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The Basics

The Basics 

Information about participating in a clinical trial.

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Finding a Clinical Trial

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Sources for finding a clinical trial.

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Listen Up! Noises Can Damage Your Hearing

hearing  hearing-loss  noise 

Loud or long-lasting noises—from motors, power tools, and even headphones—can permanently damage your hearing. Take steps to protect your ears from harmful noises.

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Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby

pregnancy  problems  baby  chance  Boost  having 

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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Keep Your Vision Healthy Learn About Comprehensive Dilated Eye Exams

vision  eye exams  eyesight 

People of all ages should have their eyesight tested to keep their vision at its best.

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Plants: Partners in Health? Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs, and You

stress  gardening  nutritional  plants 

Is there anything more delicious and nutritious than vine-ripened tomatoes, just-harvested peaches and corn, or fresh herbs and spices? Growing your own edible plants—whether in a backyard garden or a few pots on your windowsill—can be fun, rewarding, and healthful.

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Keeping Up in School? Identifying Learning Problems

disabilities  learning disability 

Reading, writing, and math are the building blocks of learning. Mastering these subjects early on can affect many areas of life, including school, work, and even overall health. It’s normal to make mistakes and even struggle a little when learning new things. But repeated, long-lasting problems may be a sign of a learning disability.

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NIH Guidance on use of Media Including Photos, Graphics, Video Clips, and Audio Files on the Web, in Publications, Training Materials or Other Public Resources

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NIH respects copyright and has put procedures in place that help it to avoid infringing the rights of third parties, and alerts members of the public who may wish to use the material of any limitations on such use. This is to ensure that the public can easily distinguish between materials that are free to use without limitation and those limited to a fair use, the agency has developed guidance for accomplishing both improving openness and ensuring protections.

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A Look at Epilepsy - Electrical Outbursts in the Brain

epilepsy  brain  neurological disorder 

Most people know surprisingly little about epilepsy, even though it’s the nation’s 4th most common neurological disorder, after migraine, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease. Epilepsy is marked by repeated, unpredictable seizures that may last for seconds or minutes.

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Online Weight Management Gets Personal NIH Body Weight Planner

nih  weight  weight loss 

It’s always a good time to resolve to eat better, be more active, and lose weight. For the more than 2 out of 3 Americans who are either overweight or obese, there’s now a free, research-based tool to help you reach your goals: the NIH Body Weight Planner.

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