National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Study stresses promoting patient-clinician communication about sexual behavior to encourage HIV testing in teenagers.

Researchers followed women before, during and after pregnancy and captured data on their health later in life.

NIH-supported research of Hydractinia could provide clues to human reproductive conditions.

Results support testing antiviral against 2019 novel coronavirus.

The researchers analyzed data from a long-term study of risk factors for chronic diseases in women.

The study also suggested that maternal obesity may affect sugar composition in breastmilk.

Findings suggest drugs targeting immune cells may help treat deadly disease mainly affecting children.

Women who were obese before pregnancy were approximately twice as likely to report that their child had ADHD or symptoms of hyperactivity.

Researchers adapt cognitive assessment for people with intellectual disability.

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