News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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NIH human and mouse study may open an unexplored path for finding treatments.
Understanding how genomic variants contribute to disease may help clinicians develop improved diagnostics and treatments.
NIH study finds mothers’ use of tenofovir tied to lower bone mineral content in babies.
Current standards may misclassify certain fetuses as growth-restricted.
Unique support system promotes cortex growth, connectivity linked to prowess.
Research to develop new tools and measures for environmental exposures.
Better understanding of the placenta promises to help improve health of mothers and children.
Thirteen grants awarded to look at cognitive and social development in approximately 10,000 children.
Sub-Saharan Africa bears almost a quarter of the global disease burden, yet has only 3 percent of the world’s health workforce.
Clomiphene more effective than letrozole for achieving pregnancy, NIH funded study finds.
Study improves understanding of how flu viruses move efficiently between people.
CollegeAIM is a convenient, research-based tool for comparing college alcohol interventions.
New computational approaches needed to wade through millions of inherited DNA differences to find which ones matter.
Perspective approaches diversity as a scientific opportunity rather than as an intractable problem.
Children from certain racial and ethnic groups or from families with low levels of education and income are far more likely to develop oral diseases.
Effort is a key component of the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative.
UDN Gateway enables patients to apply to national network of clinical sites.
NIH-funded study points to converging factors that drive disease-related inflammation.
NIH-funded study links enlarged brain cavities to need for second surgery after birth.
Lower blood pressure target greatly reduces cardiovascular complications and deaths in older adults.