NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

NIH NEWS RELEASES

Index 1

14.2.2002

13.02.2001   [ *  Public Access to the Human Genome ]

15.02.2001   [ *  New Link between Salt Sensitivity and Risk of Death ]

20.02.2001   [ *  National Registry for alopecia areata ]

16.04.2001   [ *  OFFSPRING OF MEN WITH BIRTH DEFECTS  ]
             [    TWICE AS LIKELY TO HAVE DEFECTS, TOO ]                                  

             [ *  NHGRI RESEARCHERS DEVELOP GENE TEST THAT DIFFERENTIATES  ]
             [    BREAST CANCER TYPES                                      ] 

             [ *  RESEARCHERS SEEK WOMEN WITH PREMATURE OVARIAN FAILURE FOR ] 
             [    TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT STUDY                            ] 

             [ *  NIEHS INITIATES CLINICAL CENTER RESEARCH GROUP ] 
             [    TO STUDY AND TREAT AUTOIMMUNE MUSCLE DISORDERS ] 

             [ *  FAUCI PRESENTS ROADMAP FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH IN 21ST CENTURY ] 

             [ *  NHLBI LAUNCHES SLEEP AND CHILDREN EDUCATION PROGRAM  ] 
             [    WITH GARFIELD THE CAT AS  "SPOKESCAT"                ] 

             [ *  METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSE LEADS TO LONG-LASTING CHANGES IN   ] 
             [    THE HUMAN BRAIN THAT ARE LINKED TO IMPAIRED COORDINATION ] 
             [    AND MEMORY                                               ] 

             [ *  NIDA TO ANNOUNCE NEW PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE:     ] 
             [    "PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: MISUSE, ABUSE, AND ADDICTION" ] 

             [ *  MOUSE GENE TRAP HELPS DECIPHER BRAIN'S WIRING DIAGRAM ]              

             [ *  STUDY CONFIRMS GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PROGRESSION FROM HIV TO AIDS ] 

             [ *  TWIN STUDY REVEALS GENETIC LINK TO MUSICAL PITCH RECOGNITION ] 

             [ *  NIAAA LAUNCHES COMBINE CLINICAL TRIAL ] 

             [ *  NEW PRIME-BOOST HIV VACCINE STRATEGY SHOWS PROMISE IN MONKEYS ] 

             [ *  DON'T GET RID OF THAT CAT YET, SAY ASTHMA RESEARCHERS ] 

             [ *  INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY HELPS PUBLIC TOUCH TREASURES:        ] 
             [    NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE TO LAUNCH "TURNING THE PAGES" ] 

             [ *  STUDENTS BRAINSTORM WITH NEUROSCIENTISTS             ] 
             [    BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK PROGRAMS TO BE HELD MARCH 14-15 ] 

             [ *  EXPLORING YOUR BRAIN ] 

             [ *  TECHNOLOGY IS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE                    ]  
             [    "Telemedicine and Telecommunications: Options for the New Century" ] 

             [ *  NIH CONSENSUS PANEL WILL WEIGH EVIDENCE ON BEST WAYS ] 
             [    TO PREVENT, DETECT, AND TREAT TOOTH DECAY            ] 

             [ *  ADVANCE DIRECTIVES FOUND KEY TO REDUCING STRESS FOR  ] 
             [    FAMILIES OF HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS AT THE END OF LIFE ] 

             [ *  NEW TOOLS FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND THE PUBLIC TO ] 
             [    COMBAT OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY                         ] 

             [ *  NEW RESEARCH REGISTRY TO EXAMINE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IN ] 
             [    AFRICAN AMERICANS                                        ] 

             [ *  SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY PROCESS THAT PLAYS KEY ROLE ] 
             [    IN BRAIN CHANGES INVOLVED IN COCAINE ADDICTION  ] 

             [ *  TRANSPLANTS OF SIBLING STEM CELLS SHOW PROMISE FOR IMMUNE DISORDER ] 

             [ *  POPULAR PAIN ANALGESICS FOUND TO AFFECT CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ] 

             [ *  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MAKES FINAL CALL FOR DATA, PUBLIC           ] 
             [    COMMENT BEFORE WRITING NEW REPORT ON CANCER-CAUSING SUBSTANCES ] 

16.04.2001   [ *  FIGHTING THE WHITE PLAGUE ] 

             [ *  "MANAGING DIVERSITY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM" ] 

             [ *  FOGARTY INTERNATIONAL CENTER ESTABLISHES                  ] 
             [    SHELDON M. WOLFF, M.D. FELLOWSHIP ON INTERNATIONAL HEALTH ] 

             [ *  MORE RIGOROUS STUDIES NEEDED TO ADVANCE EMERGING DENTAL ]            
             [    CARIES DIAGNOSTIC AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES, SAYS NIH   ] 
             [    CONSENSUS PANEL                                         ] 

             [ *  MOUSE MODEL OF FOOD ALLERGIES REVEALS CAUSE OF INFLAMMATION ] 

             [ *  OLD DRUG MAY OFFER NEW HOPE TO VICTIMS OF CHILDHOOD NEURO- ] 
             [    DEGENERATIVE DISEASE                                       ] 

             [ *  SCIENTISTS FIND NEW TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE      ] 
             [    INVOLVED IN BREAST, PROSTATE AND OTHER CANCERS ] 

             [ *  SCIENTISTS REPAIR DAMAGE FROM HEART ATTACK ] 
             [    USING ADULT BONE MARROW STEM CELLS IN MICE ] 

             [ *  APRIL 5 MARKS NATIONAL ALCOHOL SCREENING DAY ] 
             [    1200 SITES TO SCREEN ABOUT 50,000 PERSONS    ] 

             [ *  FOGARTY INTERNATIONAL CENTER ANNOUNCES INITIAL AWARDS FOR ] 
             [    INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ON HEALTH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  ] 

             [ *  INTERNATIONAL GUIDELINES RELEASED ON    ] 
             [    CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASE (COPD) ] 

             [ *  President's budget proposal for FY 2002 ] 

             [ *  SCIENCE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH - WORLD HEALTH DAY 2001 ] 

             [ *  DR. MARC R. BLACKMAN NAMED CLINICAL DIRECTOR FOR NCCAM ] 

             [ *  SCIENTISTS SEQUENCE GENOME OF STREP THROAT, SCARLET FEVER ] 
             [    BACTERIUM                                                 ] 

             [ *  NIDA AND PARTNERS ANNOUNCE NATIONAL INITIATIVE ON ] 
             [    PRESCRIPTION DRUG MISUSE AND ABUSE                ]  

             [ *  BEST LEADS FOR PROSTATE CANCER PREVENTION APPEAR IN APRIL ] 
             [    "UROLOGY" SUPPLEMENT; AGENTS, BIOMARKER ENDPOINTS, ] 
             [    COHORTS, AND TRIAL DESIGNS OUTLINED                ] 

             [ *  NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE HOSTS FIFTH INTERNATIONAL AIDS ] 
             [    MALIGNANCY CONFERENCE WITH A SPECIAL VIROLOGY COMPONENT  ] 

             [ *  POTENTIAL MEDICATION CAN REDUCE EFFECTS ] 
             [    OF SMOKED MARIJUANA IN HUMANS           ] 

             [ *  NEUROIMAGING IDENTIFIES BRAIN REGIONS POSSIBLY ] 
             [    INVOLVED IN ALCOHOL CRAVING                    ] 

18.05.2001   [ * NCCAM EXPLORES NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE COLLABORATION WITH INDUSTRY ]

             [ * NEW REGISTRY WILL BENEFIT PATIENTS WITH ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID SYNDROME (APS) ]
             [   NEW BROCHURE HELPS SPANISH-SPEAKING FAMILIES DISCUSS DRUG               ]   
             [   ABUSE AND RELATED HEALTH RISKS                                          ]
 
             [ * STUDY CLARIFIES BRAIN MECHANISMS OF COCAINE'S HIGH ]

             [ * NHLBI CREATES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP               ]    
             [   TO ELIMINATE DISPARITIES IN CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH ]

             [ * MALARIA RESEARCH AND TRAINING BENEFITS GLOBAL COMMUNITY ]
             [   April 25 is Africa Malaria Day 2001                     ] 

             [ * BLOOD MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH AUTISM AND MENTAL RETARDATION ]

             [ * BULLYING WIDESPREAD IN U.S. SCHOOLS, SURVEY FINDS ]

             [ * FIRST TYPHOID VACCINE TO PROTECT CHILDREN PROVEN EFFECTIVE ]
             [   BY NICHD SCIENTISTS                                        ]

             [ * TYPHOID FEVER IN THE UNITED STATES ]

             [ * NATIONAL HEART, LUNG, AND BLOOD INSTITUTE EXPANDS SALUD PARA SU CORAZON ]

             [ * NIAID EVENTS HIGHLIGHT GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH ]

             [ * REGIONAL MEDICAL LIBRARY CONTRACTS AWARDED ]

             [ * QUITTING SMOKING HARDER FOR WOMEN THAN FOR MEN ]

             [ * STUDY RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SIDS AND ]
             [   EVENTS DETECTED BY HOME MONITORS                           ]

             [ * RESEARCHERS FIND EVIDENCE THAT PRENATAL USE OF ECSTASY CAN     ]
             [   CAUSE LONG-TERM MEMORY LOSS AND OTHER IMPAIRMENTS IN OFFSPRING ]

             [ * MAKGOBA TO SPEAK AT JAMES C. HILL MEMORIAL LECTURE ]

             [ * MOUSE MODEL YIELDS IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATE          ]
             [   OF CANDIDATE SWEET RECEPTOR AND NOVEL MEMBER OF THE TR1 ]
             [   FAMILY OF PUTATIVE TASTE RECEPTORS                      ]

             [ * NHLBI REPORTS NEW ASTHMA DATA FOR WORLD ASTHMA DAY 2001 ] 
             [   ASTHMA STILL A PROBLEM BUT MORE GROUPS FIGHTING IT      ]

             [ * ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE SELECTS               ]
             [   CENTERS IN OHIO, TEXAS, NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON      ]
             [   TO BREED MICE WITH GENE VARIANTS FOR DISEASE STUDIES ]

             [ * A PARASITE, A VIRUS, AND A BACTERIUM:  NIAID'S PLAN TO ]
             [   TACKLE THE WORLD'S LEADING KILLERS                     ]

             [ * HEPATITIS C RISK NOT LIMITED TO INJECTION DRUG USERS ]

             [ * INCREASED AWARENESS OF STROKE SYMPTOMS      ]
             [   COULD DRAMATICALLY REDUCE STROKE DISABILITY ]

             [ * NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL IMAGING ]
             [   AND BIOENGINEERING ESTABLISHED           ]

             [ * DRUG TREATMENT OF LEAD-EXPOSED CHILDREN    ]
             [   DOES NOT IMPROVE PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST SCORES ]

             [ * NIGMS CREATES CENTER FOR BIOINFORMATICS AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY ]

             [ * NCEP ISSUES MAJOR NEW CHOLESTEROL GUIDELINES ]

             [ * FOURTH ANNUAL HIV VACCINE AWARENESS DAY HONORS VOLUNTEERS, ]
             [   PROMOTES RESEARCH                                          ]

             [ * PAPERS OF NOBEL SCIENTIST MARSHALL NIRENBERG ADDED TO ]
             [   "PROFILES IN SCIENCE"                                 ]

             [ * DDT, PCBs NOT LINKED TO HIGHER RATES OF BREAST CANCER, ]
             [   AN ANALYSIS OF FIVE NORTHEAST STUDIES CONCLUDES        ]
 
             [ * 33-YEAR STUDY EMPHASIZES LETHAL CONSEQUENCES OF HEROIN ADDICTION ]

             [ * BREASTFEEDING HAS MINOR EFFECT IN REDUCING RISK OF ]
             [   CHILDHOOD OVERWEIGHT                               ]

             [ * BRAIN GENE IMPLICATED IN AUTISM ]

             [ * LONG-CHAIN ALCOHOL FOUND TO BLOCK MECHANISM OF FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME ]

14.02.2002   [ * NICHD SCIENTISTS DEVELOP VACCINE AGAINST DEADLY HOSPITAL- ]
             [   ACQUIRED INFECTION                                        ]




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