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13/01/2021

NIH scientists study salmonella swimming behavior as clues to infection

Bacteria commonly cause human gastroenteritis, inflammation of the lining of the intestines. Read More

13/01/2021

Blood test shows promise for early detection of acute heart transplant rejection

DNA-based “liquid biopsy” could help save lives and reduce health disparities Read More

11/01/2021

NIH study suggests using cannabis while trying to conceive may reduce pregnancy chances

The women were part of a larger group trying to conceive after one or two prior miscarriages. Read More

11/01/2021

Physician-pharmacist collaboration may increase adherence to opioid addiction treatment

NIH-supported pilot study found team-based approach may improve buprenorphine care. Read More

07/01/2021

Stem cell treatment corrects skull shape and restores brain function in mouse model of childhood disorder

Scientists regenerate parts of the skull affected by craniosynostosis, a common birth defect. Read More

06/01/2021

DNA-editing method shows promise to treat mouse model of progeria

Using a recently developed DNA base-editing technique, researchers correct accelerating aging disorder. Read More

05/01/2021

Large clinical trial will test combination monoclonal antibody therapy for mild/moderate COVID-19

The Phase 2/3 clinical trial will evaluate experimental antibodies BRII-196 and BRII-198.  Read More

30/12/2020

Peer-reviewed report on Moderna COVID-19 vaccine publishes

Data from Phase 3 clinical trial confirm vaccine is effective. Read More

30/12/2020

Higher red cell transfusion threshold offers no advantage for treating preterm infants

Very low birthweight infants often need blood transfusions to survive. Read More

30/12/2020

NIH study uncovers blood vessel damage and inflammation in COVID-19 patients’ brains but no infection

Results from a study of 19 deceased patients suggests brain damage is a byproduct of a patient’s illness. Read More