intervention studies

in·ter·ven·tion stud·ies

(in'tĕr-ven'shŭn stŭd'ēz)
Comparative and investigative case studies of epidemiologic testing of the occurrence and nonoccurrence of disease or findings in population groups to determine the cause-and-effect factors present in such groups.
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The psychologists proceeded to analyze intervention studies as part of the second meta-analysis.
We really need new, better intervention studies to be able to give advice to our patients," she said.
Editor's Note: "The results from this and previous studies may provide a rationale to design intervention studies to analyze whether magnesium supplementation could prove to be effective in lowering the burden of coronary heart disease mortality and sudden cardiac death," the authors said.
It outlines the clarification and measurement of neurocognitive correlates of reading disabilities and considers reading skills in children with and without disabilities; reading-related commonalities for specific groups; whether visual attention improves the understanding of reading disabilities and comorbidity with SLI and ADHD; reading-related component modeling with Rapid Automatized Naming, phonemic awareness, and experimental measurements that use visual attention; neurophysiological validation of previous research findings for reading-related cognitive predictors; and the implications of reading-related component modeling for future intervention studies.
Although observational studies cannot prove causation, the results are consistent with intervention studies in both animals and humans, in which high intake of fructose increased the amount of fat in the liver.
Since the previous recommendation, six new lifestyle intervention studies have shown consistent benefit of lifestyle modifications to prevent or delay progression to diabetes, and longer-term follow-up has increased confidence that such interventions can improve clinical outcomes.
Table 1 lists the 15 studies: 9 intervention studies and 6 nonintervention studies.
The strategy will likely be especially useful in controlled dietary intervention studies.
To this end, the consortium will also use unique resources to evaluate molecular homology between the available model systems and human disease, which will yield reliable essential preclinical research tools to explore proof of concepts for therapeutic intervention studies and ultimately translate relevant results into novel therapeutic approaches.
The following research questions guided this review: (1) What proportion of after-school intervention studies report key components of fidelity (i.
Future intervention studies should include investigating different 'doses' of light exposure for medical inpatients.
Suggestions for further multidisciplinary research include intervention studies that explicitly consider participation within the framework of a human rights-based approach and an explicit study of how non-discrimination can be used as a framework for addressing inequities in health.

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