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7 studies found for:    19127177 [PUBMED-IDS]
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1 Completed Effects of Microcurrent in a Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Home-based Program
Condition: Acute Myocardial Infarction
Interventions: Other: Exercise;   Device: Microcurrent;   Other: Cardiovascular Risk Factors
2 Completed Microcurrent and Aerobic Exercise Effects on Abdominal Fat
Condition: Obesity, Abdominal
Interventions: Device: Exercise after;   Device: Exercise at same time;   Device: Transcutaneos;   Device: percutaneous microcurrent;   Device: 25-10Hz;   Device: 25-50Hz microcurrent
3 Recruiting Effect of Caloric Restriction and Protein Intake on Metabolism and Anabolic Sensitivity
Conditions: Weight Loss;   Starvation
Interventions: Other: Caloric Restriction;   Other: Protein;   Other: Exercise;   Dietary Supplement: Calcium and Vitamin D;   Other: Maltodextrin
4 Not yet recruiting Influence of High-intensity Interval Training in Obese Adolescents With and Without Insulin Resistance ()
Conditions: Obesity;   Insulin Resistance;   Adolescent
Interventions: Other: Group I;   Other: Group II;   Other: Group III
5 Active, not recruiting Eat Well for Life: A Weight Loss Maintenance Study
Condition: Obesity
Interventions: Behavioral: Low-ED;   Behavioral: Energy Balance
6 Completed
Has Results
Feasibility of a Campaign Intervention Compared to a Standard Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention in Overweight and Obese Adults
Condition: Weight Loss
Interventions: Behavioral: Standard Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention (SBWL);   Behavioral: Campaign Intervention (CI)
7 Active, not recruiting The Effect of Three Different Dietary Messages on Dietary Intake and Health in Families
Condition: Obesity
Interventions: Behavioral: Increase Fruits and Vegetables;   Behavioral: Decrease Snack Foods;   Behavioral: Increase Fruits and Vegetables and Decrease Snack Foods

Study has passed its completion date and status has not been verified in more than two years.