News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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Multi-step screening process leads to molecule that may protect brain cells.
Groups will help raise awareness about the initiative to engage 1 million or more volunteers in health research.
NIH-funded scientists may have revealed brain functions in pre-clinical research that widen the safety margin for opioid pain relief without overdose.
Ozone is a highly reactive form of oxygen that is a primary constituent of urban smog.
NIDA study compares buprenorphine/naloxone combination to extended release naltrexone.
NIAID director Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., highlights lessons from AIDS to Zika.
Data from landmark NIH blood pressure study supports important part of new AHA/ACC hypertension guidelines
The new high blood pressure guidelines illustrate the utility and impact of NHLBI scientific studies.
Results underscore the importance of attaining a healthy body weight before pregnancy.
NIH scientists improve efficiency, speed, and resolution of optical microscopy.
Corneal transplantation success unaffected for donor corneas preserved for 11 days, expanding pool of available tissue.
More than 16,000 volunteers provided finger-prick blood samples for the study.
NIH study shows connections between glucose metabolism, Alzheimer’s pathology, symptoms.
NIH Data Commons Pilot Phase to seek best practices for developing and managing a data commons.
Molecular method reveals neuronal basis of brain states – NIH-funded animal study.
Statement from Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers, Director, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health.
Pregnant women can track their experiences through a secure and confidential website.
NIH-funded study suggests increased communication between key brain areas during sleep.
Grant program to break new ground in genomics and health disparities research
Grants aim to address neuroethical issues associated with human brain research.
The deadliest malaria parasite needs two proteins to infect red blood cells.