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What Your Nose Knows ~ Sense of Smell and Your Health

nih news and health  smel  sensory cells 

Your sense of smell enriches your experience of the world around you. Different scents can change your mood, transport you back to a distant memory, and may even help you bond with loved ones...

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Curb Your Eating Help Your Brain Fight the Urge to Splurge

addiction  eating  eating habits  Healthy Weight 

Ever tried to eat just one potato chip, or take just one bite of chocolate cake? It may feel impossible. A little nibble triggers an urge to eat more. Some people feel driven to keep eating to the point where the food’s no longer enjoyable. You know the resulting weight gain will harm your health. So why do you keep eating when it’s not in your best interest?

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Types of Applications

Choose the type of application you plan to submit from the chart below. Learn about specific submission requirements, and be sure to follow them, as well as the instructions in the application forms and the funding opportunity announcement. The type of application you submit can impact.

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Report on a Grant Award

nih  grants 

Recipients submit regular scientific progress reports, financial reports, invention reports, and final progress reports as part of the management and oversight of their grant awards.

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NIH Clinical Research Trials and You - Taking a swing at Alzheimer’s disease

alzheimer  the nih clinical center  clinical trials 

List of Registries Personal Stories For Parents and Children For Health Care Providers Resources for Trial Sites Educational Resources Glossary of Common Terms If You Have a Question In the News Taking a swing at Alzheimer’s disease Ollie Doolittle helps researchers learn more about the aging brain Ollie and Vernie Doolittle with their arms around each other. Ollie and Vernie Doolittle. 81-year-old Ollie still plays on three softball teams.(Photo credit: UC Davis Alzheimer’s Center) The bond between Ollie and Vernie Doolittle has endured though 60 years of marriage and military service during two wars. They still never go to bed angry (most of the time).

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Drugs Lessen Multiple Sclerosis Damage in Mice

ms therapies  multiple sclerosis  ms 

In a mouse study, 2 drugs already on the market activated stem cells and repaired the type of brain damage seen in multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Allergy Drug Treats Hepatitis C in Mice

hepatitis c 

A common over-the-counter allergy drug lowered hepatitis C virus levels in infected mice.

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Healthy Holiday Foods and Fun Make Smart Choices as You Celebrate the Season

nih news and health  Diet and Nutrition  holiday health  healthy holidays  diet and lifestyle resources  holiday season 

Mashed potatoes and gravy, Grandma’s apple pie, and other holiday favorites can be a joyous part of any celebration. But to feel your best, you know you need to eat in moderation and stay active. How can you avoid temptation when delicious foods and calories abound?....

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What’s New in Review

The NIH announces new review criteria for research project applications involving clinical trials (September 21-2017) Additional review questions will be effective for all clinical trial applications for research project grants and cooperative agreements that are submitted for funding consideration for due dates on or after January 25, 2018. For the evaluation of those applications, new questions will be added to the existing review questions, which will not change for research project applications that do not involve clinical trials. Some Program Announcements and Requests for Applications may include FOA-specific questions in addition to those below.

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