News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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NIH-funded study suggests REM sleep may prevent information overload.
NIH-funded study suggests a new pathway for treatments.
Research builds on the Sound Health Initiative, an NIH-Kennedy Center partnership in association with the National Endowment for the Arts.
Despite a lack of robust evidence, cannabinoids—such as CBD—are often assumed to be safe and effective.
Researchers sound alarm on potential health effects of vaping.
Researchers found trials add value regardless of whether findings were positive or negative.
NIH-supported clinical study will continue to follow patients for five-year outcomes
NIH-funded study contrasts with current treatment guidelines.
Researchers estimated the children’s social jet lag — the difference between their weeknight and weekend bedtimes.
Continuing with a modest dose confers more protection, NIH-funded study finds.
Preterm birth is one of the leading causes of infant mortality in the United States.
The new research study will focus on menstrual cycles and gynecological conditions.
Methotrexate was more effective than mycophenolate mofetil at treating severe forms of the eye disease
NIH-funded initiative involves health care systems to test interventions in real-world settings.
NIH-funded research finds evidence of antibiotic-resistant gut bacteria.
Globally, more than 1 million new STI cases are diagnosed each day.
NIH-funded research project develops new method to preserve human livers for transplantation.
Researchers tracked the study participants’ immune response to flu vaccines and the diversity and abundance of the organisms in their gut microbiomes.
Community-based research sets stage for implementation of HHS initiative
Two-pronged approach stymies AML escape plan, could have applications to many cancers.