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Brain shown to recover some blood flow after minor stroke
In an animal study, researchers demonstrated that new blood vessels can grow in the area of the brain damaged after a minor stroke, according to a study in the September issue of Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association. (2001-09-06)
Hormone linked to high blood pressure and blood vessel disease in African-Americans
Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee have linked higher levels of the hormone aldosterone to high blood pressure and blood vessel disease in African-Americans. (2009-02-16)
Comedy films boost blood flow to the heart
Watching comedy films boosts blood flow to the heart, finds a small study in the journal Heart. (2006-01-16)
Blood Vessel Troubles May Lead To High Blood Pressure
Blood vessel abnormalities that disrupt normal blood flow may contribute to high blood pressure, according to a study at Johns Hopkins and Veteran's General Hospital in Taiwan. (1996-11-14)
New technique for measuring blood flow to brain in babies
Authors of a research letter in this week's issue of The Lancet describe how an ultrasound technique can be used as a non-invasive way of measuring blood flow to the brain in babies, which may be of benefit to infants with brain disorders arising from restrictions in cerebral blood flow. (2002-11-28)
Brain research to help in fight against cardiovascular disease
Scientists at the University of Liverpool, supported by the British Heart Foundation, are studying blood flow in the brain to further medical understanding of cardiovascular disease. (2005-03-21)
Are cardiac risk factors linked to less blood flow to the brain?
Metabolic syndrome, a term used to describe a combination of risk factors that often lead to heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, seems to be linked to lower blood flow to the brain, according to research by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. (2012-07-18)
Imaging method has potential to stratify head and neck cancer patients
Manchester researchers have identified a potential new way to predict which patients with head and neck cancer may benefit most from chemotherapy. (2015-09-18)
Why do we develop high blood pressure?
Abnormally high blood pressure, or hypertension, may be related to changes in brain activity and blood flow early in life. (2017-03-09)
For the first time, scientists capture very moment blood flow begins
By capturing movies of both the blood and vasculature of zebrafish embryos, each less than two millimeters long, researchers have been able for the first time to see the very moment that blood begins to flow. (2010-06-03)
How blood flow patterns help protect against heart disease
The frictional force and pressure of blood flowing through the heart's main arteries may stimulate cell changes that ultimately protect the body against atherosclerosis, or what's commonly known as (2001-05-13)
St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix offers special test for children with stroke risk
Children's Rehabilitative Services (CRS) at St. Joseph's Children's Health Center in Phoenix is using a special ultrasound to identify the risk for stroke in children who have sickle cell disease. (2006-01-30)
Ready for a close-up: The science behind face massage rollers
Facial massaging using a roller can increase skin blood flow for more than ten minutes after the massage. (2018-11-09)
Squeezing of blood vessels may contribute to cognitive decline in Alzheimer's
Reduced blood flow to the brain associated with early Alzheimer's may be caused by the contraction of cells wrapped around blood vessels, according to a UCL-led study that opens up a new way to potentially treat the disease. (2019-06-20)
Stroke: Researchers shed light on the brain recovery process and new treatment strategies
Dr. Brian MacVicar at the University of British Columbia has recently discovered how two types of cells, called astrocytes and pericytes, work together to regenerate blood flow in the brain areas affected by stroke. (2018-05-16)
Disturbance in blood flow leads to epigenetic changes and atherosclerosis
Disturbed patterns of blood flow induce lasting epigenetic changes to genes in the cells that line blood vessels, and those changes contribute to atherosclerosis, researchers have found. (2014-05-27)
Study finds popular muscle-boosting supplement does not increase blood flow
A Baylor University study has found that a popular nutritional supplement that is marketed to lead to greater muscle strength through increasing blood flow to the muscle does not increase blood flow as claimed on the bottle. (2011-08-10)
Electrical 'switch' in brain's capillary network monitors activity and controls blood flow
New research has uncovered that capillaries have the capacity to both sense brain activity and generate an electrical vasodilatory signal to evoke blood flow and direct nutrients to neurons. (2017-03-24)
Study: Regular exercise at any age might stave off Alzheimer's
Research from the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences was able to demonstrate a positive correlation between fitness and blood flow to areas of the brain where the hallmark tangles and plaques of Alzheimer's disease pathology are usually first detected, indicating a possibility that regular exercise could stave off AD symptoms. (2016-05-16)
Study shows area undamaged by stroke remains so, regardless of time stroke is left untreated
A study led by Achala Vagal, M.D., associate professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and a UC Health radiologist, looked at a group of untreated acute stroke patients and found that there was no evidence of time dependence on damage outcomes for the penumbra, or tissue that is at risk of progressing to dead tissue but is still salvageable if blood flow is returned in a stroke, but rather an association with collateral flow -- or rerouting of blood through clear vessels. (2016-05-25)
Cell-saving drugs could reduce brain damage after stroke
Long-term brain damage caused by stroke could be reduced by saving cells called pericytes that control blood flow in capillaries, reports a new study led by scientists from University College London. (2014-03-26)
New red blood cell simulator invented at Queen Mary
Engineers from Queen Mary, University of London have developed the world's most precise computer simulation of how red blood cells might travel around the body to help doctors treat people with serious circulatory problems. (2013-06-27)
Bloodthirsty brains
South African and Australian researchers calculated how blood flowing to the brain of human ancestors changed over course of time. (2016-08-31)
Viagra risks cut down by one as study finds blood flow in eyes unaffected by sex drive drug
When Viagra was introduced in 1999, the drug's manufacturer warned of a number of visual side effects, including possible nerve damage to the eyes. (2003-01-04)
Study led by MIT Portugal faculty and alumni finds how to increase the survival time of stem cells
A team of researchers from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Coimbra, led by Dr. (2017-11-09)
Successful cardiogenic shock treatment using a percutaneous left ventricular assist device
The Cardiovascular Surgery Group at Osaka University succeeded in minimally invasive treatment of a patient with acute heart failure due to medical treatment-resistant cardiogenic shock by making use of Impella, a percutaneous auxiliary artificial heart, for the first time in Japan. (2017-10-31)
Arm blood flow could predict heart attack risk
A lowered ability of blood vessels in the arm to respond to stress is associated with increased heart size -- an important risk factor for heart disease, according to a Johns Hopkins study. (2001-03-18)
Penn research team tests bedside monitoring of brain blood flow and metabolism in stroke victims
A University of Pennsylvania team has completed the first successful demonstration of a noninvasive optical device to monitor cerebral blood flow in patients with acute stroke, a leading cause of disability and death. (2009-03-02)
Blood flow command center discovered in the brain
An international team of researchers has discovered a group of cells in the brain that may function as a 'master-controller' for the cardiovascular system, orchestrating the control of blood flow to different parts of the body. (2019-05-15)
Researchers closer to new Alzheimer's therapy with brain blood flow discovery
By discovering the culprit behind decreased blood flow in the brain of people with Alzheimer's, biomedical engineers at Cornell University have made possible promising new therapies for the disease. (2019-02-11)
Study Reveals Possible Clue For Racial Differences In Prevalence Of High Blood Pressure
Response to a stress chemical may help explain racial differences in the prevalence of high blood pressure, according to a report in this month's Hypertension: Journal of the American Heart Association. (1998-06-18)
The vessel not taken: Understanding disproportionate blood flow
Each time a blood vessel splits into smaller vessels, red blood cells (RBCs) are presented with the same decision: Take the left capillary or the right. (2018-05-21)
Step out for PAD
A new study published in the Journal of Physiology shows that regular, moderate exercise can go a long way to relieving the symptoms of peripheral artery disease (PAD) by some unexpected mechanisms. (2008-12-14)
Endurance athletes could benefit from surgical release of kinked leg arteries
Flow restrictions in leg arteries of endurance athletes are commonly caused by kinking and could be easily resolved by a straightforward surgical procedure, conclude authors of a study in this week's issue of THE LANCET. (2002-02-07)
UMD study finds exercise benefits brains, changes blood flow in older adults
Exercise training alters brain blood flow and improves cognitive performance in older adults, though not in the way you might think. (2019-01-31)
Researchers investigate correlation between blood flow and body position
For the first time ever, an international research group detected alterations in capillary blood flow around the face caused by body position change. (2018-09-18)
New insights could mean better fish feeds
A better understanding of what happens in a fish's body when it eats could lead to the production of better fish feeds. (2010-08-16)
Slipper-shaped blood cells
Physicists investigate the forces that deform red blood cells into asymmetric slipper shapes, and strive to learn how the deformation is important in blood flow and various blood flow-related diseases. (2009-10-26)
Researcher to provide new insight for treating vascular disease
University of Missouri researcher Steven Segal has received the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's prestigious Method to Extend Research in Time Award for his work in defining the signaling processes that control blood flow in the smallest, microscopic blood vessels, the microcirculation. (2008-10-27)
MIT: blood may help us think
MIT scientists propose that blood may help us think, in addition to its well-known role as the conveyor of fuel and oxygen to brain cells. (2007-10-15)
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