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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 (15) clinical trials

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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A 8 to 12 Week Randomized, Double-Blind Study to Compare the Fixed-Dose Combination of Telmisartan 80 + Amlodipine 10mg Versus Amlodipine 10mg Monotherapy as First Line Therapy in Type 2 Diebetes Patients with Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) Patient Inclusion Criteria: Men or Women 18 Years of Age or Older May ...

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People with primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) are asked to participate in a research study being conducted by Montefiore Medical Center.  

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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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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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Diet and Exercise Program to Promote Weight Loss and Improve Health in Men With Low- or Low-Intermediate-Risk Prostate Cancer

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES: I. To test whether the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) lifestyle intervention (versus [vs.] control) improves serum fasting glucose. II. To test whether the DPP lifestyle intervention (vs. control) improves serum biomarkers of glucose regulation (insulin, C-peptide, insulin-like growth factor-1 [IGF-1], IGF binding protein 3 [IGF-BP3] and adiponectin). III. ...

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Fathers Raising Responsible Men (FRRM): Addressing Sexual Health

FRRM is a male-focused intervention designed to reduce adolescent male sexual risk behavior through supporting father-son communication about sex and condoms. The goals of the program are to reduce the number of unprotected sex acts among adolescent males through (1) improved knowledge about correct and consistent condom use, (2) increased ...

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Sexual Health of Obese Men Before and After Bariatric Surgery.

The sexual dysfunctions are more commonly in the obese men population. For example, erectile dysfunction is more than twice as common as in the general population. However, the data on sexuality in the broad sense are rarer. The latter are in favor of an inconsistent improvement and use the Brief ...

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Vitamin D and Resistance Exercise Training; Effects on Musculoskeletal Health in Frail Older Men and Women

We are an ageing population with life expectancy currently increasing at 2 years per decade. Crucially, healthy life expectancy is not keeping pace and older adults are now spending longer in poor health. Sarcopenia represents a major, serious and increasing public health problem. While the causes of sarcopenia are still ...

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