By Grace Bellinger, NPHR Blog Editor
- Study in China suggests that gaining too much or too little weight during pregnancy may affect the child’s heart health.
- Experts find that latent tuberculosis infections rarely become active and the claim that a quarter of the global population carries dormant tuberculosis is an exaggeration.
- Northwestern Medicine scientists find that brain anatomy and psychological characteristics can be used to predict which chronic pain patients will respond to placebo pills.
- Northwestern Medicine clinical trial shows that a behavioral intervention program can reduce the sexual risk for HIV infection among young transgender women.