NICHD

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NICHDNational Institute of Child Health and Human Development (US NIH)
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Physicians treating women of reproductive age should pay attention to slightly elevated blood pressure because it may have other not-well-recognised effects, such as adverse pregnancy outcome,' said senior author of the study Enrique Schisterman from NICHD.
The NICHD said the grant helps further its mission to "ensure that every person is born healthy and wanted, and that all children have the chance to achieve their full potential for healthy and productive lives."
The project took root years ago under the tutelage of former NICHD director Alan Guttmacher, MD, and grew as the Obama Administration held workshops and forums in 2014 and 2015--and then developed tools and resources--to promote citizen science and crowdsourcing initiatives in the public sector.
NICHD activities are aimed at improving pediatric drug therapies through preclinical and clinical testing that lead to drug labeling change.
NICHD conducts and supports laboratory research, clinical trials, and epidemiological studies that explore health processes; examines the impact of disabilities, diseases, and variations on the lives of individuals; and sponsors training programmes to ensure that NICHD research can continue.
Principal investigators, co-principal investigators, study coordinators, coordinating center representatives, and NICHD staff include: Argentina: Buenos Aires: Marcelo H.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) reveals the results of an in-depth longitudinal study on the effects of non-maternal (professional) child care on the development of children.
"Defensins do not kill the virus, they just prevent it from entering the cell," says Leonid Chernomordik of NICHD. "Viruses that are not allowed to enter the cells can then be destroyed by the cells of the immune system."
In one study, researchers led by NICHD epidemiologist Richard J.
The National Reading Panel reported that the ability to manipulate the sounds in language is a strong predictor of later reading success (NICHD, 2000).