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NIH Director's Blog

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  • May 16, 2019 · These Oddball Cells May Explain How Influenza Leads to Asthma. Posted on May 16th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Most people who get the flu bounce right back in a week or two. But, for others, the respiratory infection is the beginning of lasting asthma-like symptoms.
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Human Connectome Project

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  • May 16, 2019 · These Oddball Cells May Explain How Influenza Leads to Asthma. Posted on May 16th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Most people who get the flu bounce right back in a week or two. But, for others, the respiratory infection is the beginning of lasting asthma-like symptoms.
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Insulin

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  • May 16, 2019 · These Oddball Cells May Explain How Influenza Leads to Asthma. Posted on May 16th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Most people who get the flu bounce right back in a week or two. But, for others, the respiratory infection is the beginning of lasting asthma-like symptoms.
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Dr. Francis Collins – NIH Director's Blog

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  • May 14, 2019 · Deciphering Another Secret of Life. Posted on May 9th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Credit: Robin Davies, University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 1953, Francis Crick famously told the surprised customers at the Eagle and Child pub in London that he and Jim …
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Watch Flowers Spring to Life – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Apr 25, 2019 · Spring has sprung! The famous Washington cherry blossoms have come and gone, and the tulips and azaleas are in full bloom. In this mesmerizing video, you’ll get a glimpse of the early steps in how some spring flowers bloom. Floating into view are baby flowers, their cells outlined (red), at the ...
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Biomedical Research Highlighted in ... - directorsblog.nih.gov

  • https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2019/01/02/biomedical-research-highlighted-in-science-magazines-2018-breakthroughs/
  • 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 2018 Breakthrough of the Year went to biomedical science and its ability…
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Study Finds No Benefit for Dietary Supplements – NIH ...

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  • Apr 16, 2019 · Study Finds No Benefit for Dietary Supplements. Posted on April 16th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Credit: iStock/Artfully79. More than half of U.S. adults take dietary supplements [1]. I don’t, but some of my family members do.
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Human Connectome Project – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Feb 07, 2017 · Caption: The wiring diagram of a human brain, measured in a healthy individual, where the movement of water molecules is measured by diffuse tensor magnetic resonance imaging, revealing the connections. This is an example of the type of work being done by the Human Connectome Project. Source: Courtesy of the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging and Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, …
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T2D-GENES Consortium – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Jul 12, 2016 · It’s estimated that about 10 percent of the world’s population either has type 2 diabetes (T2D) or will develop the disease during their lives [1]. Type 2 diabetes (formerly called “adult-onset”) happens when the body doesn’t produce or use insulin properly, causing glucose levels to rise ...
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Sugar – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Jan 09, 2018 · Most of us know how hard it is to resist the creamy sweetness of ice cream. But it might surprise you to learn that, over the past 15 years or so, some makers of ice cream and many other processed foods—from pasta to ground beef products—have changed their recipes to swap out some of the table sugar (sucrose) with a sweetening/texturizing ingredient called trehalose that depresses the ...
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A CRISPR Approach to Treating Sickle Cell – NIH Director's ...

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  • Apr 02, 2019 · A CRISPR Approach to Treating Sickle Cell. Posted on April 2nd, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Caption: Red blood cells from patient with sickle cell disease. The cells were differentiated from bone marrow with unedited and edited hematopoietic stem …
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Largest-Ever Alzheimer’s Gene Study Brings New Answers ...

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  • Mar 12, 2019 · Largest-Ever Alzheimer’s Gene Study Brings New Answers. Posted on March 12th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. Predicting whether someone will get Alzheimer’s disease (AD) late in life, and how to use that information for prevention, has been an intense focus of biomedical research.
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Connecting Senescent Cells to Obesity and Anxiety – NIH ...

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  • Jan 08, 2019 · Connecting Senescent Cells to Obesity and Anxiety. Posted on January 8th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins. 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].
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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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All Scientific Hands on Deck to End the Opioid Crisis ...

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  • May 31, 2017 · All Scientific Hands on Deck to End the Opioid Crisis. Posted on May 31st, 2017 by Dr. Nora Volkow and Dr. Francis Collins. In 2015, 2 million people had a prescription opioid-use disorder and 591,000 suffered from a heroin-use disorder; prescription drug misuse alone cost the nation $78.5 billion in healthcare, law enforcement, and lost productivity.
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Insulin – NIH Director's Blog

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  • Feb 19, 2019 · 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 have designed a new kind of “pill” that may someday reduce the need for those uncomfortable shots.
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Oral Insulin Delivery: Can the ... - directorsblog.nih.gov

  • https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2019/02/19/oral-insulin-delivery-can-the-tortoise-win-the-race/
  • Feb 19, 2019 · 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 have designed a new kind of “pill” that may someday reduce the need for those uncomfortable shots. The inspiration for their design? A tortoise!
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