Where To Find Reliable COVID-19 Information

As the number of coronavirus cases continues to increase, Americans are gripping the edges of their seats tighter, hoping they will not be the next victim. Local and state governments, hospitals, law... Read more »
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Maryland Man And Former National Institutes Of Health Employee Sentenced To Prison For Theft Of Government Property

On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, it was announced that a Gaithersburg, Maryland man had been sentenced to six months in federal prison for theft of government property. 51-year-old Christopher Dame was also... Read more »
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National Institutes Of Health Awards Tulane University A $12M Grant For Lassa Fever Animal Studies

The scientists are Tulane University was awarded a $12 million grant for animal studies to develop a vaccine and find new treatments for Lassa fever. The deadly virus can attack the organs,... Read more »

Study: Non-Cow’s Milk Associated With Short Stature

A new study conducted by researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in Canada suggests that children, who consume non-cow’s milk, will have a shorter stature than their counterparts, who consume cow’s milk. The... Read more »

Using Statins To Reduce The Risk Of Heart Attack In Patients With HIV

In today’s world, people with HIV can live longer, healthier lives as long as they are not plagued with cardiovascular problems, such as a heart attack. The latest complication to arise from... Read more »

National Institutes Of Health Will Designate $42.7 Million To Food Allergy Research Over The Next 7 Years

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a Maryland-based biomedical research facility, has a goal to find effective treatment strategies for food allergy. The agency will award the Consortium of Food Allergy Research... Read more »