Articles for Tag: "National Institutes of Health"

7-year-old seeks second chance at life 
7-year-old seeks second chance at life
Sophia’s multiracial makeup stretches the odds of finding a match for the bone marrow transplant she needs.
Are you at risk for chronic kidney disease?  Featured
Are you at risk for chronic kidney disease?
On World Kidney Day, an expert weighs in on a condition that many people don’t know they have.
Animals ease anxiety for kids with autism 
Animals ease anxiety for kids with autism
New research finds that children benefit from interaction with small animal companions.
7 ways to reduce your risk of stroke 
7 ways to reduce your risk of stroke
May is National Stroke Awareness Month. Learn more about this condition.
Kids suffer from arthritis too  Featured
Kids suffer from arthritis too
Find out how the young can be affected by chronic joint pain and what steps can be taken to minimize it.
FDA approves migraine treatment device 
FDA approves migraine treatment device
A breakthrough in migraine treatment that has no side effects? Experts say it’s real and it’s here.
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health 
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health
Researchers say the more college students communicate with their parents–the more their diet and physical activity improve.