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Positive parenting | Flu vaccine skin patch | Loud noises | Mosquito research | Probiotic study

Positive parenting | Flu vaccine skin patch | Loud noises | Mosquito research | Probiotic study

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Thursday, September 14, 2017


Positive Parenting

A father and mother playing baseball with their son.

Being sensitive and responsive to your kids can help you build positive, healthy relationships. Get tips for connecting with your kids. (From NIH News in Health)  


Testing a Skin Patch for Flu Vaccine

A doctor applying a dissolving microneedle patch to a patient's hand.

The best way to protect yourself from catching the flu is to get a flu vaccine every year. Researchers are developing a skin patch to make it easier. (From NIH News in Health)


How Loud Is Too Loud?

A teenage boy plugging his ears.

Being around too much loud noise can make you lose your hearing. See how loud different sounds are and get tips for safe listening. (From NIH’s NIDCD)


Controlling Mosquito-Borne Diseases

A mosquito.

Watch a video about NIH-funded research to control mosquitoes, as well as to develop vaccines and treatments for the diseases they carry. (From NIH’s NIAID)


Probiotic Prevents Infant Infections in Rural India

An Indian mother kissing her baby's cheek.

A formulation of beneficial bacteria, or probiotic, reduced the risk of certain infections in a large study of newborns in rural India. (From NIH Research Matters)

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Dr. Collins speaks to Diane Rehm about how gene editing, regenerative medicine, and immunotherapy may lead to cures | National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Dr. Collins speaks to Diane Rehm about how gene editing, regenerative medicine, and immunotherapy may lead to cures | National Institutes of Health (NIH)

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On Diane Rehm’s podcast On My Mind, Dr. Collins discusses gene editing, regenerative medicine, and immunotherapy. He then explains how advances in these areas could lead to discovering cures for deadly diseases.