New research shows the hypothalamus can directly control reproductive functions in rhesus monkeys. The researchers believe it is likely to perform the same actions in human women.
Induced Hypothermia Does Not Improve Outcomes for Patients With Severe Bacterial Meningitis; May Be Harmful
According to a new study, for adults with severe bacterial meningitis, induced hypothermia did not improve patient outcomes. Researchers suggest this treatment may even be harmful.
A new biosensor has been developed which could alter doctors when serious brain injury occurs during heart surgery. Researchers hope the device could help doctors to devise new ways to minimize brain damage and start treatment rapidly.
An experimental drug appears to reduce brain damage, improve motor skills and eliminate hemorrhaging in older stroke afflicted rodents.
Researchers report on full recovery of forelimb strength in rats after a stroke by using vagus nerve stimulation.
A new study finds almost 300,000 stroke survivors yearly will develop PTSD as a result of their health scare.
According to a new study, specific MicroRNA naturally packaged into exosomes are released by stem cells after a stroke, contributing to better neurological recovery.
Using neuroimaging, researchers discover that stroke patients’ brains show strong cortical motor activity when watching others perform physical tasks. The findings offer new insight into potential stroke rehabilitation therapy.
Researchers suggest measuring blood flow in the brain could be an easy and noninvasive way to predict hemorrhage or stroke in children receiving cardiac or respiratory support though ECMO technique.
Using MRI neuroimaging technology, researchers were able to predict the risk for cerebrovascular disease in patients.