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22/05/2017

Modified experimental vaccine protects monkeys from deadly malaria

Scientists modified an existing vaccine to more closely mimics the protein complex used by the parasite. Read More

19/05/2017

Epigenetics takes center stage with this year’s Addiction Science Awards

NIDA announces awardees at the 2017 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Read More

18/05/2017

NIH researchers identify key regulator of fetal growth in mice

Findings reveal new, developmental role for proteins that typically combat ancient viruses. Read More

18/05/2017

Antibodies from Ebola survivor protect mice and ferrets against related viruses

NIAID-funded study could lead to broad, versatile treatments for many different Ebolaviruses. Read More

18/05/2017

NIH statement on HIV Vaccine Awareness Day – 2017

Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., Director, NIAID and Carl W. Dieffenbach, Ph.D., Director, Division of AIDS, NIAID. Read More

18/05/2017

Study estimates number of U.S. women living with metastatic breast cancer

Researchers used population-based data to calculate prevalence of metastatic breast cancer and found that women are living longer with the disease. Read More

18/05/2017

Researchers connect brain blood vessel lesions to intestinal bacteria

NIH-funded pre-clinical study links gut microbes and the immune system to a genetic disorder that can cause stroke and seizures. Read More

18/05/2017

FDA-approved drug helps treat rare immunologic disease, study finds

NIH co-funded clinical trial tested alternative treatment for eosinophilic syndrome. Read More

17/05/2017

Study finds tens of millions of Americans drink alcohol at dangerously high levels

Nearly 32 million adults in the United States consumed more than twice the number of drinks considered binge drinking on at least one occasion. Read More

15/05/2017

High blood pressure linked to racial segregation in neighborhoods

The findings offer evidence that policies to reduce residential racial segregation may have meaningful health benefits. Read More