Proper maternal folate levels during pregnancy may protect children from a future risk of obesity, especially those born to obese mothers.
People with type 2 diabetes who intensively controlled their blood sugar level during the ACCORD Trial Eye Study were found to have cut their risk of diabetic retinopathy in half in a follow-up analysis conducted 4 years after stopping intensive therapy.
Sticking to a healthy diet in the years after pregnancy may reduce the risk of high blood pressure among women who had pregnancy-related (gestational) diabetes, according to a study by researchers at NIH and other institutions.
According to a new mouse study, astrocyte scars may actually be required for repair and regrowth following spinal cord injury.
Women live longer in areas with more green vegetation, according to new research funded by NIEHS.
New research conducted by scientists at NIAID found that higher levels of antibody against a different flu surface protein—neuraminidase (NA)—were the better predictor of protection against flu infection and its unpleasant side effects.
Researchers must address the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance and stay ahead of the inevitable future emergencies of resistant bacteria, according to physicians and scientists at NIAID.
Cognitive function improves with aerobic exercise, but not for people exposed to high levels of mercury before birth, according to research funded by NIEHS.
Researchers at NIH have discovered a two-way link between depression and gestational diabetes.
Researchers have mapped 180 distinct areas in our brain’s outer mantle, or cortex—more than twice the number previously known.