University of Kansas researchers are conducting a study about how young people's brains respond to advertising images.

Phase 1: You will answer two short surveys and go through a brain imaging scan (fMRI) while seeing advertising images and messaging. fMRI does not use radiation and is approved by the FDA.

Phase 2: You will have a one-week follow-up via phone or an online survey. You will be compensated $115 (Phase 1: $80 and Phase 2: $35) for being in the study.

WHAT: Are you between 14 and 18? Do you have a child between 14 and 18? 

The study is designed to compare two methods of delivering short (~10 min) physical activity
breaks that will occur during the regular school day for 3 years. Schools will be randomized
to deliver physical activity breaks led by either the regular classroom teacher or by a
remote instructor through a video in the classroom. Both delivery methods will promote a
variety of whole body movements using large muscle groups. The schools will not be able to
choose which group (regular teacher or remote instructor) they will be part of.

The purpose of this study is to learn how much DHA to give to mothers in order to provide
enough to the baby. Researchers will also learn if there are differences in development of
the baby up to 12 months after birth.

The goal of this study is to explore the impact of two different diets (conventional vs.
enhanced stop light) and two different delivery systems (face-to-face vs. remote) on weight
across 18 months in overweight and obese adolescents with intellectual and developmental

Study objective: Researchers are interested to find out if Vitamin D supplementation can help prevent migraine headaches in adolescents.