News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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Members of the council are drawn from the scientific, medical, and lay communities.
Innovative Research Centers Program investigates botanical dietary supplements and other natural products.
New statistics also show rising prevalence of diabetes among all groups.
Study reviewed the birth records of more than 35,000 premature infants born from 1993 to 2012.
Researchers seek to better understand genomic basis of disease, provide tailored care to patients.
Two-year trial did not produce expected metabolic changes, but influenced other life span markers.
NIH-funded study reveals how motion-sensing cells in mice link to other cells in the eye.
NIH study finds interrupting sitting with short walks lowers blood sugar, insulin and blood fats.
Two NIH institutes join forces to educate teens about the risks of using drugs and alcohol.
The study is a good starting point for examining whether low-dose arsenic exposure could have similar health outcomes in humans.
Study aims to understand infection in healthy adults to aid development of RSV medicines, vaccines.
Large NIH study followed 4,000 participants over a five-year period.
NIH scientists propose novel mechanism to explain autoimmune uveitis.
New NIH-funded study shows possible link between e-cigarettes and initiation of tobacco use.
NIH-funded study highlights the possible role of glial brain cells in neurological disorders.
Hybrid hepatocytes generate new tissue following chronic liver damage in mice.
19 adults with obesity participated in the study at the NIH Clinical Center.
Researchers, using novel large-scale imaging technology, have mapped the spatial location of individual genes in the nucleus of human cells and identified 50 cellular factors required for the proper three-dimensional (3D) positioning of genes.
Special foods may cause harm in some patients when their use is not carefully monitored and managed.