National Institutes of Health
There’s no skunky bar odor amid the beer taps. Instead of booze, colored water fills the bottles.
Nina Pham is approaching 24 hours at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda. But, her condition was actually downgraded to “fair” after making the trip to Maryland from North Texas.
Ebola patient Nina Pham is now in fair and stable condition in Maryland after being transferred out of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas late Thursday night.
In a promising step against a genetic disease that causes deafness and gradual loss of vision, scientists have partly restored hearing with a single injection to young mice.
The executive director of a troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting effort in Texas has submitted his resignation letter amid escalating scrutiny over the management of the nation’s second-biggest pot of cancer research dollars.
It turns out a children’s song may be a lifesaver when it comes to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Researchers at UT Southwestern are using a nursery rhyme to help local fire departments improve how they perform CPR.
A new study from researchers at the University of Texas School of Public Health has revealed that flame retardant chemicals were found in many samples taken from popular North Texas food items.
The clock is ticking: The first National Alzheimer’s Plan sets a deadline of 2025 to finally find effective ways to treat, or at least stall, the mind-destroying disease.
Dementia is poised to skyrocket as the baby boomers age — and it’s a budget-busting disease for Medicare, Medicaid and families. Now the Obama administration is developing the first National Alzheimer’s Plan.
Hundreds of millions of Americans have a cell phone. But are they safe? A new study, showing changes in the brains of cell phone users, is fueling concerns about the effect of the phones on people’s health.
Close birth spacing may put a second-born child at higher risk for autism, suggests a preliminary study based on more than a half-million children.