Recently the Senate Appropriations Committee approved their version of the FY2014 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education appropriations bill on a party line vote. Overall the bill provided for $164.3 billion in discretionary spending for the US Department of Health and Human Services, Labor and Education, which is $7.8 billion above the FY2013 funding level BEFORE the sequester.
For the NIH, the bill provided for $31 billion in FY2014, which would restore the sequester cuts, and is above the level requested by the President in his budget. The bill provided $1.33 billion for the NICHD for FY2014.
The summary of the bill from the committee can be found the Senate Appropriations Committee website.