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September 13, 2019

Three minutes to a super summer smoothie

Looking for a quick, heart-healthy snack? Got three minutes? Grab your blender. Throw in a cup of nonfat, plain yogurt; 6...

Nutrition
NINDS’ Know Stroke initiative can teach about signs, symptoms, and risk factors.
April 05, 2019

Test your stroke knowledge

Numbness. Confusion. Trouble seeing or walking. These are all signs of stroke, one of the leading causes of death and...

Stroke

April 05, 2019

Social media corner: NIH hearts heart health

Great success! Thank you to those who helped to kick off the #OurHearts campaign with the Heart Healthy Together Walk!...

NIH Highlights
April 05, 2019

Set healthy goals with NIDDK’s body weight planner

Understanding how many calories you need per day is tricky. NIH is here to help. The National Institute of Diabetes...

Body Weight

January 14, 2019

Could llamas give us clues about the flu?

Researchers are exploring how these furry animals can help us better understand how to fight off the flu. Why llamas?...

Flu
January 14, 2019

Out with the cookies, in with the veggies!

As you take steps to eat healthier as the new year begins, (and hopefully all year-round) NIH is here to...

Nutrition

January 14, 2019

New MedlinePlus video explores how to counter opioid overdose

More than 115 people in the U.S. die every day after overdosing on opioids. One important tool for helping opioid...

Opioids
September 26, 2018

Social media corner: Basic research Nobel Prizes at NIH

Did you know the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) has supported 87 Nobel prize winners since it launched in 1962?...

NIH Research

September 26, 2018

Look at NIH research funding in your area

Want to know how much NIH funding went to research institutions in your state this year?  A website run...

NIH Research
September 26, 2018

How meditation may help pain

Can focusing on pain actually help suppress it? Maybe, say researchers in a new video called “Meditation: Addressing Pain” from...

NIH Research