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Patch Helps Mend Damaged Hearts

Study finds it promotes growth of healthy tissue after heart attack WEDNESDAY, July 30 (HealthDay News) -- A mesh patch designed to regenerate cardiac muscle damaged by a heart attack or heart failure has done well in animal studies and preliminary human trials. The patch is made of...

Men and Women with History of Concussion Mend Differently, Study Finds

Concussion Treatment Needs to be More Individualized, Authors Urge Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) July 10, 2008 -- Female soccer players and soccer players who have had a previous concussion recuperate differently from males or players without a history of concussion, new res...

Men and women with history of concussion mend differently, study finds

ORLANDO, Florida Female soccer players and soccer players who have had a previous concussion recuperate differently from males or players without a history of concussion, new research released today at the 2008 American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting at the JW Marriott Orl...

Bones mend faster without marrow

COULD you strengthen bones and speed up recovery after fractures and breaks simply by removing some bone marrow with a syringe? A new study in rats suggests that the technique could kick-start rapid self-healing in weakened or fractured bones, if followed up with injections of a bone growth hormo...

Scientists move towards stem cell therapy trials to mend shattered bones

The UK Stem Cell Foundation, the Medical Research Council and Scottish Enterprise, in partnership with the Chief Scientists Office, are funding a 1.4 million project to further the research at the University of Edinburgh with a view to setting up a clinical trial within two years. The initiativ...

MEN as Partners to MEND Maternal Health A World Population Day Initiative

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function." --Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Colorado From time immemorial, the human male has exuded raw power and supremacy over the female. The animal k...

Surgeons in India to Mend ‘Pakistani Hearts’ by treating 70 Childrn

Mumbai, Sep 18 India and Pakistan maybe daggers drawn on many issues, however one issue that is likely// to win many friends include the treatment in India of 70 poor Pakistani children later this month for heart treatment. This one gesture is likely to pave path towards many more similar ges...

Stories to Promote Health and Enhance Lives

...icago's diverse population a voice in matters affecting their use of health care," explained Janecek. "The open discussion format is designed to help mend the disparity between the wealth of health care resources available and people who are actually aware of them." Ms. Janecek, a nationally known healt...

Women's Health - An Intimate Discussion

...icago's diverse population a voice in matters affecting their use of health care," explained Janecek. "The open discussion format is designed to help mend the disparity between the wealth of health care resources available and people who are actually aware of them." Ms. Janecek, a nationally known healt...

The Consumer's Role in Medication Safety -- An Interactive Discussion with a Pharmacist on Live TV

...icago's diverse population a voice in matters affecting their use of health care," explained Janecek. "The open discussion format is designed to help mend the disparity between the wealth of health care resources available and people who are actually aware of them." Ms. Janecek, a nationally known healt...

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Award for pioneering stem cell research to mend broken bones

Funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) could lead to the development of new and better treatments for broken bones and other orthopaedic problems associated with ageing. Nearly 4M has been awarded to scientists from the universities of Keele, Imperial Co...

How fish mend a broken heart

New evidence to explain how a common tropical fish mends a broken heart may suggest methods for coaxing the damaged hearts of mammals to better heal, researchers report in the November 3, 2006 issue of Cell, published by Cell Press. The researchers found that the hearts of zebrafish harbor progen...

UT to develop fracture putty for traumatic leg injuries

...t The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston are leading a multi-institution initiative to produce a bio-compatible compound designed to mend serious leg fractures. The researchers have been awarded $5.2 million in initial funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop "fracture p...

UC Davis discovery offers hope for treating kidney cancer

... the recombinant protein p21. Additional tests showed that three of those compounds decreased p21 expression, blocking kidney cancer cells' ability to mend and making them more responsive to DNA-damaging treatments. "The results are very exciting, especially given how difficult kidney cancer has so far...

Building the blood-brain barrier

... vitro increasing Wnt signaling also strengthened junctions between non-brain endothelial cells. This suggests that Wnt signaling might be tweaked to mend the BBBs in patients where it has failedsuch as in strokeor to temporarily open the BBB to deliver drugs that would normally be shut out. ...

Scientists identify the genes that cause blindness produced by corneal edema

...ossible to use eye drops which provide the ions involved or even the possibility of modifying the affected genes by means of gene therapy, which could mend or palliate some of these alterations. ...

Yale receives $8.4 million to study DNA repair in cancer cells

... New Haven, Conn.Yale School of Medicine researchers have received $8.4 million to study how cancer cells mend their own chromosomes and DNA after damage caused by radiation and chemotherapy. The study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is th...

Pollution threatens coral health by preventing lesions from healing, UCF study shows

... Coral tissue damage that normally heals on its own will not mend when the colonies are near pollution sources on land that release industrial chemicals, fuel oils and other contaminants, a University of Central Flor...
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Micrus Endovascular to Webcast Fiscal 2007 Annual Meeting of Stockholders

... SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Micrus Endovascular Corporation (Nasdaq: mend ) today announced that its fiscal 2007 Annual Meeting of Stockholders will be broadcast live over the Internet on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 12:0...

Cities unsure about voter registration software

...ties during two busy forthcoming elections, but it appears to be working better in some than in others. As the Wisconsin Elections Board works to mend the kinks in the SVRS project, missed deadlines, recurring delays and escalating costs have intensified criticisms leveled against Executive Director ...
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