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Perception of Risks Into Work During Pregnancy Among Post-partum Women in the Lille Metropolis

In ten years, the labor force has grown by 1.4 million people according to French national institute for statistical and economic studies. This increase is partly due to the increased presence of women in the labor market. Thus, the majority of some 800,000 annual births come from working women. However, some women in professional activity may be exposed to occupational risks, which may have effects on the develop-ment of the fetus during pregnancy. France benefits from protect...

Communication With in Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Patients About Risks

The primary objective of this trial is to determine whether written educational materials plus brief education by telephone will help patients better understand and participate in the decision on how many embryos to transfer to the uterus during treatment of infertility with in vitro fertilization (IVF). The main study hypothesis is that women and men who receive the study's educational intervention will experience favorable changes in knowledge and beliefs about benefits, sus...

Measuring Preferences for Childbirth After Cesarean

The objective of this proposed 18-month exploratory research study is to help pregnant women weigh risks and benefits in a childbirth decision using the Preferences-Assessment Computer Module. Our hypothesis is that, after using this computer module, women will be more aware of the potential risks and benefits of VBAC and of elective repeat cesarean and will have greater clarity about their preferences related to these risks and benefits.

Online Education to Inform the Elderly About Age-related Alcohol Risks

This proposed Phase 2 The Small Business Innovation Research study is a randomized trial of the effectiveness of "A Toast to Health in Later Life!" a web-based patient educational program designed to prevent hazardous and harmful drinking in older adults. The project's specific objectives are to 1. provide reliable information on the extent to which "A Toast to Health in Later Life!" reduces alcohol-related risks and problems among older patients who drink and ...

Health-related QoF Between OAB-wet and OAB-dry Women

Overactive bladder syndrome (OAB) has a great negative impact on health-related quality of life. In literatures, few studies reported the comparisons of health related quality of life between OAB-wet and OAB-dry female patients. Thus, our aim is to compare the clinical variables and health-related quality of life between OAB-wet and OAB-dry women.

The Health in Pregnancy (HIP) Study

Pregnancy is a critical time to address preventable behavioral risks that pose serious threats to the health of both the mother and the developing fetus. We propose to conduct a randomized, controlled trial to determine the extent to which the Health in Pregnancy (HIP) program, a brief motivational intervention featuring a "Video Doctor," provider cueing sheets, and patient educational worksheets, can reduce pregnant women's cigarette smoking, alcohol drinking, illicit drug us...

Promoting Breast Cancer Screening in Women Who Survived Childhood Cancer

The purpose of this study is to empower women to improve their health in two very important areas: breast and heart health. This twelve-month study will compare two methods of informing participants about potential health risks and ways to stay healthy. The EMPOWER Study has been designed for adult women who were treated for a childhood cancer with chest radiation.

Improving Women's and Children's Health Via Biobanking and Electronic Registry

Pregnancy related diseases and exposures in pregnancy are known risk factors for future disease. For example, women with a history of preeclampsia (a hypertensive disorder in pregnancy) and children born to these women are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease later in life. Yet, the mechanisms by which these long term health risks occur are unknown. Clearly, this presents a significant public health hazard as preventative and therapeutic interventions to block these preg...

Health-Related Outcomes in Patients Who Were Previously Treated for Rhabdomyosarcoma

RATIONALE: Cancer treatment may have risks that affect health outcomes later. It is not yet known what health outcomes may be related to previous treatment for rhabdomyosarcoma. PURPOSE: Study to determine health outcomes in patients who have survived 5 years after receiving treatment for rhabdomyosarcoma on the Intergroup Rhabdomyosarcoma Study Group protocols.

Arab American Women's Health Study

This study evaluates how Arab American women's cultural values and sexual health are related to their physical and emotional health. The study will also examine whether engaging in a sexual health interview affects women's physical and emotional health.

Psychosocial Impact of Cancer-Related Female Infertility

The success of cancer treatment combined with the trend to delay childbearing is increasing the numbers of women survivors whose childbearing has been interrupted by cancer. For some, treatment has resulted in infertility. Others have been advised to delay pregnancy until a certain follow-up interval or have new fears that pregnancy could be a risk to maternal health. Not least is the concern that children born after a mother's cancer would face increased risks for birth defect...

Cardio-metabolic Risk Factors, Osteoporosis and Thrombus Embolic Assessment, Along Woman's Life

Background: It is well known that health risks change during lifespan. The weight of a single risk factor increases with aging. The clinical significance of a single risk factor is clear but there is a lack on the effectof multiple risk factors linked together along different hormones condition of women's life in particular regarding to metabolic syndrome, osteoporosis, and thromboembolic risk. Aim: 1) characterization and follow up of cardiometabolic risk in women of childbea...

Intervention for Pregnancy Related Pain

Women in rural communities receive less access to prenatal care, and experience slightly higher rates of complications during pregnancy. A very prevalent pregnancy related complication is Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain (PPGP), effecting up to 76% of all pregnant women. Historically, PPGP has been thought to originate from hormonal changes associated with pregnancy, but its cause is more likely due to loss of motor control and/or malpositioning of the pelvic bones. Despite...

The Communication of Genetic Risk to Adolescent Daughters of Women With Breast Cancer

The purpose of this study is to first understand how MSKCC Clinical Genetics Service doctors talk to women with breast cancer about any genetic risks they might carry, and if they help women to think about what they might say, in turn, to their relatives, especially their daughters. A second part of the study asks women for their opinions about when and how their daughters should be told about any genetic risks. All of this will help us develop teaching methods to help...

Community-based Screening and Treatment of Malaria in Pregnancy: a Cluster-randomized Trial

Malaria is a common disease in Africa and a major health problem. Pregnant women are also at risk of malaria. Malaria in pregnancy is life threatening to both the mother and the baby she is carrying. It can result in the destruction of the mother's blood and in babies with a lower birth weight than normal, making them less healthy in their first years of life. These risks are even higher in women having their first pregnancy. When a woman is pregnant she should go to the Anten...

Oral Contraceptives in the Metabolic Syndrome

Oral contraceptives (OCs) are the most widely used method of reversible birth control. However, the long-term cardiovascular safety of the widely used low-dose OCs (ethinyl-estradiol < 50 mcg) is still debated. Although cardiovascular events are rare in young women whether they use OCs or not, the risks of myocardial infarction and ischemic stroke are increased among users of OCs who have conventional cardiovascular risk factors such as use of tobacco, diabetes or hypercholest...

Pictorial Warning Labels, Numeracy, and Memory for Numeric Cigarette Health-risk Information Over Time

Pictorial cigarette warning labels (PWLs) are thought to increase risk knowledge, but experimental research has not examined PWLs' longer term effects on memory for health risks, or for numeric risks (e.g., percentage risk for developing lung cancer). This trial tests memory for numeric health risks immediately or after a six-week delay for US adult smokers. In addition, the trial tests the effects of different warning label components (e.g., whether the numeric risks are perce...

Women and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

This is a follow-up survey of women, 10-12 years after they were included in the population-based Stork Groruddalen study of pregnant women, primarily set up to study gestational diabetes and related health issues in pregnancy in a multiethnic population. The investigators will now update the information about the health status of these women to study the development of risk factors for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

Healing Touch and Health-Related Quality of Life in Women With Breast Cancer Receiving Radiation Therapy

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of Healing Touch to improve health-related quality of life in women with breast cancer receiving radiation therapy. Research Hypothesis Healing Touch significantly improves health-related quality of life when compared to a placebo treatment, among women receiving radiation therapy for treatment of breast cancer.

Age-Related Changes in Body Composition

Background: - Advancing age is associated with greater risk of heart disease. High blood pressure and hardening of the arteries also have more complications with age. Studies suggest that age-related inflammation may affect fatty tissue in the body. If this fat develops in the muscles or around the heart, it may increase risks of heart disease. Researchers will study body composition in older adults to see if age-related changes in body fat are related to higher risks of...

Primary Care iSBIRT to Reduce Serious Teen Health Risks

The goal of the project is to develop and test an internet/intranet-based Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (iSBIRT) system for adolescents that targets a broad range of serious health-risks and problem behaviors.

The Symptom Experience of Women With Perimenstrual Syndrome;Women's Health Related Quality of Life.

The purpose of these series research project is to investigate the prevalence, symptoms cluster and characteristic; establish the systemic symptom management nursing strategies (PMS-SMP); determine short-and long-term effectiveness of PMS-SMP. To enhance the health related quality of life of women with Perimenstrual syndrome. Simultaneously, the PMS-SMP offers a research and clinical based protocol to demonstrate the independent nursing role and practice care model. The 3-year ...

Developing the Family Map: Looking at Communal Coping

Background: - Knowing one s family medical history is a part of staying healthy. Some health risks run in families, and knowing these risks can promote more healthy behavior. Different social and cultural factors may affect how family members share this information. Genetic risk information that is shared in one family may not be shared in the same way in another. This information may also be shared differently between spouses, siblings, or parents and children. It may...

Effect of Group Education and Individual Counselling on Mental Health and Quality of Life in 45-60 Year Old Women

Background: Stress-related ill health is today the most common cause of long-term sick leave in women in the middle of life and a common cause of visits to primary health care. Objective: To implement and investigate the effect of education in group and/or individually held in primary health care clinics embracing aspects of mental health, quality of life, sick leave and the needs women aged 45-60 with stress-related symptoms have. Method The study is a randomiz...

Ospemifene vs. Conjugated Estrogens in the Treatment of Postmenopausal Sexual Dysfunction

Vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA) is a condition that impacts up to 60% of the growing postmenopausal female population, and the most common symptom is dyspareunia. Vaginal estrogen is the most common treatment for VVA, but it only marginally improves overall sexual function, and many women and clinicians avoid using it because of the risks of exogenous estrogen use during menopause. Ospemifene is a non-estrogen selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) that is FDA-approved for tre...

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