Weight loss treatment for Binge Eating
This trial looks at if better decision making skills leads to better weight loss outcomes for obese adolescents.
- Binge Eating
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the aggregate amount of participants that have signed up for this research?
"Indeed, according to information available on clinicaltrials.gov this trial is actively recruiting participants. It was originally posted February 3rd 2021 and updated April 13th of the same year. 80 subjects are needed at a single medical facility for successful completion of the study."
Are there any vacancies for participants in this trial?
"Yes, according to clinicaltrials.gov this study is still in the process of participant recruitment. It was initially listed on February 3rd 2021 and last updated April 13th 2021 with a goal of recruiting 80 people from one location."
Does the age limit of 40 preclude older individuals from participating in this research?
"This research project is specifically looking for adolescent participants aged 14 to 18. In total, there are 75 studies with patients younger than 18 and 351 studies focusing on seniors over 65 years old."
Who qualifies to participate in this experiment?
"This medical trial seeks to enrol 80 young people aged between 14 and 18 who suffer from overeating. The requisite criteria for entry include having a smartphone, downloading an application that monitors food intake and facilitates surveys throughout the study's duration, wearing a fitness tracker during two seven-day intervals of the research period, possessing a BMI within 85th to 99th percentile as described by Centers for Disease Control (CDC) growth charts, living with one or more parent(s)/guardian(s), parental/guardial participation in the experiment plus completion of baseline assessment tasks."