News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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An estimated 300 million people worldwide are living with asthma.
The National Institutes of Health will dedicate Building 4 in honor of Lowell P. Weicker, Jr., the former U.S. Senator and former Governor of Connecticut.
NIH-funded preclinical study suggests epigenetic drugs may be used to treat leading cause of pediatric brain cancer death.
Benefits for Leber congenital amaurosis peak after one to three years, then diminish.
Leading experts, advocates call for innovative approaches and collaborations to speed discovery.
Five projects pave the way for the audacious goal of restoring vision to the blind.
BRAIN Initiative yields chemical-genetic tool with push-pull capabilities.
Push-pull control cinches causal connection – NIH funded study.
NIH-funded research finds therapeutic hypothermia no more effective than normal temperature control.
Yearlong residential program introduces medical, dental and veterinary students to cutting-edge research.
NIH-funded study identifies over-the-counter compounds that may replace damaged cells.
Up to 41 percent of specimens failed to meet quality standards.
Contract to provide the entire federal government with IT solutions.
Researchers recommend screening for people with family history.
He led the office since 2000.
Trial will test whether statins can reduce the risk for major adverse cardiovascular events in people with HIV infection.
Two- and five-year awards are first issued under joint program.
Three-part research approach focuses on communities and health.
The individual is no longer contagious to the community.
Investigators to develop tools to detect hospital-associated pathogens.