News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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Three methods effectively sanitized masks for limited re-use.
NIH-funded study offers new path to modeling eye disease, advancing therapies
NIH-supported, multi-institute research program will generate robust data about how young brains mature.
Adherence to a diet high in vegetables, whole grains, fish, and olive oil correlates with higher cognitive function.
Scientists find responses to mixed odors are more complex than previously thought.
NIH-funded research reveals protein network changes that may be druggable targets, biomarkers.
Blood samples from healthy volunteers needed to inform public health decision making.
Study is enrolling hospitalized adults with COVID-19.
Researchers found the most common biomarker of autoimmunity was significantly increasing overall and particularly in certain groups.
NIH mouse study reveals key details about visual processing.
First paper from NIH-funded “A4” study supports amyloid as target for prevention.
The piece raises several important concerns regarding COVID-19 for specific vulnerable populations.
NIH study provides insight into one mechanism underlying the higher prevalence of males in some cases of autism.
Labels now include better information for healthcare providers on recommended usage and dosage in pediatric populations.
Findings provide insight that may inform search for treatments.
NIH-funded study identifies receptor as possible target for treating anhedonia.
Researchers find stents, surgery provide higher quality of life for those with chest pain.
Findings may have implications for understanding epilepsy, autism spectrum disorders.
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Approximately 4,800 participants wore accelerometers for up to seven days between 2003 and 2006.