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A new method for measuring narrowing in the arteries of the heart may allow patients to be assessed for a stent without having to take a drug with unpleasant side effects.
Cornell University researchers may have solved a 100-year puzzle: How to safely open and close the blood-brain barrier so that therapies to treat Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and cancers of the central nervous system might effectively be delivered.
Neuroscientists have identified a natural protection mechanism in some of the brain's nerve cells during the onset of stroke.
Hibernation is an essential survival strategy for some animals and scientists have long thought it could also hold promise for human survival.
Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, manufacturer of medical decontamination, sterilization systems and custom fabricated medical equipment has introduced the â€œMedicountâ€ Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) testing system to aid healthcare facilities in the fight against Healthcare associated infections (HAIs). (PRWEB) May 28, 2011 Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, manufacturer of medical decontamination, sterilization systems and custom fabricated medical equipment has introduced the...
From high-school students to surgeons, anyone who has pulled an all-nighter knows there is a price to be paid the next day: trouble focusing, a fuzzy memory and other cognitive impairments.
WELWYN GARDEN CITY, England, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Best-in-Class Candidate With Potential in Treatment of CNS Diseases Heptares Therapeutics today announced it has signed an exclusive option agreement with Shire Pharmaceuticals for a novel adenosine A2A antagonist discovered by Heptares and currently in preclinical development.
When cardiac or skeletal muscle is not receiving enough oxygen to meet metabolic demands, a person will experience pain, such as angina, chest pain during a heart attack, or leg pain during a vigorous sprint.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.