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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 (15) clinical trials

A research study is evaluating an investigational medication for weight loss when combined with behavioral therapy.

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The Effects of Beverages on Food Liking

At the completion of the phone screen, eligible participants will be scheduled to come to the Healthy Eating and Activity Laboratory for the start of their baseline assessment. The first session will occur the week prior to the test days. At this appointment, informed consent will be obtained, a demographic ...

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Stress Management in Obesity During a Thermal Spa Residential Program

The Obesi-Stress protocol was designed to provide a better understanding of the effect of a spa residential program combined with a stress management program on the improvement of heart rate variability in the treatment of obesity. In the present protocol, parameters are measured on five occasions (inclusion, at the start ...

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A Research Study of NNC0165-1562 and Semaglutide in People Who Are Overweight or Obese

The study is investigating new medicines for weight control in people with high body weight. The study looks at how the study medicines work in the body. Participants will get semaglutide and either NNC0165-1562 or "dummy" medicine -which treatment participants get is decided by chance. Participants will get 2 injections ...

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The BALLOON- (BALLOon Treatment for Obesity in Norway) Pilot Study

The primary aims of the pilot study are to streamline the infrastructure, machinery, and clinical experience with the balloon before the start of the randomized trial. The inclusion and exclusion criteria, and measurement points will be similar for the two studies. The primary endpoints of the pilot study are to ...

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The Impact of Methadone Maintenance Therapy on Food Reward Processing in Opioid Dependence

Methadone maintenance therapy (MMT) has shown clear efficacy for relieving opioid withdrawal symptoms and reducing the morbidity and mortality of opioid dependence. A notable phenomenon associated with MMT is increased food intake, enhanced sweet preferences, and weight gain. The underlying neural mechanisms for opioid-related overconsumption are not well understood but ...

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Epigenorm Antivir Combined With Acupuncture for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Patients Who Are Overweight or Obese

Epigenome-Antivir components have long been used in traditional medicine and have been shown to exert anti-inflammatory properties both in vitro and in vivo. It has also been shown that acupuncture can provide a moderate analgesic effect in osteoarthritis. It is anticipated that the combination of Epigenome-Antivir and acupuncture will reduce ...

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Obesity and Caries in Young South Asian Children: A Common Risk Factor Approach

CHALO builds upon the team's prior research re: cariogenic (R34-DE-022282) and obesogenic behaviors (10, 14, 15). CHALO's intervention components-- home visits, phone support, and "patient navigation" to dental visits-- proved to be feasible and acceptable. In the pilot R34, there were promising behavioral change on all measures. CHALO builds on ...

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Endoscopic Gastric Tubulization

Gastric restriction is one of the fundamental principles of gastric bypass and gastric banding. Despite its advantages (long term weight loss, comorbidities related to obesity improvement), bariatric surgery is risky. In fact, complications putting the patient into a life-threatening condition can occur. Endoscopic approaches are similar to current surgical methods ...

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TRUST Study of Adolescent Weight Self-Management

Background Adolescent obesity is a serious concern in the US, placing young people at risk for multiple chronic conditions. Family-based interventions are most effective with this challenge1, but adolescents' trust of their parents diminishes around age 14 as a result of developmental brain changes2-4. This distrust may thwart family-based weight ...

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