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Thursday, July 13, 2023


Delivering Safer Pregnancies

A pregnant woman and her husband.

Some people have serious health problems during or after pregnancy. Learn what signs to watch for to keep you and your baby safer. (From NIH News in Health)


An illustration of a human liver.

Find out about the research underway at NIH to address this critical condition. (From NIH’s NIAID)

Identifying a New Contributor to Tooth Decay

Selenomonas sputigena cells forming a honeycomb-like structure that encapsulates Streptococcus mutans.

A type of bacteria called Selenomonas sputigena helps another contributor to tooth decay to form biofilms and produce damaging acid. (From NIH Research Matters)


A woman getting an eye exam.

Uveitis can cause minor or severe vision loss. Discover more about uveitis, including its causes, symptoms, and treatment options. (From NIH’s NEI)

Exercise For Your Bone Health

A man and his young daughter playing tennis.

Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle, which increases the risk of broken bones. Exercise in adults and children of any age offers many benefits for bone health. (From NIH’s NIAMS)