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The NIHSS test focuses most of its items on the language abilities of the patient (7 of possible 42 points). So people whose stroke affects the left hemisphere (98 percent of people have their language abilities housed in the left hemisphere) tend to have higher scores than those whose stroke happened in the right hemisphere. This is why the NIHSS is better at predicting outcomes for patients with left hemisphere-centered strokes, rather than right-hemisphere ones.

The NIH Stroke Scale is a widely used tool built to assess the cognitive effects of a stroke. Learn how the NIHSS Score is used, its importance, and more.


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Nath Digs Deeper Into Big NIH ME/CFS Study: Warns of Push Back by Cort Johnson | Apr 24, 2016 --- Cort summarises the plans the NIH have made for their big intramural (internal) ME/CFS study

The Solve ME/CFS Initiative’s webinar with Dr. Avindra Nath revealed again what an extraordinary study the NIH intramural study at its Clinical Center is. The Webinar started off with Dr. Nath stating that it was “such a pleasure” to talk to the chronic fatigue syndrome community, and that he was […]

An oldie but a goodie - Article from NIH about foot health.

Your feet are pretty small, considering they have to support the entire height and weight of your body. But they can cause big problems. So take steps to keep your feet healthy!

See Rare Footage of FDR Speaking at the National Institute of Health | History | Smithsonian

Right before being elected to a third term, F.D.R. spoke at N.I.H. about preparedness for war and the need to research deadly diseases