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.
The FDA has approved the first drug specifically designed to treat postpartum depression.
A new study in rodents has shown that the brain’s cerebellum also helps control the brain’s reward circuitry. Researchers found a direct neural connection from the cerebellum to the ventral tegmental area (VTA) of the brain
Vaccinations have begun in a phase 1 human clinical trial testing a freeze-dried, temperature-stable formulation of an experimental tuberculosis (TB) vaccine candidate.
African Americans who smoke appear to be at greater risk for peripheral artery disease, or PAD, new research has found.
Researchers have developed a simple blood test that can detect when a newly transplanted lung is being rejected by a patient, even when no outward signs of the rejection are evident.
Researchers have discovered how specific cells in the guts of mice slow down metabolism and eventually contribute to obesity, diabetes, hypertension and atherosclerosis. The findings, scientists say, could have important implications for the prevention and treatment of these kinds of metabolic diseases in humans.
A new study reveals that approximately 1 in 5 individuals may experience mental health symptoms up to 6 months after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), suggesting the importance of follow-up care for these patients.