News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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NIH researchers find no risk by age 3 from in vitro fertilization, other widespread treatments.
Collaboration between NIH and Tetra Discovery Partners leads to development of treatment that may affect cognition.
NIH-funded mouse study identifies therapeutic target for clearing out toxic proteins damaged during neurodegenerative disorders.
NIH-funded research provides framework for future studies of AMD biology, therapy.
NIH-funded study may guide deep brain stimulation therapies used for neurological disorders.
Detailed plan sets course for advancing scientific discoveries and human health.
Children from low income environments appear to have a higher risk of neurological impairment.
NIH’s 2015 Monitoring the Future survey shows long term decline in illicit drug use, prescription opioid abuse, cigarette and alcohol use among the nation’s youth.
Multiple biological pathways lead to similar symptoms – NIH-funded study.
NIH 3-D software tracks worm embryo’s brain development.
NIH-funded study yields potential opportunity for early identification of at-risk youth.
This workshop is free and open to the public.
Robots to help visually impaired identify and grasp objects, increase mobility in elderly, and promote curiosity and determination in children.
Follow the science to fast-track the end of AIDS.
NIH-funded research suggests deficient DNA repair may lead to dementia.
Males still consume more alcohol, but the differences between men and women are diminishing.
More than 40 scientists collaborated to produce nine review articles that detail research priorities for different aspects of brain disorders in low- and middle-income countries.
Groundbreaking initiative will track dementia onset, progress in Down syndrome volunteers.
75 percent report not receiving any form of treatment.
Public-private partnership aims to increase quality and quantity of brain tissue for autism research.