Yoga, slug adhesion, childhood cancer, and health risks

Yoga May Ease Low Back Pain

Hands unrolling a yoga mat.

Researchers find that gentle yoga may help relieve long-lasting low back pain. (From NIH News in Health)

Childhood Cancer 101   

A child and mother consulting with a doctor.

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Check out these resources about the common types of cancer in kids. Parents can find coping tips. (From NIH’s NCI)

What Are Your Health Risks?

A yellow triangular sign warning to keep out, unstable cliff.

News reports warn about food poisoning, Zika, shark attacks, and more. Get NIH’s free infographic to help put health risks into perspective. (From NIH News in Health)

Did You Lose Something?

A young man inspecting his receding hairline in the mirror.

Many people have learned to manage hair loss. Take care of your remaining hair and yourself with these tips. (From NIH News in Health)

Medical Glue Inspired by Sticky Slug Goo

The Dusky Arion slug.

After studying a sticky glue made by a slug, researchers designed a strong medical adhesive. It works even on wet surfaces. (From NIH Research Matters)

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