Among people with HIV in Latin America, those diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) at an initial clinic visit were about twice as likely to die within 10 years as people not initially diagnosed with TB.
A new study finds vitamin D may be protective among asthmatic obese children living in urban environments with high indoor air pollution.
Racial and ethnic disparities in severe maternal morbidity—life-threatening maternal complications associated with childbirth—have persisted and increased at high rates among U.S. women.
New findings from a large, randomized clinical trial that compared two infection-control techniques are already being incorporated into practice within the network of U.S. community hospitals where the trial took place.
Assessing the patterns of energy use and neuronal activity simultaneously in the human brain improves our understanding of how alcohol affects the brain.
New guidance for universal suicide risk screening in health care settings.
Pelvic Floor Disorders Linked to Mode of Delivery Among First-Time Moms
Summaries of findings on Alzheimer's disease, pelvic floor disorders and universal screening for suicide risk.
In a study of epilepsy patients, researchers at NIH found that, split seconds before we recall these events, tiny electrical waves called ripples may flow through key parts of our brains that help store our memories.
Researchers say a widely used antifungal drug may hold promise for treating people with cystic fibrosis, a life-threatening genetic disorder.