jueves, 28 de agosto de 2014

Food shopping tips, recognize heart attack and stroke, inside the GI tract, schizophrenia genes, ALS

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Girl in a car eats celery from a grocery bag.

Food Shopping Tips

Buying healthy foods for your family is easier
when you know what types of food to shop for. 
Get tips to shop smart. (From NIH’s
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)

Illustration of a woman steadying herself against a wall while a concerned passerby makes a call for help.

Can You Recognize a Heart Attack or Stroke?

How would you react to a medical emergency?
When it comes to life-threatening conditions like
heart attack or stroke, every minute counts.
(FromNIH News in Health)

Nanojuice as it passes through the gut of a mouse.

A Real-Time View of GI Motility

Nanojuice isn’t a new kind of health food. It could one
day help doctors visualize the gastrointestinal tract in
real-time. (From the NIH Director’s Blog)

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Over 100 Genetic Sites Tied to Schizophrenia

Researchers found 108 genetic regions linked to
schizophrenia. The findings suggest new avenues
for potential treatments. (From NIH Research Matters)

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