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NIH-funded study also suggests mother-to-infant transmission appears to be rare.
Approach could provide new path for difficult-to-treat forms of Leber congenital amaurosis.
Insufficient sleep decreases brain wave activity associated with cognition.
The body’s response to COVID-19 infection on the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscle can be particularly devastating.
Results will inform development of long-acting antibody-based HIV prevention tools.
NIH study examines pattern of aspirin use, rather than difference between aspirin and placebo groups.
Full doses of blood thinners, in addition to being safe, were superior to the doses normally given to prevent blood clots in hospitalized patients.
The findings broaden understanding of how restricting dietary carbohydrates or fats may impact health.
Analysis of patients with rare condition uncovers key pathway for human development.
NIH-supported study finds biggest increase among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
NIH study shows specific set of immune cells can harm and also help brain after injury.
Taurine, which helps the body digest fats and oils, could offer treatment benefit.
Therapy may be a promising addition to current approaches to treatment.
Bacteria commonly cause human gastroenteritis, inflammation of the lining of the intestines.
DNA-based “liquid biopsy” could help save lives and reduce health disparities.
The women were part of a larger group trying to conceive after one or two prior miscarriages.
NIH-supported pilot study found team-based approach may improve buprenorphine care.
Scientists regenerate parts of the skull affected by craniosynostosis, a common birth defect.
Using a recently developed DNA base-editing technique, researchers correct accelerating aging disorder.
The Phase 2/3 clinical trial will evaluate experimental antibodies BRII-196 and BRII-198.