News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Updated: 28 min 42 sec ago
NIH-funded research illuminates relationship between eczema and food allergy.
Panel highlights need for further innovative research approaches to inform appropriate long-term use of osteoporosis drug therapies
It is projected that by 2025, the total U.S. health care costs attributable to fractures will reach $25 billion annually.
A foundational research roadmap for artificial intelligence (AI) in medical imaging was published this week in the journal Radiology.
Findings to serve as a blueprint for communities nationwide
Decline in measles vaccination is causing a preventable global resurgence of the disease
NIH scientists identify paradoxical response to HIV medication in five individuals
NIH scientists and funding contributed to development of experimental treatment
NIH researchers, international collaborators report results of small, open-label study
Tissue support system preserves limited function in an isolated postmortem animal brain
NIH research could be a step toward a treatment to prevent heart attacks
NIH study suggests our brains may use short rest periods to strengthen memories.
NIH-supported study sheds light on the neural mechanisms underlying remission of depression.
Small-scale, NIH-led clinical study offers early hope for developing a treatment.
EBV is herpesvirus that causes infectious mononucleosis and is associated with certain cancers.
Previous studies have linked exposure to common air pollutants in pregnancy to low birthweight, preterm birth and stillbirth.
An NIH-funded review examined billing data from over 500,000 healthcare visits.
Experts in immunology, virology, epidemiology, and vaccine development detail efforts to improve seasonal influenza vaccines.
Cells use RNA to communicate; researchers may be able to translate this information into clinical applications.
Small NIH clinical trial conducted in partnership with AstraZeneca.
Health, substance use professionals must work together to thwart public health crisis.