This trial is evaluating whether Orange flavoured drink will improve 3 primary outcomes and 4 secondary outcomes in patients with Adults. Measurement will happen over the course of For the rest of the day following test session completion (1 day).
This trial requires 40 total participants across 3 different treatment groups
This trial involves 3 different treatments. Orange Flavoured Drink is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will be divided into 3 treatment groups. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Healthy subjects are commonly used as an important tool for quality, cost saving measures, and in the design of large RCTs. This practice is not without weaknesses. A clearer definition of what constitutes healthy subjects and its use during clinical research and practice are required." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The positive results were highly encouraging for a cure of hs; thus they might be candidates to try the treatment before proceeding to clinical trials. The absence of any side-effects in hs is particularly important. The potential of the new immunotherapy for other immunocompromised patients that may be cured with the same treatment, for example, HIV or cancer, is intriguing and further studies are warranted." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Over 250,000 healthy volunteers and 3,500 subjects with chronic, unexplained respiratory disease are being tested a year in the United States. The incidence of asymptomatic, chronic, persistent respiratory disease is 4.3 per 1,000 persons tested." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Common treatments for healthy subjects (hs) are usually nonspecific, with many treatments being given to every subject. These include nutrition, exercise, and a range of relaxation therapies. There is no evidence of the effectiveness of vitamins and/or herbal supplements for healthy subjects.\n" - Anonymous Online Contributor
"In our population of healthy subjects, there were no significant differences between men and women in terms of age but some differences regarding physical activity with the lowest levels for men." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Healthy controls show typical fluctuations in body temperature and heart rate at rest. The variability is similar in hs and hc, but higher in hc. The relationship between heart rate variability and body temperature indicates reduced efficiency of the autonomic heat preservation system in hc." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Recent findings reveals that the most common causes of hs are age >/= 50 and hs that are part of regular screening programmes. The most common causes for infertility are female hypothyroidism, ovarian dysfunction, and male hypogonadism." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Using [clinicaltrials.gov/ct2>; a website for tracking clinical trials, you can find which clinical trials are underway where healthy subjects are being used. Most of the trials you'll find have no mention of healthy subjects, so it is best to ask for them at the trial's site directly. If you want to see the latest healthy subjects research, you can find it by searching for an article on the site [clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/]. For that site, you can also find the latest clinical trials in the area where you reside." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Recent findings indicates that a common genetic basis may account for the shared phenotype among children and their siblings of the same family. This suggests that gene-environment interactions play critical roles in childrens' development." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The risk that healthy subjects (hs) may have an adverse outcome during or following an upper gastrointestinal endoscopy is minimal, low, and the risk of serious harm is very small. This risk may be further reduced by performing a routine preendoscopy blood laboratory study and by obtaining a detailed medical history from patients." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Orange flavoured drinks containing 100 mg/l anthocyanin are at least as effective as a placebo from a functional point of view (both objectively and subjectively). Since there is no evidence that flavoured drink intake (both flavoured drink and flavoured water) improves the functional status and/or the global QOL, the actual benefits from orange flavoured drinks on health are limited." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The data suggest an association between intake of orange flavoured drink and elevated serum creatinine, and thus an increased risk of developing hyperuricaemia in men. Further studies are recommended to assess how these findings relate to changes in serum creatinine levels in the longer term." - Anonymous Online Contributor