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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.


Found (271) clinical trials

Oral Health for Healthy Cognitive Aging

Objective 1: To determine volumetric and anatomical changes of subcortical structures and cortical areas involved in the masticatory circuit and superior cognitive functions. Objective 2: To determine the functional and brain connectivity changes associated with malocclusion and oral health. Objective 3: To correlate the anatomic and functional changes associated with ...

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Aging and Mixed Perturbation Training to Reduce Falls in Locomotion

Impaired or delayed reactive postural responses pose a potential threat to falls while walking resulting in slips or trips in older and neurologically impaired individuals. Therefore, increase in understanding of postural responses to unexpected external perturbation in older adults and people with neurological diseases will lead to development of new ...

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The Effect of Age and Inspiratory Resistance on the Inspiratory Gas Levels While Wearing Air Purifying Respirator "

After signing the consent form, 20 healthy young subjects and 20 healthy older subjects will go through a medical examination. Subjects will be asked for their medical history especially on respiratory and cardiac diseases. All subjects will go through a spirometry test to evaluate their respiratory function. After their medical ...

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Investigating My Active and Healthy Aging

In the past decade, frailty has attracted great attention of the scientific community and public health organizations as precursor and contributor of age-related diseases. Frailty is a common clinical syndrome in older adults, affecting 7-12% of the older population, and the occurrence of frailty increases with age and may exceed ...

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A Multidimensional Behavioral Intervention for Those at Risk for Alzheimer's Dementia

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility and efficacy of a 10-week multi-dimensional intervention for older adults with subjective cognitive concerns (SCC). The goal of this intervention is to enhance compensation skills related to everyday executive and everyday memory functions through training in the systematic use of ...

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Innovative Imaging of Cerebrum and Muscle (iCAM) Repeatability Study

Impairments in postural control are linked to low back pain and reductions in physical function in the elderly. Unfortunately, many techniques to assess the neural control of movement are not feasible or directly applicable to the trunk musculature. We have developed an innovative approach to study these muscles. Further development ...

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Sedentary Behavior Interrupted: A Trial of Acute Effects on Biomarkers of Healthy Aging

The specific aims of this protocol include: Aim 1. To investigate the acute effect of sitting interruption modalities on postprandial glucose and insulin concentrations, compared to prolonged sitting. Aim 2. To investigate the acute effect of sitting interruption modalities on the physiologic parameters of endothelial function, compared to prolong sitting. ...

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Safety and Efficacy of the BTL-FR2000 Device for the Treatment of Facial Wrinkles

Subjects will be photographed at the baseline visit. After the treatment phase, subjects will be invited for two follow-up visits - 3 and 6 months after the last therapy. They will be again photographed. Three blinded evaluators will be scoring the full face photos according to the Fitzpatrick Wrinkle Severity ...

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Ageing as a Mindset: A Counterclockwise Experiment to Rejuvenate Older Adults

Ageing is generally perceived as a biologically-determined process. There is growing literature, however, that discusses the role of psychological factors in the ageing process. In particular, age-related stereotypes, which reflect the images that people have about the ageing process, seem to have a strong influence on health and life satisfaction, ...

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Motivating Videos to Encourage Cycling for Geriatric Rehabilitation

Implementation will be conducted in two settings (Geriatric Day Hospital (GDH) Elisabeth Bruyere Hospital and the Day Treatment Centre (DTC) Baycrest Health Sciences). The settings selected have similar client profiles in terms of age, frailty, cognition, etc. Three subject groups will be included to obtain a holistic understanding of the ...

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