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10/06/2020

NIH-funded study to evaluate drugs prescribed to children with COVID-19

Researchers will assess dosage, metabolism and other properties not yet determined in children. Read More

10/06/2020

NIH study links cigarette smoking to higher stroke risk in African Americans

Smoking cessation could be a path to fewer strokes, researchers say. Read More

09/06/2020

Lung development may explain why some non-smokers get COPD and some heavy smokers do not

People with small airways relative to the size of their lungs may have a lower breathing capacity. Read More

08/06/2020

NIH researchers uncover genes linked to common recurrent fever in children

Study shows mutations in inflammation-related genes are associated with PFAPA syndrome. Read More

05/06/2020

Study identifies potential approach to treat severe respiratory distress in patients with COVID-19

These findings should not be considered clinical advice but are being shared to assist the public health response to COVID-19 Read More

05/06/2020

Microglia in the olfactory bulb have a nose for protecting the brain from infection

Nervous system cells act as middlemen to stimulate immune system response. Read More

03/06/2020

Study ties stroke-related brain blood vessel abnormality to gut bacteria

NIH funded study supports link between high levels of gram-negative bacteria and a stroke- seizure- and headache-inducing vascular malformation Read More

03/06/2020

NIH to test one-dose antibiotic for the prevention of maternal and infant sepsis

Study of pregnant women in low- and middle-income countries co-funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Read More

28/05/2020

Study charts developmental map of inner ear sound sensor in mice

Data offers valuable resource for developing stem cell-based therapies for hearing loss Read More

27/05/2020

NIH study shows markers in blood can help identify risk for complications after mild TBI

Molecules released into the blood may be indicators of neuronal damage. Read More