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Dr. Vivek Murthy (r) chats with NIH director Dr.
Francis Collins at Straus Lecture.

Murthy Discusses Chronic Stress, Solutions

Imagine that you are picking up a set of weights at the gym, an overloaded bag at the grocery store or a small child. As you do this, you’re building muscle mass...Read more

Judy Woodruff at NIH

Woodruff Shares Personal Story as Caregiver to Son

They may not have the medical expertise, but nobody else could be more devoted to the patient...Read more

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Relay Changes Course, But NeuRUNS Win Again

The race to the finish was a bit tougher than in years past. It was...Read more

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Gingerbread Village Transforms CRC Atrium

Onlookers admire the gingerbread houses on display in the Clinical Research Center’s north atrium

NIH’ers transformed the Clinical Research Center atrium into a colorful landscape of gingerbread houses in December with 47 entries for the 11th annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest. Thousands of staff, patients and visitors voted on Facebook and in person.

Attacks on U.S. Change Life at NIH

Flag flies at half-mast in tragedy's wake.

The transition from peacetime’s reliable routine to wartime anxiety took place in only minutes as NIH employees came to work on an otherwise spectacular late summer morning Sept. 11 and discovered by 9:45 — via office televisions, radio, the web, phone calls and hallway conversations — that terrorism on an almost unimaginable scale was taking place in New York City and in the heart of Washington, D.C.





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