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NIH Director's Blog

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  • Mar 19, 2019 · Mood-Altering Messenger Goes Nuclear. Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Serotonin is best known for its role as a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to regulate mood, appetite, sleep, and many other functions.
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Connecting Senescent Cells

  • https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2019/01/08/connecting-senescent-cells-to-obesity-and-anxiety/
  • Mar 19, 2019 · Mood-Altering Messenger Goes Nuclear. Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Serotonin is best known for its role as a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to regulate mood, appetite, sleep, and many other functions.
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Sugar

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  • Mar 19, 2019 · Mood-Altering Messenger Goes Nuclear. Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Serotonin is best known for its role as a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to regulate mood, appetite, sleep, and many other functions.
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Drug Targets

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  • Mar 19, 2019 · Mood-Altering Messenger Goes Nuclear. Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Serotonin is best known for its role as a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to regulate mood, appetite, sleep, and many other functions.
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Dr. Francis Collins – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Mar 19, 2019 · Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Serotonin is best known for its role as a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to regulate mood, appetite, sleep, and many other functions. It exerts these influences by binding to its receptor on the surface of neural cells.
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Connecting Senescent Cells to Obesity and Anxiety – NIH ...

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  • Jan 08, 2019 · Adapted from Ogrodnik et al., 2019, Cell Metabolism. Obesity—which affects about 4 in 10 U.S. adults—increases the risk for lots of human health problems: diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers, and even anxiety and depression [1]. It’s also been associated with increased accumulation of senescent cells, which are older cells that resist death even as they…
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‘Tis the Season for Good Cheer – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Dec 20, 2018 · ‘Tis the Season for Good Cheer. Posted on December 20th, 2018 by Dr. Francis Collins. Credit: Oka lab, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena Whether it’s Rockefeller Center, the White House, or somewhere else across the land, ‘tis the season to gather with neighbors for a communal holiday tree-lighting ceremony.
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For HIV, Treatment is Prevention – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Jan 22, 2019 · For HIV, Treatment is Prevention. Posted on January 22nd, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. For almost four decades, researchers have worked tirelessly to find a cure for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes AIDS.
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Biomedical Research Highlighted in Science’s 2018 ...

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  • Jan 02, 2019 · A Happy New Year to one and all! While many of us were busy wrapping presents, the journal Science announced its much-anticipated scientific breakthroughs of 2018. In case you missed the announcement [1], it was another banner year for the biomedical sciences. The …
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Discovering a Source of Laughter in the Brain – NIH ...

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  • Feb 12, 2019 · If laughter really is the best medicine, wouldn’t it be great if we could learn more about what goes on in the brain when we laugh? Neuroscientists recently made some major progress on this front by pinpointing a part of the brain that, when stimulated, never fails to induce smiles and laughter.
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Sugar – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Jan 09, 2018 · Marie Bragg is a first-generation American, raised by a mother who immigrated to Florida from Trinidad. She watched her uncle in Florida cope effectively with type 2 diabetes, taking prescription drugs and following doctor-recommended dietary changes.
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Skin Cells Can Be Reprogrammed In Vivo – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Feb 14, 2019 · Skin Cells Can Be Reprogrammed In Vivo. Posted on February 14th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Credit: The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus. Thousands of Americans are rushed to the hospital each day with traumatic injuries.
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Oral Insulin Delivery: Can the Tortoise Win the Race ...

  • https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2019/02/19/oral-insulin-delivery-can-the-tortoise-win-the-race/
  • Feb 19, 2019 · Caption: The African leopard tortoise’s shape inspired a new insulin-injecting “pill” (right). Credit: Alex Abramson People with diabetes often must inject insulin multiple times a day to keep their blood glucose levels under control. So, I was intrigued to learn that NIH-funded bioengineers ...
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