Medical News Today: Stroke severity reduced in those who walk regularly

A study of people who had strokes finds that symptoms were less severe in those who did light to moderate exercise, such as 4 hours of walking per week.
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In this study, 72% of the patients had suffered from intracranial haemorrhage. Imaging analysis was performed using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to assess changes in white matter after intervention. We investigated white matter change before and after intervention and the relationship between white matter structure and motor function recovery using tract-based spatial statistics. The intra-voxel directional coherence was significantly incre ased in the anterior limb of the internal capsule and anterior thalamic radiation on the lesional side following intervention. Mean diffusivity and radial diffusivity values of cluste...
Source: Acta Neurologica Belgica - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), Burke Neurological Institute, and Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) have been awarded a $5 million grant from the Empire State Development Corporation to speed the development of ground-breaking neurological treatments for those disabled from stroke.
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A direct cause-and-effect link has not been established, but the Heart Association-Stroke Association statement recommends that health care providers tell patients of the risk before they have neck manipulation.
Source: WebMD Health - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
(Natural News) No one would argue that getting cancer is a stroke of bad luck — but is that really the only cause? Researchers from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have recently claimed that errors in DNA copying occur “at random.” The team alleges that despite the long-standing belief that cancer is often due to...
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Condition:   Stroke Intervention:   Device: Repetitive peripheral nerve stimulation Sponsors:   Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein;   Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   Stroke Intervention:   Other: A co-design phase aims to ensure the feasibility and relevance of the proposed intervention and evaluation. Sponsor:   Hospices Civils de Lyon Not yet recruiting
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Conditions:   Acute Ischemic Stroke;   Intracranial Stenosis Intervention:   Device: Treatment with Credo® stent together with the NeuroSpeed® PTA balloon catheter. Sponsor:   Acandis GmbH Recruiting
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I'm still sketching out the basic challenges facing humanity, in broad strokes. Last week I presented the history of human population in the past 2000 years and a very basic primer on climate. But there are much broader issues of resource depletion. Some people have expected bigger catastrophes sooner than they have actually happened, and it's perilous to make very specific predictions, but we're at the point now where we aren't just making predictions, we're observing what's already happening.Here's the basic problem:If 3 billion people are going to  achieve a standard of living comparable to that of a typical North ...
Source: Stayin' Alive - Category: American Health Source Type: blogs
Brain activity associated with learning of left-handed key-presses during rest periods, via Bönstrup et al 2019 By Matthew Warren A wealth of research has shown that taking breaks is an important part of learning. Resting straight after acquiring new information seems to improve memory of that information, for example, and sleep is particularly important for consolidating what we have just learned.  Now it seems that even miniscule breaks, just seconds long, are also vital for learning new skills. A study published recently in Current Biology has found that most of the improvement while learning a motor task come...
Source: BPS RESEARCH DIGEST - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Tags: Cognition Educational Source Type: blogs
Missouri is a pen-stroke away from enacting one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country. It comes one day after Alabama's governor signed another restrictive abortion law. Each of these measures came under immediate legal challenge, and it appears sooner or later the Supreme Court will have to step in. Jesse Weber, an attorney and host on the Law&Crime Network, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to offer analysis on where this is headed.
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