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The Fit-One trial involves three prospective, randomized waitlist-controlled studies. These studies evaluate the effects of One Drop's digital therapeutics solution with and without Fitbit devices on the social cognitive, behavioral, and health outcomes of people with diabetes. Fit-One is being tested on adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) of all weights, and adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D) or pre-diabetes that are overweight or obese (BMI ≥ 25).
A quantitative prospective cohort study will be conducted, where blood samples will be collected at different timings during the IVF protocol, to assess the impact of fertility medications on metabolic parameters of patients undergoing IVF treatment.
The primary objective of the proposed study is to examine and understand the impact of long-term almond consumption on chronic glucose metabolism in subjects with impaired glucose tolerance.
This study will evaluate a VA MyHealtheVet Secure Messaging intervention that uses different intervention messaging strategies designed to increase engagement in behaviors to prevent type 2 diabetes. The investigators will enroll 144 eligible Veterans into a 12-week MyHealtheVet Secure Messaging intervention. Eligible Veterans include those who are currently using MyHealtheVet secure messaging, meet inclusion/exclusion criteria, and have received an HbA1c test within the last 6 months that meets the ADA/CDC classification for prediabetes. Study participants will be surveyed about their engagement in behaviors to prevent TDM2 and mediators of this engagement. After completing a baseline survey, participants will be randomly assigned to receive different novel presentations of information about ways to prevent T2DM through both Secure Messaging and US Mail. The investigators will test the 5 presentations that each: (1) represent an innovative approach from behavioral economics or health psychology with great promise to increase engagement in behaviors to prevent T2DM among patients with prediabetes; and (2) have not been tested in this setting.
This study will use continuous glucose monitoring and actigraphy to examine whether a personalized, daily sleep extension intervention improves glucose regulation for community dwelling, sleep-restricted adults with pre-diabetes. The randomized controlled trial will include 150 adults with pre-diabetes. Sleep extension and habitual sleep groups will complete daily sleep diaries and participate in a weekly 15-minute telephone call or videoconference meeting with a member of the study team (8 sessions total). Data collection will be at 2 time points: pre-randomization and post-intervention (completion of the 8-week intervention). Changes in the percent time glucose is ≥ 140mg/dL at baseline and post-intervention will be established and compared across the sleep extension and habitual sleep arms.
This study evaluates the effect of different doses of metformin on the function of endothelium in people with pre-diabetes. One group of the patients will receive metformin in dose: 1500 mg, the second one will receive 3000 mg/day.
This is a single center brain Positron Emission Tomography (PET) study of 18F-MK-6240. Eligible participants are persons from Northern Manhattan who self-identify as Hispanic, non-Hispanic Black, or Non-Hispanic White, who are 55 to 69 years of age, of both sexes, without dementia, who have already agreed to undergo, of have undergone, brain amyloid PET and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Those eligible will have one brain PET scan with 18F-MK-6240, repeated after 18 months to 30 months. Vital signs will be checked prior to injection of 18F-MK-6240 and again at the completion of the PET scan. The primary objective is to relate diabetes status and glycemia to in-vivo brain tau accumulation, across and within ethnic and racial groups.
To investigate whether intensive metabolic intervention of PCOS women before pregnancy can improve pregnancy outcome.Besides, the investigators aim to investigate the best therapy strategy of metabolic intervention before pregnancy.The investigators plan to recruit PCOS women at childbearing age. By using acarbose, GLP-1 analogue, berberin et al. the investigators will intervent the participants' metabolic statues for 3 months before pregnancy and to compare outcome in each group.
This study is aimed at verifying the effects of probiotics (KAWAI:dead S.thermophilus) on glucos management among T2DM and pre-diabetes Chinese adult. Additionally, the investigators intend to verify the effects of probiotics on modifying the structure and function of gut microbiome.
Regular physical activity is well established to decrease the risk of cardiometabolic diseases, however these beneficial effects are largely dependent on the type of exercise protocol conducted. The purpose of this study is to directly compare the efficacy of endurance (END), sprint (SIT), or combined endurance-sprint (COMB) training in respect to reducing clinically relevant cardiometabolic risk factors in pre-diabetic individuals. It is hypothesized that: 1. END and COMB will elicit favourable cardiovascular adaptations, which will be absent in response to SIT. 2. END and COMB protocols of greater frequency will markedly improve metabolic health in comparison to a lower frequency SIT protocol.