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The Best Way to Stoke Your Valentine's Fire: Don't Light Up

Over 60-Percent of Men With Erectile Dysfunction Are Smokers NEW YORK, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While smoking may boost a man's image and attractiveness, it does the exact opposite when he reaches the moment to live up to expectations. According to recent studies, 60-percent ...

Job Burn Out May Stoke Up Diabetes

Now, there is one more impact of a job burn out. Apart from it affecting productivity in one's job, it could also stir up a host of ailments, say Scientists. //This study supports the various academic endeavors which has shown that stress at work can contribute to high blood pressure, metabolic syn...

Blunder Leaves Smoking Ban Up in Smoke in Stoke

Smokers can merrily puff away without fear of prosecution in one English city's pubs because officials failed to introduce powers to impose a national ban, the local council admitted Wednesday . Stoke-on-Trent has been dubbed "Smoke-on-Trent" as cigarette addicts can spark up knowing that b...

Need More And Better Drugs To Tackle Stoke

Stroke is one of the common causes of death among the Americans. Nearly 500000 people suffer the first stroke and 200000 suffer from recurrent attack of stroke. Though it has been a major cause of death doctors are prescribing the same drug that was discovered ten years ago. //There has not been an...

Study in Nature: MicroRNAs hold promise for treating diseases in blood vessels

...th the vessel as it attempts, by growing, to remain open to blood flow despite fatty deposits and inflammation. If these efforts fail, heart attack or stoke may occur. Each time a vessel grows to avoid a clog, the VSMC surrounding it must grow too by reverting to their high-growth precursor form. Once a ve...

Dual treatment for stroke leads to improved recovery rates, reduced mortality

... Adnan I. Qureshi, M.D., executive director of the stoke Initiative and Center at the University of Minneso...ation of specialized stroke centers or designated stoke hospitals for patients who have suffered a stoke so they can receive better care. ...

Silence the Sleep Apnea "Snorechestra" to Fight Heart Disease, From the Harvard Heart Letter

...es up the same stress hormones that go into overdrive when you are angry or frightened. They make the heart beat faster and boost blood pressure. They stoke inflammation, a key player in heart disease. They can damage blood vessels and increase the blood’s tendency to clot, a root cause of heart atta...

Leukemia drug could save lives of stroke patients

...h stroke patients in Sweden confirms the findings of the present study, there is great promise that imatinib or similar drugs could be administered to stoke patients to increase the therapeutic window of tPA. The basis for this novel proposal is the key growth factor PDGF-CC, which has now been discove...

mtvU & Kaiser Family Foundation Launch POSorNOT.com to Challenge Stigma, Fight Spread of HIV/AIDS

... look or what they do. Several of the most requested acts on college campuses and major pop culture figures are also lending their efforts to help stoke the online viral spread of "Pos or Not," including Wyclef Jean, Fall Out Boy, Will.i.am, Alyssa Milano, Say Anything, Perez Hilton, Angels & Airwaves,...

Many stroke, heart attack patients may not benefit from aspirin

...ion, and their hypertension and lipid levels tend to be extremely well controlled. The study also found that the younger the patient when the first stoke or heart attack occurs, the higher the risk of being aspirin resistant. You can think about that in a couple ways, noted Gengo. If you have a str...
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NeuroVasx, Inc. Announces $8.5 Million Private Placement and Completion of cPAX Aneurysm Treatment Study

...sm Treatment System in a clinical study which was completed in May. The company intends to announce the results of the study at the 2008 International stoke Conference in February. "We are very pleased with the results we achieved in our clinical study. The long term follow-up data further supports the c...
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'Stroke Belt' deaths tied to non-traditional risk factors

...North and South Carolina and Tennessee. After factoring in age, race and sex-related factors, the predicted stroke risk was only slightly higher in stoke Belt states compared to other regions (10.7 percent versus 10.1 percent), said George Howard, Dr.PH., professor of biostatistics in UAB's School of Pu...

Meeting to highlight health impacts of smell and taste

...of taste. Studies on sweet taste receptors are providing new evidence for biological factors that raise or lower sensitivity to sweet tastes and might stoke desire for cookies, cake, ice cream and other sweet treats. In this symposium, Steven Munger, Ph.D., of the University of Maryland School of Medicine,...
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Business Plan Contest Has Good Model

...d. Well see how things go with the state budget, Doyle joked at the conference. On a more serious note, Doyle said one of his priorities is to stoke the coals in our economic fire. We need to match researchers with business energy, ideas with capital, and plans with action, Doyle told entrepren...

WTN exclusive interview with Commerce Secretary Cory Nettles (part 1)

...ation, which is the major economic tool that exists at a local level. Its the tool local communities have in their arsenal to be positioned to kind of stoke the economic development inverse in their communities. So weve had several initiatives. I sit down very often with Gov. Doyle at the table with bus...
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