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Obesity Clinical Trials

A listing of Obesity medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (19) clinical trials

A research study is evaluating the effects of an investigational dose of an FDA-approved medication for cardiovascular outcomes in adults who are overweight.

Phase N/A

Emergency data suggest 17OHP-C may be less efficacious in obese women. Since obesity is associated with lower levels of plasma 17OHP-C, the investigator hypothesize that higher doses of 17OHP-C may help to prevent spontaneous PTB among obese women. The study aims to compare the pharmacokinetics of 17 OHP-C in obese ...

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Effect of Dietary Protein and Energy Restriction in the Improvement of Insulin Resistance in Subjects With Obesity

STUDY PROGRAM The study will consist of a previous examination and 4 visits during the follow-up period. Previous visit: pre-admission (Duration approximately 40 minutes) Participants who meet the inclusion criteria will be selected. These will be captured through advertising. Participants will be informed of the characteristics of the study, the ...

Phase N/A

A Study to Assess Safety Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of MEDI0382 in Non-diabetic Obese Subjects

This is a Phase 1, randomized, blinded, placebo-controlled study in up to approximately 15 non-diabetic obese subjects with a body mass index (BMI) 35 kg/m2. Subjects will be blinded, but investigators/site staff and sponsor will be unblinded. The subjects will participate in the study for up to approximately 18 weeks, ...

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Quinine and Food Intake

Rationale: The appearance of tastants in the small intestine following food ingestion results in the onset of digestion and absorption but can also result in the activation of a negative feedback mechanism from different parts of the intestine to the stomach, the small intestine and to the central nervous system. ...

Phase N/A

Reducing Diabetes Risk Factors in American Indian Children: Tribal Turning Point

The objectives of tis study are to rigorously evaluate the effect of Tribal Turning Point (TTP) on diabetes risk factors in Native youth. The investigators will enroll up to 360 youth who are aged 7-10 years, overweight/obese (BMI >85th percentile), self-identify as American Indian, and have >1 parent/primary caregiver willing ...

Phase N/A

C1q/TNF-related Protein 9 (CTRP 9) Level in Preeclamptic Obese and Non-obese Pregnancies

The most important reason for the development of preeclampsia is the problem of trophoblastinvasion and consequent formation and development of placenta is not healthy Cytokines are regulatory molecules that have effects on cell functions.Cytokines are molecules that also regulate endothelial functions. Placenta formation and widespread endothelial damage are under the ...

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Non-Pharmacologic Alternatives for Childhood Obesity

The aim of this study is to determinate the efficacy and safety of agave inulin, curcumin, and omega-3 fatty acids (O3FA) to decrease the weight of children with obesity. We designed a randomized controlled clinical trial (RCT) with four study groups: agave inulin, curcumin, omega-3 fatty acids and a control ...

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ObeSity Related Colorectal Adenoma Risk

Bowel cancer, or colorectal cancer (CRC), is the second most common cancer affecting both men and women in England. The majority of CRCs develop from a pre-cancerous type of growth in the bowel called an adenoma. Detecting and removing these adenomas is important in reducing CRC risk. A study which ...

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Preventing and Addressing At-obesity-Risk Early Years iNtervention With Home Visits in Toronto (PARENT): A Pragmatic RCT

This study will determine whether a primary care based intervention that combines group based parenting skills training and public health nurse home visits with a focus on healthy nutrition, activity and sleep, compared to regular health care will lead to improved weight status in 18 months-3 year old children. Healthy ...

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