Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are the leading causes of death and disability in the United States. Our focus on preventing and managing these conditions across the life span improves health outcomes and saves lives.

Related Projects

Research Project

Diversity Supplement to the U01 Project-Care Partner Assisted Intervention to Improve Oral Health for Persons with Mild Dementia

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Reducing Cardiovascular Risk in Perimenopausal Latinas: Pilot Study of a Multi-Component Intervention

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AURA—Connecting Audio and Radio Sensing Systems to Improve Care At Home

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Interventions for Preventing and Managing Chronic Illness

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Placental Origins of Positive Child Health

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Placental DNA Methylation, Maternal Hardship and Child Neurodevelopmental Outcomes

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Inflammatory Markers, Hazardous Air Pollutants, and Psychosocial Factors

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Medical Optimization and Management of Pregnancies with Overt Type 2 Diabetes (MOMPOD)

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Care-Partner Assisted Intervention to Improve Oral Health for Individuals with Mild Dementia

Research Project

Efficacy of a Couple-focused, tailored, symptom self-management mHealth Intervention for Prostate Cancer and Patients and Partners

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Symptom Trajectories in Infants and Toddlers at Risk for Chronic Feeding Problems

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Promoting Stretching Exercise to Reduce Cardiovascular Health Risk in Late Pregnant Women with Obesity

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Connect-Home: Testing the Efficacy of Transitional Care of Patients and Caregivers during Transitions from Skilled Nursing Facilities to Home

Practice and Service

Mobile Health Clinic

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Genetic and Epigenetic Effects on Childhood Cognitive Trajectories

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NC WORKS4HEALTH: Reducing Chronic Disease Risks in Socioeconomically disadvantaged, unemployed populations

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Healthy Mothers-Healthy Children: An Intervention With Hispanic Mothers and Their Young Children

Research Project

A Safer Assisted Living: Creating a Toolkit For Person and Family Engagement