Volunteers are needed for a research study on the effects of a lifestyle intervention guide called GEM along with CGM and activity monitor aiming to improve metabolic control in people diagnosed with prediabetes.
This trial has a 16 week feeding study of two dietary interventions: Mediterranean-amplified habitual/ Western (mini-MED) diet and a Habitual/Wester (Western) diet. Participation involves biweekly visits to the University of Colorado CTRC over a period of 20 weeks, blood, urine & stool sample collections, and four, 4-week periods with daily consumption of various study foods such as salmon, beef, oatmeal, cheesecake, walnuts, red peppers, avocado & chickpeas.
Volunteers are needed for a research study to learn about the best time of day to exercise. Join a University of Colorado research study investigating how exercising in the morning compared to exercising in the evening may affect your body weight, body composition, fitness, and other health outcomes.
Dr. Christina Metcalf at the University of Colorado is investigating how early life experiences affect thinking, mood, and stress during the menopause transition. Study participation consists of five study sessions (all completed virtually from your home), over the course of 2 months. These visits will consist of questionnaires about your mood and some stressful life events; thinking and mood assessments; collection of hair, saliva, and blood microsamples; and a stress task. Participants will receive compensation via e-gift cards for completing study activities.
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The study is examining the effects of hormonal oral contraceptives (OCPs) on brain processes and emotional wellbeing. Study participants will: Participate in 3 study sessions, one online and two in-person, over the course of 2 months. Complete interviews and questionnaires Taking an FDA approved oral contraceptive medication or placebo for 21 days. 2 brain imaging sessions 2 blood draws Compensation will be provided for participation in the research study.
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