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7/11/2014

"Mississippi Baby" Now Has Detectable HIV, Researchers Find
The child known as the “Mississippi baby”—an infant seemingly cured of HIV that was reported as a case study of a prolonged remission of HIV infection in The New England Journal of Medicine last fall—now has detectable levels of HIV after more than two years of not taking antiretroviral therapy without evidence of virus, according to the pediatric HIV specialist and researchers involved in the case. 

5/8/2014

Podcast on Women’s Health: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going
Drs. Alan Guttmacher and Janine Clayton discuss past advances in women’s health research and possible future directions.

2/24/2014

Un estudio de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud (NIH) revela que los jóvenes nacidos con VIH pueden tener un mayor riesgo de enfermedad cardíaca
Casi la mitad de los adolescentes que han tenido VIH desde su nacimiento puede estar en mayor riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, incluyendo ataques al corazón y derrames cerebrales más adelante en sus vidas, según un estudio de la red de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud.

2/24/2014

Youth born with HIV may have higher heart disease risk, NIH network study shows
Nearly half of adolescents who have had HIV since birth may be at increased risk for cardiovascular disease — including heart attack and stroke — later in life, according to a National Institutes of Health network study.

2/18/2014

The NICHD Continues the Fight to Eliminate Prenatal and Infant Infections
In February 1994, a study showed that an anti-HIV drug could reduce the transmission of HIV from mothers to their newborn infants. Twenty years later, the NICHD continues its research efforts to find even more effective ways to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV and other infections.

1/23/2014

NIH research network finds many youth have high levels of HIV
More than 30 percent of young males who had sex with other males and who were subsequently enrolled in a government treatment and research network were found to have high levels of HIV, reported researchers from the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.

1/23/2014

Una investigación de los Institutos Nacionales de Salud (NIH) revela que muchos jóvenes tienen altos niveles de VIH
Más del 30 por ciento de los hombres jóvenes que tuvieron relaciones sexuales con otros hombres y que posteriormente se inscribieron en una red de tratamiento e investigación del gobierno tenían altos niveles de VIH, informaron los investigadores de los Institutos Nacionales de Salud y otras instituciones.

11/29/2013

World AIDS Day 2013: Focus on Adolescents and Young Adults
The NICHD joins the world community in celebrating the accomplishments to date in reducing and eliminating HIV/AIDS worldwide, with a focus on efforts related to enabling a new AIDS-free generation of teens and young adults.

11/12/2013

Picture This: NICHD Support for Neuroscience Research
This week, thousands of neuroscientists from around the world—many of them supported by the NICHD and other NIH Institutes and Centers—are gathering at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. This Spotlight highlights the diverse areas of neuroscience research that the NICHD supports.

8/29/2013

Aumento del riesgo de déficits neurológicos y cognitivos en jóvenes con VIH
Más del 65 por ciento de los jóvenes infectados con VIH sufrían un deterioro leve a moderado de las habilidades de motricidad fina, la memoria y otras habilidades cognitivas, aunque no lo suficiente como para afectar el funcionamiento cotidiano de la mayor parte de ellos, de acuerdo con el estudio de la red de los Institutos Nacionales de Salud.

8/29/2013

Increased risk of neurological, cognitive deficits in youth with HIV
More than 65 percent of HIV-infected youth had mild to moderate impairments in fine-motor skills, memory, and other cognitive skills, although not enough to affect day-to-day functioning for most, according to a National Institutes of Health network study.

8/16/2013

Anti-HIV drugs may protect against puberty delays in HIV-infected children
For children who have been HIV-infected since birth, current anti-HIV drug regimens may protect against the delays in puberty that had been seen in HIV-infected children taking older regimens, according to researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health.

8/16/2013

Los fármacos anti-VIH podrían proteger a los niños infectados con VIH de la pubertad tardía
En los casos de niños infectados por el VIH desde su nacimiento, los tratamientos de fármacos contra el VIH que se utilizan hoy en día pueden proteger contra la pubertad tardía que se había presentado en los niños infectados por el VIH sometidos a los tratamientos médicos más antiguos, de acuerdo con los investigadores financiados por los Institutos Nacionales de Salud.

8/9/2013

National Breastfeeding Month and NICHD Research
Breastfeeding provides important health benefits to both mothers and babies. During National Breastfeeding Month, the NICHD highlights some of its breastfeeding research.

8/2/2013

Getting the Facts on PHACS, the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study
Treatment with antiretroviral drugs has nearly eliminated mother-to-child transmission of HIV in the United States. But what are the effects of early treatment with those powerful drugs? What is the course of the disease in infants who become infected? PHACS is uncovering the answers to these important questions.

7/18/2013

Anti-HIV drugs in pregnancy not linked to children’s language delays
The combinations of anti-HIV drugs recommended for pregnant women do not appear in general to increase their children’s risk for language delay, according to a study from a National Institutes of Health research network.

5/22/2013

2012 Division of Intramural Research (DIR) Annual Report
One of the largest intramural divisions within the NIH, the NICHD’s DIR studies a diverse range of topics from molecular and cellular processes, to developmental endocrinology and genetics, to obstetric and perinatal research, to pediatric imaging. These and other research areas are the focus of the 2012 DIR Annual Report.

4/22/2013

Anti-HIV therapy appears to protect children’s hearts, NIH network study shows
For children who have had HIV-1 infection since birth, the combination drug therapies now used to treat HIV appear to protect against the heart damage seen before combination therapies were available, according to researchers in a National Institutes of Health network study.

4/16/2013

Harnessing Research to Combat Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
STDs and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have affected health and human relationships throughout history. For STD Awareness Month this April, the NICHD highlights some of its research efforts related to STDs and STIs.

3/5/2013

Toddler ‘Functionally Cured’ of HIV Infection, NIH-Supported Investigators Report
A two-year-old child born with HIV infection and treated with antiretroviral drugs beginning in the first days of life no longer has detectable levels of virus using conventional testing despite not taking HIV medication for 10 months, according to findings presented today at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Atlanta.
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