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Official Title: Micronutrients for ADHD in Youth: The "MADDY" Study
Do you have a child with ADHD? Are you interested in hearing about a vitamin and mineral supplement that may help with irritability? The Ohio State Nisonger Center is currently enrolling for a research study to evaluate an investigational vitamin and mineral supplement for ADHD. The study sup...
Official Title: Anxiety Sensitivity, Fear, Emotion Dysregulation, and Sleep Behavior Among Participants in a Behavioral Weight Management Program (The WMSEE Study)
Researchers at The Ohio State University are seeking volunteers who identify as African American or Black for a study that is designed to evaluate emotional responses during exercise and the influences of emotion on sleep and eating behaviors. The goal is to identify factors that may influence healt...
Official Title: Adipocyte-T Cell Interactions Modulate Adipose Inflammation and Insulin Sensitivity Following Weight Gain
The purpose of this research study is to better understand the role of fat tissue, how cells in fat tissue communicate, and determine what signals specific cells use to cause inflammation and insulin resistance during weight gain. This may help researchers better understand the process that happens ...
Official Title: Gut Feelings: Marriage, Mood, and the Gut Microbiome
The purpose of this study is to help understand how your mood, your diet, and your life with your partner affect your gut microbiome (the bacteria in your gut) and your immune system, and to assess the degree of similarity in your partner’s microbiome and your own microbiome. Couples will rece...
We hope to find out more about oral food challenges in young children under 24 months of age who have had no prior exposure to peanuts but have had a positive peanut allergy test. This study will help researchers learn about predictive nature of allergy skin and blood testing for infants at risk...
Official Title: Collaborative Lifestyle Intervention Program for Knee OsteoArthritis (CLIP-OA)
The purpose of the study is to compare the effects of a novel community-based Exercise and Dietary Weight Loss program to the Arthritis Foundation’s Walk with Ease exercise intervention on weight loss, mobility, pain, and quality of life in knee osteoarthritis (OA) patients.
This study is being done to determine the relationship of food habits, diet quality, and food safety behaviors among cancer patients. It is an initial step to help us understand the effect of food insecurity and risky food safety practices on cancer treatment outcomes and patient well-being.
Official Title: Improving beta cell function in young Hispanic women with prediabetes
Official Title: Improving beta cell function in young Hispanic women with prediabetes This study is a 6 month medically supervised lifestyle intervention to help those who feel they are overweight and believe they are at risk of developing prediabetes and/or diabetes. It is funded by the National...
Official Title: Improving Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors and Health Outcomes in High-Risk Individuals
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of the online Million Hearts® wellness program modules, with or without health coaching, in comparison to health coaching alone, on the health status of Ohio State University employees who are considered pre-diabetic, hypertensive, and overweight o...
The purpose of this study to determine the effects of high cheese diets varying in carbohydrate content on markers of disease risk. These findings will help determine the role of cheese and carbohydrate as part of a healthy diet for individuals at risk of developing diabetes.
Official Title: Regulation of Postprandial Nitric Oxide Bioavailability and Vascular Function By Dairy Milk
Researchers in the Human Nutrition program are seeking volunteers to take part in a study that may help them discover the potential benefits of dairy to regulate blood sugar responses and improve heart health.
Official Title: Human blood outcomes following tocotrienol supplementation - NUTRITION Phase I and IIA
A natural form of vitamin E called tocotrienol (TCT) has potential blood thinning and cholesterol lowering affects. This study is being done to determine the optimal dose of TCT in healthy participants. If vitamin E thins the blood and lowers cholesterol in healthy adults, plans are to see if vitami...
The purpose of this study is to implement and test a garden-based health and nutrition education program, combining nutrition and physical activity classes with technology, aimed at increasing adherence to cancer prevention and survivorship guidelines.