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Thursday 21st February 2019

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Scientists identify unique subtype of eczema linked to food allergy

Children with both conditions have abnormal skin near eczema lesions, NIH-funded research finds

Nitisinone increases melanin in people with albinism

NIH clinical study results suggest the drug could help protect skin and prevent vision problems

Monthly buprenorphine injections effective for opioid use disorders

Study results on long-acting injection formulation now published.

Long periods of sedentary behavior may increase cardiovascular risk in older women

Reducing their sedentary time by just an hour a day appears to lower risk.

Study unveils a blueprint for treating a deadly brain tumor

NIH-funded, preclinical study suggests a common form of brain cancer may be treated with combination radio- and chemotherapy

Neuromelanin-sensitive MRI identified as a potential biomarker for psychosis

NIH-funded study found NM-MRI able to measure dopamine function associated with psychosis.

New protocol could ease diagnosis of bacterial infections in infants

Findings promise to reduce need for spinal tap, antibiotics, and hospitalizations.

Researchers find genetic vulnerability to menthol cigarette use

FDA- and NIH-funded study finds unexpected sensory variant exclusive to African-Americans.

NIH clinical trial to track outcomes of liver transplantation from HIV-positive donors to HIV-positive recipients

Study follows passage of HOPE Act of 2013, allowing people with HIV to become organ donors.

NIH names Dr. Noni H. Byrnes director of the Center for Scientific Review

National Institutes of Health Director Francis S. Collins M.D., Ph.D., announced today the selection of Noni H. Byrnes, Ph.D., as director of the NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR), effective Feb. 17, 2019.

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