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Findings may inform new ways to diagnose condition that affects up to 10% of U.S. women.

Data from two NIH studies show 60% lower risk among those with highest number of healthy behaviors.

Study shows treatment does no harm, but provides no benefit

NIH workshop attendees review capabilities, limits of SARS-CoV-2 serology testing.

Finding provides a potential target for an immunotherapy that might be applied to a wide range of infectious diseases.

Results from NIH-funded study could lead to improvements in diagnosis and treatment.

In the largest exercise research program of its kind, researchers are poised to turn data into comprehensive maps of the molecular changes in the body.

Fully automated approach to cervical cancer screening as a follow-up to a positive HPV test outperformed the standard method.

Results suggest our brains use internet search engine strategies to remember words and memories of past experiences.

Genomic variants that cause common periodic fever have spread in Mediterranean populations over centuries, potentially protecting people from the plague.