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Displaying items by tag: Stroke

A common drug used to treat type 2 diabetes may reverse the thickening of heart muscle that leads to cardiovascular disease, scientists at the University of Dundee have found.

Published in Health

The Stroke Foundation has launched a ‘world-first’ online platform aimed at empowering health professionals to deliver high quality, best practice stroke care.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 20:05

Aussie technology plays part in recovery from stroke

Technology developed by Australian critical infrastructure management solutions vendor Opengear is successfully allowing remote maintenance of hospital-based robots worldwide to aide the recovery of stroke patients.

Sunday, 18 July 2010 23:14

1 hour after drinking doubles stroke risk

A U.S. study published in July 2010 shows that the risk of stroke increases by over double in the hour after taking a drink of alcohol, even though light to moderate drinking has been shown, overall, to decrease the risk.

Published in Health
According to a U.S. study, a glass of 100% fruit juice every day can lower your risk from several diseases, along with helping you lose weight. Juices involving oranges, bananas, and other such fruits help to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Published in Health
A team of University of Michigan researchers found that the closer you live to fast-food joints, the higher your risk for strokes. Maybe it’s time to move from French Fry Lane!

Published in Health
Wednesday, 13 August 2008 19:13

A stroke of luck: Five ways to beat a stroke

A team of Massachusetts researchers found five healthy ways to cut the risk of strokes. Follow all five of these healthy lifestyle factors and you could reduce your chance of a stroke by up to 80%.

Published in Health
A new U.S. study shows that postmenopausal women had increased risk of strokes if they sleep less than six hours a night or more than nine hours.

Published in Health
Researchers at the Columbia University Medical Center indicated on March 13, 2008 that they have discovered a molecular pathway in the brain that links Alzheimer’s disease and stroke.

Published in Biology




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