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Small study finds alterations in brain activity and immune function, which may shed light on long COVID.
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RECOVER is taking a rigorous approach to improve our understanding of long COVID and increase the odds of identifying treatments that work.
Study finds approaches such as acupuncture, yoga and massage therapy are especially popular for pain management.
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Three fusion peptide antibodies developed by the NIH reduced the risk of infection with an HIV-like virus.
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COVID-19 increased the risk of preterm birth between 2020 and 2022, but the risk largely disappeared after the widespread vaccination.
Program now offers testing, telehealth and treatment for COVID-19 and flu.
Findings highlight the importance of early monitoring and management of hypertension during and after pregnancy.
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The HIV response is a shared global commitment to equitable health outcomes.
NIH study suggests brain’s salience network is important for understanding substance use disorders.
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