News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Updated: 7 hours 31 min ago
NIH-funded study suggests feedback-based video intervention could help at-risk families.
Expert report cites unequal progress in Southern U.S. and among marginalized groups.
The study will be conducted at 17 sites in the continental United States and Puerto Rico.
NIH-led study locates five genes that may play a critical role in Lewy body dementia.
NIH-funded preclinical study suggests new approach to treat a type of brain tumor
NIH study compares how different face masks affect humidity inside the mask.
Findings on impact of childhood temperament could help with anxiety prevention efforts.
Editorial emphasizes need for global response.
The added sub-studies will test four interventions for safety and efficacy.
Obstacles to include pregnant and lactating people in clinical research are longstanding.
Historic findings could boost precision medicine, reduce health disparities
NIH researchers take “deep dive” into brain’s transcriptome.
NIH trial has begun enrolling participants.
Study is one of the first to demonstrate in patients that altering the composition of the gut microbiome can improve the response to immunotherapy.
Screener outperforms current evaluations, could help emergency departments quickly facilitate a connection with supportive services,
The vaccine platform could be highly adaptable for use against other viruses.
Grants will facilitate transdisciplinary research in the social, behavioral, psychological, biological, and neurobiological sciences.
Naturally produced by the body, hyaluronan represents a new class of biologic that significantly improves lung health in patients with severe COPD.
Findings indicate cones precede rods as targets for infection.
Single dose vaccine appears to be safe and effective at preventing moderate and severe COVID-19 in adults.