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NIH researchers discover brain area crucial for recognizing visual events

Findings could provide clues to treating visual conditions from stroke. Read More


Cataract surgery in infancy increases glaucoma risk

NIH-funded clinical trial shows risk is similar whether or not a cloudy lens is replaced with a lens implant. Study suggests lifelong monitoring is crucial to preventing glaucoma-related vision loss. Read More


NIH observational study of coronavirus infection and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children begins

Researchers will enroll at least 250 children and young adults ages 20 years or younger from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. Read More


Study finds surge of teen vaping levels off, but remains high in early 2020

Findings are from the annual Monitoring the Future survey Read More


NIH-funded COVID-19 home test is first to receive over-the-counter authorization from FDA

Ellume USA’s rapid at-home test was developed through the NIH RADx Initiative. Read More


Surgical and drug treatment options lead to similar outcomes for diabetic eye disease

NIH study finds that some patients need both treatments for long-term improvements in vision Read More


Baricitinib plus remdesivir shows promise for treating COVID-19

Peer-reviewed results of NIH clinical trial published. Read More


NIH’s All of Us Research Program returns first genetic results to participants

Personalized insights include genetic ancestry and traits, with health-related results to come. Read More


Some postmenopausal women with common breast cancer may forgo chemotherapy

Findings may save tens of thousands of women time, money, and harmful side effects of chemotherapy infusions. Read More


NIH to fund cohort recruitment and development program to enhance diversity and inclusion among biomedical faculty

Groups include underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities, individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, and women. Read More