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National Institutes of Health (NIH)

NIEHS will summarize and answer questions about draft reports on the health effects of radiofrequency radiation exposure in rats and mice.

National Toxicology Program’s draft conclusions were released today.

NIH-funded research examined over 6,000 children to determine prevalence of FASD ranged from 1.1 to 5 percent.

NIH study in rats suggests that support cells modulate brain circuit activity.

Preliminary results suggest strokes also affect the eye.

Additional research is needed to determine if drugs and vaccines can cure or prevent such infections, and to understand the mechanisms of sexual transmission.

Early and accurate diagnoses of these brain disorders is essential for developing treatments and identifying patients eligible for clinical trials.

More than 7,500 children recruited for study to date; data available for first 4,500

LRTIs can cause a variety of symptoms, including persistent coughing, wheezing, chest pain, fever, and rapid or difficult breathing.