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Helping to Improve Latino Children's Health
We are looking for Latino children 5 to 9 years of age. Your family may be eligible for a 10-week free healthy weight program, and monetary compensation and your child’s health report will be provided.
Why participate? Latino children are at high risk for obesity. We are looking to decrease childhood obesity and reduce the risk of health problems such as heart disease and diabetes in the Latino community.
All visits take place in Woodbridge, VA. Participants must live in close proximity to participate, and a parent or guardian must accompany children to visits.
For more information:
Phone us: (703) 993-4628
E-mail us: email@example.com
Improving Gait and Balance in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease
Researchers in the Department of Rehabilitation Science are conducting a study examining gait and balance impairments in individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and what can be done to improve these functions. The study is recruiting people over the age of 18, both with and without a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease.
For more information, email Clinton Wutzke firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-993-1903.
Pepper Consumption and Obesity and Diabetes Prevention and Treatment
We are seeking volunteers to participate in a research study, "Capsaicin consumption, resting energy expenditure and glucose metabolism." The goal of this study is to see whether capsaicin (a pungent compound found in peppers) consumption can support obesity and diabetes prevention/treatment. Participants should be between the age of 18 and 40, overweight or obese (25-33 kg/m2), and healthy. Participants should not be diabetic, pregnant, nursing claustrophobic. This study requires two 3-hour fasting test days and consumption of 2tsp of Cayenne pepper with food. If you are interested, please contact Rafia Virk or Dr. Lilian de Jonge (703-993-5153 or email@example.com).
Breast Cancer-related Fatigue
A group of Mason researchers are examining the impact of a prescribed aerobic exercise routine on breast-cancer related fatigue. Read more about their breast cancer research.
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
The research project "Effects of Locomotor Training on Cardiorespiratory Function and Walking Performance in People with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury" seeks volunteers 18 years of age or older with an incomplete spinal cord injury who will commit to two separate visits to laboratory for testing at the start and the finish of 12 weeks of FREE locomotor training.
For more information and eligibility requirements, visit the Department of Rehabilitation Science's website.