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Tuesday 11th December 2018



Study links frequent red meat consumption to high levels of chemical associated with heart disease

Findings reveal tripling of blood levels of TMAO from red meat diet, but dietary effects can be reversed

Moderate or severe sleep apnea doubles risk of hard-to-treat hypertension in African-Americans

Treatment of sleep disorder might help improve blood pressure control in this high-risk group.

Elevated hormone flags liver problems in mice with methylmalonic acidemia

Study findings can immediately be applied to human patients with the disease.

Low-income, rural kids at higher risk for second- or third-hand smoke exposure

NIH-funded study suggests ways to reduce risk for infants and toddlers.

NIH-funded tissue chips rocket to International Space Station

Research in microgravity could produce new insights about aging process.

Ibrutinib plus rituximab superior to standard treatment for some patients with chronic leukemia

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is one of the most common types of leukemia in adults typically occurring during or after middle age and rarely occurring in individuals under the age of 40.

NIH researcher presents encouraging results for gene therapy for severe sickle cell disease

This study is part of decades of research on sickle cell disease that have opened the door to novel genetic approaches to curative therapies.

ABCD study completes enrollment, announces opportunities for scientific engagement

The study will use advanced neuroimaging to observe brain development in children throughout adolescence.

NIH Statement on World AIDS Day December 1, 2018

We now have life-saving antiretroviral drugs to treat and greatly extend the lives of men and women living with HIV.

Meeting the challenge of engaging men in HIV prevention and treatment

NIH commentary describes innovative strategies for reaching men.

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