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The COVID virus infected coronary arteries and increased inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques.
Discrimination may help trigger unhealthy brain-gut crosstalk that contributes to inflammation, obesity, and other health problems.
NIH study suggests a small reduction in daily calories is beneficial for wellness.
Infants and young children who had COVID produced protective antibodies for much longer than adults.
Study findings shed light on possible causes of long COVID and could lead to more sensitive testing and personalized treatments.
NIH-funded research sheds light on link between COVID-19 and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
NAFLD is associated with risk factors such as obesity and inflammatory biomarkers and with events including heart attacks and strokes.
Stopping the virus from hijacking mitochondrial energy production may be a novel way to prevent serious complications.
NIH-funded research links alterations to inflammatory protein, underscores vaccine importance.
REPRIEVE trial finds pitavastatin reduced the risk for heart attack, stroke and other major cardiovascular events by 35%.
Restoration of gut function and microbial diversity could lead to improvement of hepatic encephalopathy.
People with greater immune resilience may be at lower risk for severe COVID-19, AIDS and recurrent skin cancer, NIAID grantees find.
Poor sleep quality, sleep apnea and daytime sleepiness were linked to mood disorders and cardiovascular risk, but not to antiretrovirals.
Large trial finds that pitavastatin lowered the risk for major cardiovascular events by 35%.
A Q&A with University of California, San Francisco’s Karla Kerlikowske, MD, about cancer, obesity, breast density, inflammation and more
Several mechanisms may play a role, including persistent virus and ongoing immune dysregulation.
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