Minimizing surgery for melanoma that has spread. These findings may change how surgeons make decisions about the initial extent of surgery for people with melanoma. NIH Research Matters:
Minimizing surgery for melanoma that has spread These findings may change how

Minimizing surgery for melanoma that has spread

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Precision Oncology: Gene Changes Predict Immunotherapy Response. Read more from the NIH Director's Blog:
Precision Oncology Gene Changes Predict Immunotherapy Response Read more from the NIH

Precision Oncology: Gene Changes Predict Immunotherapy Response

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What are the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea? One of the most common signs of obstructive sleep apnea is loud and chronic (ongoing) snoring and sleepiness during the day. Read more:
What are the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea One of the

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is pleased to once again recognize June as Pride Month. We remain deeply committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity in our research and workplace. Through the important work of our Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI), we continue toward our goal of fostering an environment where diverse talent is leveraged to advance...
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Making Our Stories Count | Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

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Fathers, give your kids as much time as possible with you. On average, men die about five years earlier than women and have higher mortality rates from some cancers and heart disease. It’s important, then, that men talk to their health care providers about what types of preventive medical tests and activities they need to stay healthy. Read more from Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute...
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Men’s Health is the Focus in June

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Have you ever heard that passing a kidney stone is more painful than giving birth? Each year, more than 1 million people in the U.S. rush to the emergency room with pain caused by a kidney stone. From NIH News in Health:
Have you ever heard that passing a kidney stone is more painful

Pebbles in Your Plumbing - NIH News in Health, June 2017

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Gene Mcgeehan
Joseph Mroz
Risks are all around us. A nearby sneeze may raise your risk for catching the flu. Obesity boosts the odds you’ll get diabetes. Smoking increases your risk for many cancers. News headlines warn ominously about deadly food poisoning, Zika infection, shark attacks, and more. Understanding and putting these health risks into perspective is key to making good health care decisions. Read more: [...
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Results suggest possible new treatment approach.
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NIH study: Glutamine suppresses herpes in mice and guinea pigs

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Israel Rodriguez
Abidoye Samuel
A noninvasive deep brain stimulation technique.
Researchers designed a noninvasive way to stimulate cells deep in the brains of mice without affecting surrounding tissue. The results suggest a more convenient strategy for treating Parkinson’s disease and mental health disorders using electrical stimulation. NIH Research Matters:
A noninvasive deep brain stimulation technique

A noninvasive deep brain stimulation technique

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Stephanie Choi
Paula Wise Baker
Sylvia Guanlao
Snapshots of Life: A Van Gogh Moment for Pancreatic Cancer from the NIH Director's Blog:
Snapshots of Life: A Van Gogh Moment for Pancreatic Cancer from the NIH Director's Blog:

Snapshots of Life: A Van Gogh Moment for Pancreatic Cancer

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Researchers aim to repurpose former experimental cancer therapy to treat muscular dystrophy.
Researchers aim to repurpose former experimental cancer therapy to treat muscula

Researchers aim to repurpose former experimental cancer therapy to treat muscular dystrophy

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Benjamin Edwards
Cheng Hui Lim
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Progress Toward Earlier Diagnosis. The NIH Director's Blog:
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Progress Toward Earlier Diagnosis The NIH Director's Blog:

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Progress Toward Earlier Diagnosis

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In the lab, novel compounds thwarted bacteria that are resistant to the antibiotic vancomycin.
The findings may lead to the development of drugs to treat antibiotic-resistant infections. From NIH Research Matters:
In the lab novel compounds thwarted bacteria that are resistant to the

Retooling an old antibiotic

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Watch researcher, surgeon, & best-selling author Dr. Atul Gawande & NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins discuss systems science & innovations in healthcare delivery. They will be taking your questions!
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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) scientists discover rare genetic susceptibility to common cold. Unusual case provides insight into leading cause of acute illness worldwide.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases NIAID scientists discover

NIAID scientists discover rare genetic susceptibility to common cold

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Be kind to your skin. Too much sun is not fun! Follow these tips to protect your skin from the harmful effects of sunlight. More from National Cancer Institute:
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New brain network identified for social interactions. Researchers mapped brain regions in rhesus macaque monkeys that are involved in analyzing social relationships. From NIH Research Matters:
New brain network identified for social interactions Researchers mapped brain regions in

New brain network identified for social interactions

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Joey Caldwell
George MacDonald
Pregnancy diet high in refined grains could increase child obesity risk by age 7, NIH study suggests.
Pregnancy diet high in refined grains could increase child obesity risk by

Pregnancy diet high in refined grains could increase child obesity risk by age 7, NIH study suggests

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Silverayne Smith
Linda Boden