Transplanting intestinal epithelial stem cells from healthy donors reduced stroke-induced mortality, decreased the volume of dead brain tissue and gut leakiness, and prevented stroke-induced cognitive decline.
Those who exercise either early or late in the morning were 11% and 16% respectively at a lower risk of coronary artery disease. Those who exercise later in the morning were 17% less likely to have a stroke than those in the control group.
A new meta-analysis focuses on what we know, and what we don't know about what's good and bad for our health.
In children who experienced a left-hemisphere stroke within days of birth, brain plasticity allows the right hemisphere to acquire language abilities normally handled by the left hemisphere while maintaining its own language ability as well.
People who have the blood group type A are more likely to suffer a stroke before the age of 60 than those with the most common blood type O, a new study reports.
Older adults who consume alcohol are at less risk of adversive health risk than younger people, a new study reports. Low levels of alcohol consumed by healthy older people can have some health benefits, researchers say.
Age-related macular degeneration with subretinal drusenoid deposits was associated with high-risk vascular diseases, including increased stroke risk and cardiovascular disease.
Researchers identified a novel brain network that includes the fronto-parietal networks and fusiform gyrus which helps with the encoding of visual mental imagery.
People who suffer cardiometabolic disorders, such as stroke, diabetes, or a heart attack, either as stand-alone conditions or a combination of the conditions, have an increased risk of developing dementia regardless of whether or not they have a genetic predisposition for neurodegeneration.