News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Updated: 16 hours 35 min ago
Test can help identify people likely to develop hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common form of liver cancer
Research could be a crucial step in helping scientists develop approaches to predict severity of future coronavirus disease outbreaks.
Researchers will assess dosage, metabolism and other properties not yet determined in children.
Smoking cessation could be a path to fewer strokes, researchers say.
People with small airways relative to the size of their lungs may have a lower breathing capacity.
Study shows mutations in inflammation-related genes are associated with PFAPA syndrome.
These findings should not be considered clinical advice but are being shared to assist the public health response to COVID-19
Nervous system cells act as middlemen to stimulate immune system response.
NIH funded study supports link between high levels of gram-negative bacteria and a stroke- seizure- and headache-inducing vascular malformation
Study of pregnant women in low- and middle-income countries co-funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Data offers valuable resource for developing stem cell-based therapies for hearing loss
Molecules released into the blood may be indicators of neuronal damage.
With a focus on precision nutrition, the plan reflects the wide range of nutrition research supported across the agency.
Dose-adjusted EPOCH-R is already an option for diffuse large B-cell lymphomas and can be administered in an outpatient setting.
Preliminary results from NIH clinical trial published.
Researchers to evaluate medical records of 21,000 pregnant women
ever has a public-private biomedical research effort of this scope and scale come together with such speed and determination.
NIH-funded study is first population-wide estimate of autism risk of children whose aunts or uncles have the condition.
Study provided data for clinical testing to commence.
Study enrolling adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 in the United States.