Whooping Cough | Seasonal Affective Disorder | 2022 Research Highlights | Suicide Prevention | Holiday Drinking

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Thursday, December 29, 2022


Wipe Out Whooping Cough

A mother holding her baby.

Whooping cough can cause serious illness and is especially dangerous for babies. Check out these tips to keep you and your family healthy. (From NIH News in Health)

Seasonal Affective Disorder

A pensive senior man looking out of a window.

Discover if a significant change in your mood and behavior when the seasons change is a type of depression known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). (From NIH’s NIMH)

2022 Research Highlights — Human Health Advances

A senior man getting vaccinated at a medical clinic.

NIH accomplishments in disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment include insights into Covid-19 vaccines, type 1 diabetes, and a robotic exoskeleton that helps people walk. (From NIH Research Matters)

Suicide Prevention

A man comforting a friend.

Learn the signs of someone who is in crisis and what you can do to help. (From NIH’s NIMH)

Rethink Your Holiday Drinking

A couple celebrating New Year's Eve with sparklers.

During the holiday season, plan before you celebrate to keep you and your loved ones safe. (From NIH’s NIAAA)