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Feds Developed App That Predicts ‘Psychological Status’ of Americans

The Washington Free Beacon

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have developed a system that can predict the “psychological status” of users with smartphones and hope to private companies to bring the invention to the market. 73 more words


Science Advocacy on Capitol Hill: Bridging the Legislative Gap to Medical Research Funding

Last Thursday, September 17th I had the privilege of joining over 300 organizations including patients, physicians and fellow researchers in the Rally for Medical Research… 963 more words

Neuro News

Van Hollen and NIH Head to Warn Against Government Shutdown

BETHESDA, Md. — Rep. Chris Van Hollen and National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins plan to warn about the consequences of a potential federal government shutdown. 55 more words


I have cancer, but I've learned to live with it

The last time someone reminded me I have cancer was at a funeral. A woman I barely knew walked up to me, arms open wide. “Whitney, you look so good!” she said, fawning over me and assuring me that I was on her church’s prayer chain. 1,804 more words


Study suggests getting blood pressure even lower saves lives

WASHINGTON – Aiming lower saves more lives when it comes to controlling high blood pressure, says a major new study that could spur doctors to more aggressively treat patients over 50. 672 more words


Palliative Care for Children

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the primary federal agency that conducts basic and clinical medical research as well as inquiries into the causes and treatment of diseases. 214 more words

Palliative Care

Dr. Ron Davis Debunks NIH Claims Of Fairness

The latest post from MEAdvocacy.org starts off with the title and first paragraph:

“Dr. Davis Debunks NIH’s Claims of Fairness”

Posted by Tracy Smith, Sept. 3, 2015… 485 more words