A new study reports some types of gut bacteria can leverage the immune system to decrease the severity of ischemic stroke.
A drug prescribed for diabetes may help prevent TIA, recurring stroke and heart attacks in people with insulin resistance not associated with diabetes.
Researchers have discovered an elevated risk of intracerebral hemorrhage in people found to have a specific bacterium in their saliva.
According to new research, the spleen could be a target for treating stroke induced chronic inflammation which leads to further brain cell death.
AcSDKP, a molecular substance which occurs naturally in humans, provides neurological protection when administer within hours of an ischemic stroke.
New research suggests the integrity of the blood brain barrier is compromised for days after an ischemic stroke. This can lead to serious, life threatening complications. Repairing the BBB could prevent further complications.
Representatives from medical societies created a multispecialty and international consensus on the metrics and benchmarks for processes of care and technical and clinical outcomes for stroke patients.
Researchers report that low blood and oxygen flow to the developing brain does not, as previously thought, cause an irreversible loss of brain cells, but rather disrupts the cells’ ability to fully mature.
An experimental drug that reduces brain damage and improves motor skills among stroke-afflicted rodents when given with federally approved clot-busting therapy has been created.
Findings show new therapy has potential to help the brain as it reacts to stroke’s harmful effects. Researchers at the...