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Young women who survive cardiovascular event have long-term risks
Young women who survive a heart attack or stroke still face long-term risks of death and illness, according to an article published online by JAMA Internal Medicine. (2015-11-23)
Speaking multiple languages linked to better cognitive functions after stroke
Bilingual patients were twice as likely as those who spoke one language to have normal cognitive function after a stroke. (2015-11-19)
African-Americans with depression more likely to have strokes, heart attack
Major depressive symptoms -- perceived stress, neuroticism, life dissatisfaction -- are associated with nearly twice the increased risk of stroke and coronary heart disease among African-Americans. (2015-11-17)
Recognizing the basic structure of language is not unique to the human brain
A team led at Newcastle University, UK, has shed light on the evolutionary roots of language in the brain. (2015-11-17)
New study finds testosterone replacement therapy does not increase heart risk
A new study of generally healthy men who used testosterone replacement therapy to normalize testosterone levels has found that taking supplemental testosterone does not increase their risk of experiencing a heart attack or stroke. (2015-11-09)
AHA names Barbara Riegel, PhD, FAHA, FAAN, a 2015 Distinguished Scientist
The American Heart Association has named Penn Nursing's Barbara Riegel, PhD, FAHA, FAAN, professor of Nursing, the Edith Clemmer Steinbright Chair of Gerontology and director of the Biobehavioral Research Center, a 2015 Distinguished Scientist. (2015-11-09)
Screening a silent killer cuts risk of stroke and death: JAMA opinion
Screening for asymptomatic atrial fibrillation in people aged 65 and over and treating it with anticoagulant medications could greatly reduce the risk of stroke and premature death, say cardiologists in today's Journal of the American Medical Association. (2015-11-08)
Bang for the buck in stroke prevention: U-M study compares new & old drugs
When it comes to preventing stroke, millions of Americans with irregular heartbeats face a choice: Take one of the powerful but pricey new pills they see advertised on TV, or a much cheaper 60-year-old drug can be a hassle to take, and doesn't prevent stroke as well. (2015-11-06)
BMJ partners with Chinese Stroke Association on new open-access journal
Global health-care knowledge provider BMJ has partnered with the Chinese Stroke Association to produce a new open-access journal, Stroke and Vascular Neurology, the company has announced. (2015-11-06)
Edoxaban: Considerable added benefit for certain patients
Stroke, bleeding and side effects are less common in adults with atrial fibrillation who take edoxaban for prevention. (2015-11-05)
Pennsylvania researchers and innovators granted $4.34 million by American Heart Association
The AHA is proud to award outstanding achievements and innovation in the Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware region with $4.34 million in research grants. (2015-11-04)
Righting a wrong? Right side of brain can compensate for post-stroke loss of speech
After a debate that has lasted more than 130 years, researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center have found that loss of speech from a stroke in the left hemisphere of the brain can be recovered on the back, right side of the brain. (2015-11-03)
Endovascular intervention compared to standard treatment for stroke
In a meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, an endovascular intervention (such as use of a very small catheter to remove a blood clot) compared to standard medical care (administration of a clot dissolving agent) was associated with improved functional outcomes and higher rates of functional independence at 90 days, but no significant difference in symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage (bleeding in the brain) or all-cause mortality, according to a study in the Nov. (2015-11-03)
Prevent stroke and disability with healthy lifestyle
Prevent stroke and disability with a healthy lifestyle, Europe's top heart doctors urged on World Stroke Day today. (2015-10-28)
Three-quarters of stroke patients in China have hypertension
Three-quarters of stroke patients in China have hypertension, reveals research presented at the 26th Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology by Dr. (2015-10-28)
Scientists identify main component of brain repair after stroke
Looking at brain tissue from mice, monkeys and humans, scientists have found that a molecule known as growth and differentiation factor 10 is a key player in repair mechanisms following stroke. (2015-10-28)
Decreases seen in leading causes of death
An analysis of deaths in the United States between 1969 and 2013 finds an overall decreasing trend in the age-standardized death rate for all causes combined and for heart disease, cancer, stroke, unintentional injuries, and diabetes, although the rate of decrease appears to have slowed for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, according to a study in the Oct. (2015-10-27)
Discovery could lead to better recovery after stroke
UCLA researchers have identified a molecule that, after a stroke, signals brain tissue to form new connections to compensate for the damage and initiate repairs to the brain. (2015-10-26)
Researchers study differences in ischemic stroke in marijuana users
A new study found strokes in young adults who use marijuana are more likely to be caused by stenosis, narrowing of the arteries, in the skull than strokes in non-users. (2015-10-26)
Treatment outcomes of brain hemorrhage after thrombolysis for stroke
Treating brain hemorrhage (symptomatic intracerebral hemorrhage, sICH) after clot-busting thrombolysis for stroke was not associated with a reduced likelihood of in-hospital death or expansion of the hematoma but shortening time to diagnosis and treatment may be key to improving outcomes, according to an article published online by JAMA Neurology. (2015-10-26)
Antidepressants and Alzheimer's disease drugs might boost recovery in stroke patients
Evidence is mounting that drugs used to treat depression and Alzheimer's disease also can help patients recover from strokes. (2015-10-21)
Researchers find AKI a predictor of higher mortality rates for stroke patients
A University of Cincinnati researcher, in collaboration with other investigators, has found that ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients who suffer from acute kidney injury requiring dialysis have higher death rates and greater odds of entering long-term care or nursing facilities after hospitalization. (2015-10-20)
Pacemakers identify atrial fibrillation and enable initiation of stroke prevention
Pacemakers identify atrial fibrillation and enable initiation of anticoagulation to prevent strokes, according to research presented today at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2015 by Dr. (2015-10-17)
New Jersey researchers use neuroimaging to explore reading deficits after left stroke
Researchers at Kessler Foundation and Rutgers University correlated neuroimaging data with reading deficits in patients with subacute left hemispheric stroke. (2015-10-16)
Study finds many AFib patients are not properly assessed for stroke and bleeding risks
In a new study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, researchers found that primary care physicians were often under- or over-estimating stroke and/or bleeding risk in patients with atrial fibrillation, in part because they failed to utilize guideline-recommended risk scoring approaches in one-half and three-quarters of their patients, respectively. (2015-10-15)
Can work stress be linked to stroke?
Having a high stress job may be linked to a higher risk of stroke, according to an analysis of several studies. (2015-10-14)
Study ties restless legs syndrome to heart, kidney problems
A database study of Veterans found that those with restless legs syndrome are at higher risk for stroke, heart and kidney disease, and earlier death. (2015-10-08)
'Psychic robot' will know what you really meant to do
Bioengineers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have developed a mathematical algorithm that can 'see' your intention while performing an ordinary action like reaching for a cup or driving straight up a road -- even if the action is interrupted. (2015-10-07)
What's in store 5 decades following childhood-onset epilepsy?
A 45-year study of 179 individuals with childhood-onset epilepsy indicates that patients' long-term health is excellent, with most attaining 10-year remission off medications, which is the definition of resolved epilepsy. (2015-10-05)
Blood clots may complicate aortic valve replacements
Heart valve replacements made from tissue (bioprosthetic valves) have long been thought to be spared the complication of blood clot formation. (2015-10-05)
SIR 2016 Registration open: Innovation, research, technology merge to improve patient care
Online registration is open for the Society of Interventional Radiology's (SIR) 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting. (2015-10-01)
Colds, flu may temporarily increase stroke risk in kids
Stroke is very rare in children, but colds, flu and other minor infections may temporarily increase stroke risk in children, according to a study published in the Sept. (2015-09-30)
Strokes in children linked to infections, inadequate vaccinations
Children who have suffered recent infections or have not received most or all of their vaccinations are at a higher risk for stroke. (2015-09-30)
Kessler researchers link spatial neglect after stroke with poor outcomes
Using the Kessler Foundation Neglect Assessment Process, Kessler researchers found a high rate of spatial neglect among inpatients with stroke. (2015-09-28)
Early testing can predict the stroke patients who will develop upper limb spasticity
Many stroke patients suffer from spasticity of the arm that cause pain and impaired sensorimotor function. (2015-09-23)
Risk of stroke at time of carotid occlusion
Preventing carotid artery occlusion (blockage) may not be a valid indication for stenting because the risk of progression to occlusion appears to be below the risk of carotid stenting or endarterectomy (surgical removal of plaque from an artery), according to an article published online by JAMA Neurology. (2015-09-21)
Birth control pills pose small but significant stroke risk
Birth control pills cause a small but significant increase in the risk of the most common type of stroke, according to a comprehensive report in the journal MedLink Neurology. (2015-09-18)
Personal profile, not neighborhood factors, determines who calls EMS for stroke
A study published online yesterday in Annals of Emergency Medicine found that neighborhood characteristics like poverty, the number of older adults living in the area and violent crime matter much less than stroke severity when it comes to seeking prompt treatment for stroke ('Neighborhood Influences on Emergency Medicine Services Use for Acute Stroke - A Population-Based Cross Sectional Study'). (2015-09-18)
Loyola stroke specialist honored by American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
Loyola University Medical Center stroke specialist Jose Biller, M.D. is among four Hispanic leaders being recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for their contributions to improving the health and well-being of multicultural communities. (2015-09-17)
Spleen may provide new target for treating stroke's debilitating chronic inflammation
Stroke injures the brain, but a new University of South Florida study indicates an abdominal organ that plays a vital role in immune function, the spleen, may be a target for treating stroke-induced chronic inflammation leading to further brain cell death. (2015-09-15)
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