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Early screenings may be key to helping adults with disabilities, especially those at higher risk for cardiometabolic diseases, depressive symptoms, and sleep disorders.
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nichd_nih Dec 3
highlights high-risk pregnancy and research to reduce the risks.
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NLM Dec 3
researcher, Dr. Nahida Chakhtoura, enhances research on genomic, nutritional, social, and behavioral by utilizing emerging technologies, like to help inform efforts and reduce . Read more:
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nichd_nih Dec 3
's National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research shares the grace and beauty of in this dance troupe embracing visibility:
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nichd_nih Dec 3
Don’t miss this opportunity to inform future research! is asking for public comments on its Strategic Plan for COVID-19 Research by 12/7. Review the plan and submit your feedback today.
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nichd_nih Dec 3
marks the 30th anniversary of the National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research, and 30 years of progress in medical rehabilitation. Read about the impact on millions of Americans with disabilities.
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nichd_nih Dec 3
Everyone has a role in the effort to . Find out how you can participate in for prevention & treatment, and how to donate blood and plasma if you’ve recovered from the virus.
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U.S. Surgeon General Dec 3
A women dies every 12 hours from pregnancy-related complications in the U.S. Most of these deaths are preventable..
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U.S. Surgeon General Dec 3
Replying to @HHSGov
As a husband, father, son, and the Nation’s Doctor, the health of America’s mothers means everything to me. Learn more about the steps & organizations are taking to improve maternal health.
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nichd_nih Dec 3
's marks highlighting the 30th anniversary of our National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research:
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nichd_nih Dec 3
OB/GYNs & pediatricians: DYK? Postpartum depression can persist for up to 3 years. Screening beyond 6 months post-childbirth may be beneficial.
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nichd_nih Dec 3
A mom or mom-to-be dies every 12 hrs from pregnancy-related complications. stands w/ & as they release their landmark Action Plan, partnership & Call to Action to Improve Maternal Health for all :
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U.S. Surgeon General Dec 3
Replying to @CDCgov
U.S. maternal mortality rates and deaths are unacceptable, but they are NOT inevitable. says 2/3rds are preventable. Let’s all commit to “hear her,” and turnaround this maternal health crisis.
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HHS.gov Dec 3
LIVE: HHS and outline new plans and a partnership to reduce U.S. pregnancy-related deaths and improve maternal health.
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nichd_nih Dec 2
is hiring! The Division of seeks a tenure-track investigator in developmental biology. Apply today!
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nichd_nih Dec 2
Do you have questions about ’s grant system? Wondering how to negotiate a job in academic medicine? Check out ’s free online curriculum aimed at supporting career development among clinician-scientists.
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NIH Dec 2
Find Phase 2 & 3 prevention and treatment as well as info on plasma & blood donation on the web portal. Join the effort to find safe & effective vaccines and treatments!
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Bente Mikkelsen Dec 2
Rehabilitation is an essential health service.
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Alarcos Cieza Dec 2
Policy makers must prioritize rehabilitation services and their integration in primary health care. This is the only way to reach the estimated 2.4 billion people living with a health condition that would benefit from rehabilitation.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Dec 2
1 in 3 people are living with a health condition that would benefit from rehabilitation. This profound need far outweighs the number of rehabilitation services currently available worldwide. It is time to act to achieve 👉
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