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Iodine Deficiency May Reduce Pregnancy Chances, NIH Study Suggests

Women with moderate to severe iodine deficiency may take longer to achieve a pregnancy, compared to women with normal iodine levels, according to a...
metabolic disease

From Mice, Clues to Microbiome’s Influence on Metabolic Disease

The community of microorganisms that resides in the gut, known as the microbiome, has been shown to work in tandem with the genes of...
carcinomas, coronavirus, Diuretic therapy, type 1 diabetes, brain disorders, asthma, Red Blood Cells, sleep apnea, Induced labor, genome editing, Iodine deficiency, surgical pain, food allergies, Zika virus vaccine, mental illness, stroke, obesity, river blindness, malaria, Parkinson’s, gestational diabetes, skin color, HIV vaccine, Kidney Stones, Parkinson’s disease, retinal vein, obesity, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, thyroid, malaria vaccine, HIV, Cushing Syndrome, pregnancy, sports concussions, obesity, HIV-infected people, dust mite allergies, HIV infections, COPD patients, wound healing

Couples with Obesity May Take Longer to Achieve Pregnancy, NIH Study...

“Our results also indicate that fertility specialists may want to consider couples’ body compositions when counseling patients.” —Rajeshwari Sundaram, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Division of Intramural...
cell migration, biomedical, antibiotic resistance, PTSD, mobility disability

Moderate Activity Helps Older Adults Maintain Mobility and Independence

By adopting a walking routine and other moderate physical activities, older adults can recover from a major disability more quickly, and maintain their independence...