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Women are smarter than men of the same age; here’s why

Study shows that women's brains stay sharper longer than men of the same age Time wears differently on women's and men's brains. While the brain tends...

Still Alice: Women are more at risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

There is evidence that brains of women are more susceptible to Alzheimer's Disease Growing evidence suggests women may be at increased risk of certain physiological...

Clot removal even after 6 hrs can improve quality of life...

Clot removal beyond the initial 6hrs improves quality of life after stroke Clot removal beyond the initial 6 hrs improved overall quality of life including...

Young people with high blood pressure may suffer brain shrinkage

Study shows even when blood pressure is below the levels considered as hypertension, it affects the brain Young people with elevated blood pressure even when...

People who remain active even in old age have sharper memory

People who move more in old age have sharper thinking and memory skills compared to those who didn't move much at all   Older adults who...

World meet discusses high stroke rates in middle income nations

High stroke impact in low- and middle-income countries examined at 11th World Stroke Congress in Montreal The ongoing 11th World Stroke Congress discussed the impact...

Diet rich in fish, fruits & nuts lowers stroke risk

Mediterranean diet can lower stroke risk, especially in women.Fruits and nuts are the key to keeping stroke away. And some fish. One of the largest...

Pregnant with epilepsy? Folic acid may prevent language delays in baby

Women who are on epilepsy drugs often have babies that pick up language skills later than others. Folate prevents that Women who take epilepsy drugs...

Frequent sauna baths can protect you from stroke

Study finds 4-7 sauna baths a week could reduce stroke chances by 61% If you are fond of sauna bathing, go for it. It will...

Johns Hopkins scientists develop smartphone app for Parkinson’s diagnosis

Current methods are subjective, the evaluators' biases tend to creep inResearchers at the Johns Hopkins University have devised a method in which a smartphone...

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Preclinical study of deactivated platelets show promising new approach to fight clotting and stop cancer spread A new reversible, drug-free antiplatelet therapy could reduce the...

Getting enough sleep reduces heart disease risk

Sleep has many benefits, including reduction of heart disease risk, shows new study Getting enough sleep is key to good health; insufficient sleep increases the...

Chronic inflammation in middle age may lead to memory problems

Chronic inflammation in middle age may lead to thinking and memory problems decades later People who have chronic inflammation in middle-age may develop problems with...