News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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New preclinical research reported in animal models shows that exposure to compounds found in marijuana called cannabinoids during early pregnancy can cause malformations in the developing embryo.
Most prevention research projects included an observational design or secondary data analysis.
The vaccine provided protection from Ebola virus, Sudan virus, Marburg virus and Lassa virus.
Researchers used the technique to identify women with reduced placental blood flow who later developed one or more complications.
Researchers focused on the most widely used brand for nicotine vaping.
NIH-funded study identifies gene variant as potential drug target.
Scientists Find Sesame Antibody Testing Predicts Sesame Allergy in Food-Allergic Children.
Researchers analyzed data from the Boston Birth Cohort.
NIH-supported study finds that spatial “replay” in neurons may help rats learn how to navigate toward goals.
NIH-funded study provides hope for noninvasive detection of early liver disease.
NIH-funded study highlights need for research on aging Down syndrome population.
Isolated antibodies provided broad protection against several different strains of influenza.
Restoring “master regulator” reverses behavioral, neuronal abnormalities.
Commentary emphasizes need to optimally implement current tools and develop new interventions.
Low oxygen levels during sleep are a clinical indicator of the severity of sleep apnea.
Up to 80 people aged 18 to 50 years will be enrolled in the trial.
NIH-funded mouse study links high sodium consumption with a group of dementias.
NIH-funded clinical trial will test statins in 20,000 older adults.
Initial investment aims to advance accessible and scalable candidate interventions into clinical trials within 10 years.
NIH-funded study finds therapy for convergence insufficiency is no better at improving reading than placebo.