal With Deworming Properties

Intestinal parasites (IP) are among the world's neglected tropical diseases. Morbidity due to IPs is greatest in school-age children who typically have the highest burden of infection. In 2001, WHO passed a resolution for the use of large-scale mass drug administration (MDA) of antihelminthic drugs to deworm children in developing countries. Though initially effective, there is concern that MDA might not be sustainable over extended periods especially considering the large chil...

Effect of OPC Factor on Energy Levels

In this study the food supplement OPC Factor will be tested to determine its effectiveness for increasing energy levels in healthy people aged 45-65 when compared to a placebo. All subjects will receive both active product and placebo at some time during the study. The study is nine weeks in duration. It involves three visits, taking an effervescent powder in water twice a day, and answering 24 multiple choice questions once a week. Subjects who complete the study can elect to ...

In Vivo Sun Protection Factor Determination

The study aims to determine the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 8 cosmetic products in vivo on the back of human participants, according to the International Standard Sun Protection Test method by using a sun simulator.

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