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Guard against heart attacks

...her NSAIDs //in the prevention of acute myocardial infarctions (AMI), or heart attacks, in older patients. The study evaluated all patients in Quebec over age 65 who had been hospitalized between 1995 and 1998 for a heart attack. Researchers found naproxen had a protective effect against AMI when compared with ...

Link Between Alcohol and Decrease in Brain Size

...nsistent link was found between alcohol intake and infarctions or white matter lesions. Researchers of the study, say they studied a younger, middle-aged population and found that low amounts of alcohol consumption are also associated with decreases in brain size. They say their findings do not support the hypo...

Decrease in Brain Size Linked To Alcohol Consumption

...nsistent link was found between alcohol intake and infarctions or white matter lesions. Researchers of the study, say they studied a younger, middle-aged population and found that low amounts of alcohol consumption are also associated with decreases in brain size. They say their findings do not support the hypo...

New Technique To Test Stem Cells That Heal The Heart

...y, researchers surgically induced acute myocardial infarctions in seven dogs, six of which later received canine mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) labeled with a radioactive tracer and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agent to enhance image quality. Both the tracer and contrast agent are widely used in rese...

Growth Factor Aids in Regeneration of Heart Blood Vessel

...ffering from ischemic heart disease and myocardial infarctions and offer an alternative to invasive procedures like surgery or angioplasty. About 12 percent of heart patients are not eligible for bypass surgery, which redirects blood around clogged arteries, or for other procedures routinely used to open clogg...

The connection between strokes and the internal clock

...tributed this difference to the impact of cerebral infarctions in which stroke onset happened during sleep; 20% of the cases showed an occurrence during sleep- during the time of waking up from sleep, with only 10% of hemorrhagic strokes occurring in the midst of sleep....

Incidence of Stroke on Decline Over Last 50 Years

...ence of clinical stroke and atherothrombotic brain infarctions (ABI) in participants age 55 to 94 years decreased over the 3 periods. The incidence of clinical stroke decreased significantly. Across the 3 periods, the lifetime risk of clinical stroke (by age 90 years) decreased from 19.5 percent to 14.5 percent ...

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