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Hyperuricemia is associated with the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular risks in diverse of the population. Whether the dose-response effects on the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and cardiometabolic risks is unclear. The present study is conducted to investigate the relationship between serum uric acid and the prevalence metabolic syndrome and left ventricular hypertrophy.
The maintenance of health and the progression of disease are associated with an individual's genetic make-up and environmental factors, including lifestyle choices (such as diet, exercise, behaviors, stressors, sleep, tobacco and alcohol use), environmental exposures and socioeconomic determinants. Environmental factors have been shown to influence, sometimes rapidly, epigenetic processes thereby influencing genetic expression. Regulation of the human genome by the epigenome is now regarded as a cornerstone, heritable, physiologic process, playing a key role in phenotypic expression of health and disease. DNA methylation is a well-researched, primary epigenetic process. Aberrant DNA methylation resulting in hyper- or hypomethylated regions of the genome, generally results in inhibition or expression of certain genes and has been associated with the pathogenesis of numerous conditions, ranging from inflammation and accelerated aging, to cancer, autoimmunity, diabetes, heart disease, dementia, allergic disease, posttraumatic stress disease and others. Likewise, certain healthy diet and lifestyle habits have been demonstrated to favorably influence DNA methylation patterns. Understanding that environmental factors can potently and sometimes rapidly, favorably or negatively influence epigenetic expression, a short-term diet and lifestyle intervention may significantly augment DNA methylation expression. The purpose of this study is to evaluate a 9-week diet and lifestyle intervention on patient-reported quality of life, symptoms, and DNA and biochemical methylation-related biomarkers in healthy males ages 50-72.
The study aims to develop a quick tool to assess magnesium intakes.
The main purpose of study is to evaluate the effect of multiple-dose administration of lansoprazole (and optional: time-separated single dose administration of ranitidine) on the pharmacokinetics (PK) of JNJ-63549109 after a single dose of lumicitabine in healthy adult participants, under fasted (and optional: fed) conditions.
Low and High doses of Actazin and Livaux will be compared against a control formula and placebo to evaluate how each investigational study product effects complete spontaneous bowel movements in healthy adults that currently experience less than or equal to 3 complete spontaneous bowel movements per week. During the 28-day study period, it is hypothesized that participants consuming Acatzin, Livaux, or control formula will have an increased number of complete spontaneous bowel movements when compared to participants consuming the placebo. It is hypothesized that participants consuming Actazin or Livaux will respond more than participants consuming the control formula. It is hypothesized that participants consuming Actazin or Livaux will have a favorable microbiome change than placebo.
To demonstrate bioequivalence of single dose test formulation of Losartan potassium tablets (containing Losartan potassium 100 mg) of Pharmtechnology LLC, Republic of Belarus with reference Cozaar® (containing Losartan potassium 100 mg) of "Merck Sharpe & Dohme B.V.", Haarlem, the Netherlands in normal, healthy, adult, human subjects under fasting conditions.To monitor adverse events and ensure the safety
The immune system is composed of diverse cell types with different functions that act together in order to defend against infection. This pilot study will test a new technology for studying these many different cell types at very large numbers at the level of individual cells. This method will then be used to identify the cell types and functions important for the immune response to the highly protective yellow fever vaccine, which will improve our understanding of effective vaccine features.
This is an open-label, single-sequence, 3-period crossover study conducted in healthy subjects. Eligible subjects will participate in a single treatment period, in which they will receive the following treatments: Day 1, single doses of midazolam and metoprolol; Day 2, single doses of pioglitazone, tolbutamide, and omeprazole; Days 5 to 17, daily doses of relacorilant; Day 14, single doses of midazolam and metoprolol (with relacorilant); and, Day 15, single doses of pioglitazone, tolbutamide, and omeprazole (with relacorilant).
The purpose of this study is provide a better understanding of the adaptive immune response to the licensed influenza vaccines in children.
This study aims to disentangle the relative contribution of the anticipatory (food images) versus consummatory (food administration) component of dopamine release to food reward, by performing simultaneous Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Magnetic Resonance (MR) scanning. Additionally, this study aims to assess the relationship of the dopamine release with (changes in) metabolic hormone levels.