News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Updated: 2 hours 23 min ago
Breast cancer risk remains elevated 20-30 years after childbirth.
Technique could be used to monitor visual function through the optic nerve in the eye
New program leverages partnerships to discover sustainable, scalable interventions.
Findings reveal tripling of blood levels of TMAO from red meat diet, but dietary effects can be reversed
Treatment of sleep disorder might help improve blood pressure control in this high-risk group.
Study findings can immediately be applied to human patients with the disease.
NIH-funded study suggests ways to reduce risk for infants and toddlers.
Research in microgravity could produce new insights about aging process.
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is one of the most common types of leukemia in adults typically occurring during or after middle age and rarely occurring in individuals under the age of 40.
This study is part of decades of research on sickle cell disease that have opened the door to novel genetic approaches to curative therapies.
The study will use advanced neuroimaging to observe brain development in children throughout adolescence.
We now have life-saving antiretroviral drugs to treat and greatly extend the lives of men and women living with HIV.
NIH commentary describes innovative strategies for reaching men.
Investigators reduce levels of protein that can cause potentially fatal pregnancy disorder.
Researchers plan to enroll approximately 420 couples in clinical trial.
Study is enrolling patients of any age with confirmed Ebola virus disease.
Neurons in an ancient part of the brain encode decisions based on visual information.
NIH-supported studies aim to reduce the burden of COPD.
Finding could help early diagnosis, raise concern for eye exams and transplants.
Findings provide new insights into how the body responds to harmful stimuli.