All News

Filter News

Filter by

News Type
Topic
Language
Published Date

Filter by News Type

Done

Filter by Topic

Done

Filter by Language

Done

Filter by Published Date

Done
Showing 10 out of 277 results
senior man wearing Cpap mask sleeping smoothly all night long on his left side cross arms without snoring.
|
News Release
Study suggests adults with both the sleep disorder and COVID may benefit from clinical monitoring Among people who have had COVID-19, adults with obstructive sleep apnea were more likely to experience long-term symptoms suggestive of long COVID than those without the sleep disorder, according to a large study supported by the National Institutes of...
Illustration shows lung and stethoscope to represent World Asthma Day.
|
Statement
National Institutes of Health scientists and grant recipients conduct innovative research to better understand, prevent, and treat asthma. Today, the National Institutes of Health recognizes World Asthma Day and the innovative research that is helping to shed light on the disease, pave the way for effective treatments and improve the lives of...
Photo of recovering young woman on hospital bed with vital functions monitored while being consulted by doctor.
|
News Release
NIH-supported findings identify risk factors in women and suggest need for closer monitoring Women aged 55 years and younger have nearly double the risk of rehospitalization in the year immediately after a heart attack compared to men of similar age, according to a study supported by the National Institutes of Health. Higher rates of risk factors...
closeup veiw of centrifugal pump which is a part of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in critical care unit (CCU)
|
News Release
NIH-funded study finds some adults are more likely to receive ECMO when compared to those who received mechanical ventilation only Some adults with severe respiratory illness, including women, those with public insurance, and people with fewer financial resources, may be less likely to receive an advanced form of life support known as...
A doctor and physician, both of whom are wearing masks, talk in a medical setting.
|
News Release
NIH-supported studies show variations in symptoms and diagnostic experiences among different racial and ethnic groups Black and Hispanic Americans appear to experience more symptoms and health problems related to long COVID , a lay term that captures an array of symptoms and health problems, than white people, but are not as likely to be diagnosed...
A man coughs.
|
News Release
Many adults experience problems like coughing, chest pain, and fatigue six months after their stay About half of adults treated at hospitals for COVID-19 have experienced lingering symptoms, financial difficulties, or physical limitations months after being discharged, according to a National Institutes of Health-supported study published in JAMA...
A woman fills out a questionnaire in advance of a medical visit.
|
News Release
NIH-supported physician-scientists are studying how primary care providers can identify and treat more people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease A new tool shows promise in helping primary care physicians identify adults with undiagnosed chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to research published in JAMA . More than 15...
Illustration of COVID Virus
|
Media Advisory
What Leaders from the National Institutes of Health and partner organizations outline NIH’s COVID-19 research response in a policy forum in the journal Science. The authors also reflect on crucial lessons learned that will inform the public health research response to future pandemics. The authors emphasize that by building on decades of basic and...