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Aging Clinical Trials

A listing of Aging 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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MI Practice and tDCS With Aging

The mental repetition of movements - or motor imagery (MI) practice - facilitates motor learning. It allows avoiding fatigue that occurs during physical practice; this method is thus particularly interesting for elderly people. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a noninvasive method of neurostimulation during which a low direct current ...

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The Effect of Time-restricted Feeding on Physiological Function in Middle-aged and Older Adults

Overall, the proposed research project has the long-term potential to influence clinical practice by establishing novel therapies for treating multiple domains of age-associated physiological dysfunction and thereby reducing the risk of clinical disease and disability.

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Pilot Study of Triphala and Rubia Cordifolia on Gut Microbiome and Skin

Herbal supplements such as Rubia cordifolia and Triphala [a mix of Emblica officinalis (Amalaki), Terminalia bellerica (Bibhitaki), and Terminalia chebula (Haritaki)] are commonly used for skin based treatments in India. However, the scientific evidence for their specific effects on the skin are scant. Rubia cordifolia is a root that is ...

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Appetite Regulation in Older-Aged Obese Individuals

In a cross sectional design participants will be studied on one occasion after a 3-day diet run-in. On the study day they will present in the fasting state, have an intravenous catheter placed for blood draws and have baseline blood samples taken and appetite measures performed. Participants will then undergo ...

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Psychosocial Intervention for Older HIV+ Adults With HAND

Approximately half of the aging HIV-positive population will be affected by HAND, making cognitive impairment related to HIV a significant comorbidity in this population. With the development, access to, and early initiation of modern antiretroviral therapy (ART), HAND is less severe and less common than it once was. However, people ...

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The UNCODE Study: Unravelling the Neural Contributors Of Dynapenia in Elders

The UNCODE Study seeks to better identify the neurological causes of muscle weakness associated with advancing age. The main study consists of 4 laboratory-based testing sessions that involve testing muscle strength and physical and cognitive function as well as a battery of tests to 1) quantify brain excitability (using single ...

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Telephone Counseling to Enhance the Quality and Safety of Romantic and Sexual Relationships in People Living and Aging With HIV

Estimated rates of condomless anal and vaginal intercourse among HIV-positive older adults remain high. Brief motivational interventions delivered face-to-face have demonstrated efficacy at reducing condomless sex in HIV-positive persons. However, these interventions are not contextualized to the unique sexual health needs of HIV-positive older adults. Further, many HIV-positive older adults ...

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Committed Actions for Successful Aging

The CASA model is developed here in the investigators program (Geda et al) based on neuroscience and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The rationale for the study is that the cortico-cortical network linking the prefrontal cortex with the mesial temporal lobe is susceptible to the wear and tear of day ...

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A 14 Week Study of Mindfulness Effects on Attentional Control in Older Adults

This will be a 14-week research study exploring week to week changes in attentional control and selected time-varying covariates. The study will involve comparison of two groups of adults aged 65 and older. Half the participants (n=20) will be randomized to received eight weeks of mindfulness-inspired training, while the other ...

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Aging Program Project Grant 6

This study aims to enhance circadian signals to improve cardiometabolic functions in older adults though meal timing interventions and melatonin supplements. Cardiometabolic disease (CMD) is prevalent among older adults, but despite vigorous research to prevent it, it remains on of the greatest public health challenges. Previous research has shown that ...

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