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Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby NIH

For those who dream of being parents, pregnancy problems can be tremendously frustrating and disappointing. In recent decades, scientists have developed a wide range of approaches to help struggling couples have healthy babies. And NIH-funded studies are continuing to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.

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Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby NIH

For those who dream of being parents, pregnancy problems can be tremendously frustrating and disappointing. In recent decades, scientists have developed a wide range of approaches to help struggling couples have healthy babies. And NIH-funded studies are continuing to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.

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Minding Your Metabolism - Can You Avoid Middle-Age Spread? NIH

As you age, you may notice you have less muscle and energy and more fat. Carrying those extra pounds may be harming your health. It’s easy to be confused by advice about diet and exercise, but they’re key to avoiding weight gain as you get older.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine: An Introduction NCCIH

Evidence-based information from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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St. John's Wort and Depression NCCIH

Evidence-based information from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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Meditation: What You Need To Know NCCIH

Does meditation work for high blood pressure, IBS, or pain? Find out about these conditions and others here.

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Yoga for Health NCCIH

Evidence-based information from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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Acupuncture: What You Need To Know NCCIH

Can acupuncture relieve pain or help other conditions? Is it safe? Find out here.

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Using Dietary Supplements Wisely NCCIH

How do you know if a dietary supplement is safe or useful? Learn about this important information here.

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Complementary, Alternative, or Integrative Health: What’s In a Name? NCCIH

Complementary medicine. Alternative medicine. Integrative medicine. What do these terms mean? NCCIH explains in this fact sheet.

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Glucosamine and Chondroitin for Osteoarthritis: What You Need To Know NCCIH

Do glucosamine and chondroitin relieve pain from arthritis of the knee, hip, or hands? Are they safe? Read this NIH fact sheet to find out.

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Submitting Your Application NIH

The majority of competing applications now require electronic application submission. The Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to which you are applying will identify whether you must submit electronically or use paper submission. Note that paper submissions require use of the PHS 398 application form, while electronic submission requires the SF424 (R&R) application.

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What Is Fibromyalgia? (Fast Facts, easy-to-read) NIAMS symptoms  pain  muscular  disorder  fibromyalgia 

Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes muscle pain and fatigue (feeling tired). People with fibromyalgia have pain and tenderness throughout the body. People with fibromyalgia may also have other symptoms.

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What Is Acne? (Fast Facts, easy-to-read) NIAMS teens  youths  young adults  teen  acne 

Acne is a disease that affects the skin’s oil glands. Acne is the most common skin disease. People of all races and ages get acne. But it is most common in teenagers and young adults.

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