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Study gives insight into changes in the reward circuitry of the brain that may provide resistance.

Before today’s robust treatments, HIV-positive children were more likely to have heart infections and inflammation.

New rat model will advance Alzheimer’s research.

Runaway regulator clogs removal of toxic debris.

Human body can make vitamin D when the skin is exposed to the sun, or vitamin D can come from food and supplements.

Method enables 3-D analysis of fine structure and connections.

Chronic drinking may damage regions involved in self-control, affecting the ability to regulate cravings and resist relapse.

Results support new view of molecules important for most nerve cell signaling.

NIH encourages Americans to make vision a priority.

NIH-funded trial seeks volunteers to help discover ways to delay or prevent T1D

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