News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Updated: 10 hours 43 min ago
Overall, natural products remain the most common complementary health approach.
More Americans of all ages are rolling out their yoga mats in an effort to improve their health.
About 25-35 percent of regular blood donors develop iron deficiency.
NIH’s awards showcase potentially transformative research on prevention, immune system, drug development, and “minibrain” models made of human tissue.
New DARPA initiative builds on basic research.
NIH, NCCIH and CDC's NCHS will hold a webinar/telephone briefing to discuss the most recent findings on natural products from the National Health Interview Survey.
Award created to encourage early stage researchers who want to discover how our environment influences human health.
NIH study demonstrates feasibility of getting drugs to stroke patients faster.
One method helped reduce risk of dying from bleeding in first 24 hours.
Study Led by Liberia-NIH Partnership Will Test Two Experimental Vaccines.
TCGA tumor genome sequencing analyses offer new insights into the effects of HPV and smoking, and find genomic similarities with other cancers.
Web portal will help approved professionals to plan clinical studies.
NIH-funded study may change the way scientists photograph large tissues.
Pre-clinical studies in mice reveal ways to reduce cancer risk with modified treatment.
Shift in fear retrieval circuitry eyed in anxiety disorders – NIH-funded studies.
Nearly 42 percent of U.S. adults who drink also report using medications known to interact with alcohol.
Panel concerned about long-term effectiveness of treating chronic pain with prescription opioids.
Lysosomal storage diseases comprise about 50 rare inherited disorders that usually affect children.
By tightly controlling their blood glucose, people with type 1 diabetes can live longer.
Researchers will study gene networks and pathways in different systems in the body, such as skin, immune cells and lungs.