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WHAT: After studying blood samples from 244 patients hospitalized for COVID-19, a group of researchers, including those who work at the National Institutes of Health, identified “rogue antibodies” that correlate with severe illness and may help explain mechanisms associated with severe blood clotting. The researchers found circulating...
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PETAL Network study found no significant difference in 90-day mortality rates, nor safety concerns, after providing patients with one of two common treatment strategies Enrollment in a National Institutes of Health-supported trial with 1,566 patients being treated for sepsis at 51 U.S. medical centers ended early due to a lack of significant...
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WHAT: Researchers have discovered new insights about lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM), a rare lung disease, which affects about 1 in 200,000 Americans and commonly features the growth of abnormal cells in different tissues and organs, including the lungs. As researchers studied LAM cells in the lab, they discovered a “mixed phenotype,” or differences...
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NIH-wide initiative details efforts to advance sleep and circadian biology research WHAT: The National Institutes of Health’s Sleep Research Plan outlines five goals and nine critical research opportunities to advance sleep and circadian biology research. Key features of the plan focus on studying sleep and circadian mechanisms that underlie health...
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Researchers have linked a rare genetic mutation found mostly in Black Americans and other people of African descent to an earlier onset of heart failure and a higher risk of hospitalization. The findings suggest that earlier screening for the mutation could lead to faster treatment and improved outcomes for heart failure in this vulnerable group...
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A small clinical trial supported by the National Institutes of Health has found that eating during the nighttime—like many shift workers do—can increase glucose levels, while eating only during the daytime might prevent the higher glucose levels now linked with a nocturnal work life. The findings, the study authors said, could lead to novel...
Dr. Gary H. Gibbons and Dr. Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable
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Hoy se anunció que el Dr. Pérez-Stable y el Dr. Gibbons fueron los ganadores de la medalla de Respuesta al COVID-19 y que aceptarán este premio en una gala esta noche en Washington, D. C. Los líderes de los NIH encabezan dos importantes programas federales: RADx-UP y la Alianza de participación comunitaria (CEAL) contra las disparidades causadas...