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Osteoporosis in Aging Protect Your Bones with Exercise

osteoporosis  bones  exercise 

for osteoporosis, a condition that affects more than 10 million people nationwide.

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Biology of Addiction - Drugs and Alcohol Can Hijack Your Brain

addiction  alcohol  nih  drugs  biology 

People with addiction lose control over their actions. They crave and seek out drugs, alcohol, or other substances no matter what the cost—even at the risk of damaging friendships, hurting family, or losing jobs. What is it about addiction that makes people behave in such destructive ways? And why is it so hard to quit?

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Talking With Your Doctor Make the Most of Your Appointment

talking with your doctor  patient care  health care 

Clear and honest communication between you and your physician can help you both make smart choices about your health.

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Keep Your Mouth Healthy - Oral Care for Older Adults

gum disease  older adults  nih  oral health  decay  tooth 

Oral health is important for people of all ages. But the simple routine you learned as a kid—brush your teeth twice a day and floss regularly—can become more of a challenge as you get older. Among adults ages 75 and up, about 1 in 4 has lost all natural teeth, largely because of gum disease and tooth decay.

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A Blurry Worldview ~ Understanding Myopia

vision  eyesight  nih news and health  eyes  healthy eyes  Myopia 

As a child in school, did you ever struggle to see what the teacher wrote on the board? Maybe you could easily read from a book, but things farther away—like highway signs—looked blurry. Blurry distant vision is the main symptom of myopia, a condition that affects about a third of American adults.

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Going Gluten Free? Necessary for Some, Optional for Others

Celiac Disease  Gluten-free Food  diet and lifestyle resources  gluten 

With the growing popularity of gluten-free products at your local grocery store, you may have wondered if you should avoid eating gluten. Sidestepping gluten can be a lifestyle choice for many. But for those with a condition known as celiac disease, it’s a medical necessity.

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Forms Library

nih  forms 

A listing of all forms, formats and instructions grouped by their use. A good option for those experienced with NIH grants.

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Policy & Compliance

policy  nih 

By accepting a grant award, grantees agree to comply with the requirements in the NIH Grants Policy Statement unless the notice of award states otherwise. Specific policy topic pages listed below expand upon this resource to provide additional context and resources.

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Understand Funding Opportunities

nih  grants  application guide 

NIH advertises availability of grant support through funding opportunity announcements (FOAs). Search for an FOA specific to your area of interest, or apply to one of our generic parent announcements.

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How Vitamin D May Affect Heart Disease, Diabetes

vitamin d deficiency  heart disease  type 2 diabetes 

Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

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