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Men's Health Clinical Trials

A listing of Men's Health 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 (13) clinical trials

Researchers are conducting a study to explore factors that affect gay men's satisfaction with health care interaction in the state of Washington. Participants will be asked to complete an Internet-based survey, which is estimated to take between 24 and 36 minutes. For more information, please contact: Michael Huggins, EdD ARNP ...

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The purpose of the study is to see if there is a relationship to exposure to violence and HIV risk behaviors in young men who engage in same sex relationships. This is a one-time survey. Participation will take about 30 minutes. Participants may be asked if they are willing to ...

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PowerUp for Health: A Diabetes Prevention Program for Men

During year one, the multi-disciplinary research team will work closely with the expert and community Advisory Panel and consultants to adapt the standard NDPP curriculum in order to promote increased engagement of men. "Engagement" is defined in this proposal to include recruitment, group participation and retention in the 16-week program. ...

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GPS: Adaptation Trial of an HIV Prevention Counselling Program for HIV-positive and HIV-negative Gay and Bisexual Men

GPS is a sexual health promotion and HIV prevention peer-delivered counselling program. The GPS program has 4 parts: information provision about HIV and sexually transmitted infections, motivational interviewing counselling, sexual health behavioural skills building, and linkage to care. The adaptation grant has three goals: 1) to establish a multi-region and ...

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Dried Plums Prevent Inflammation And Improve Bone Health in Osteopenic Men

Osteoporosis in men is an important yet an understudied debilitating disease. To date, most therapies are directed towards postmenopausal osteoporosis, and the efficacy of these therapies is not established for male osteoporosis. Therefore, due to concerns regarding the increasing prevalence of male osteoporosis and minimal treatment options available, it is ...

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Men Together Making a Difference: Health Promotion for Black Men

African Americans are heavily burdened with preventable and treatable diseases, including cardiovascular disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and cancers. African Americans have the highest age-adjusted death rates for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS compared with other Americans. The broad objective of this research is to ...

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Two Weeks of Reduced Activity and Skeletal Muscle Health in Older Men

Overall study design: This study will be structured as a randomised control trial with two exercise treatment groups and one 'control' group. All three groups will undergo 14-days of reduced activity by restricting daily walking to less than 1,500 steps. One group will undertake four weeks of resistance exercise pre-training ...

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A Unified Intervention for Young Gay and Bisexual Men's Minority Stress Mental Health and HIV Risk

ESTEEM (Effective Skills to Empower Effective Men) is a 10-session skills-building intervention designed to reduce young gay and bisexual men's (YGBM) co-occurring health risks by reducing the underlying cognitive, affective, and behavioral pathways through which minority stress impairs YGBM's health. ESTEEM is based on the Unified Protocol, a cognitive-behavioral therapy ...

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HAT TRICK: An Innovative Health Promotion Program for Men

Despite the benefits associated with lifestyle changes, men are less likely than women to engage in healthy lifestyle behaviours. Many men are reluctant and/or 'hard-to-reach', making it difficult to implement chronic illness prevention initiatives. Traditionally, a central challenge associated with engaging men in their health were perceptions that attention to ...

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