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Smoking Obesity and High Blood Pressure Rot the Brain - by: Anne Seccombe,Examiner .com


Cardiovascular risk factors, such as smoking, obesity and high blood pressure "rot" the brain by damaging memory, learning and reasoning, according to a study published Nov. 26 in the jou...

Stem Cells Neurons Drive Brain Activity After Transplantation - by: Heather Buschman,Sanford Burnham - Medical Research Institute


Sanford-Burnham researchers convince transplanted stem cell-derived neurons to direct cognitive function—getting us a step closer to using these cells to treat Alzheimer’s disease and o...

Green Tea Might Help Fighting Prostate Cancer - by: Alan Mozes,HealthDay Reporter


Drinking six cups daily before prostate removal surgery lowered disease-related inflammation levels. ...

Human Cadaver Brains May Provide New Stem Cells - by: Charles Choi,Fox News.com


Death will come for us all one day, but life will not fade from our bodies all at once. After our lungs stop breathing, our hearts stop beating, our minds stop racing, our bodies cool, and long aft...

Brain Stem-Cell Implants Help Children With Rare Illness - by: Elizabeth Lopatto,Bloomberg Business Week


Four boys with a rare and often fatal brain disease were implanted with stem cells that began fixing damage that impeded their ability to walk, talk and eat, a trial found. The findings, published ...

Obesity Leading to Brain Changes - by: RICK NAUERT PHD - Senior News Editor,PsychCentral


A new study on rats has discovered that obesity may do more than just add fat to your midsection and other body organs. Terry Davidson, director of American University’s Center for Behavioral...

Fertility Treatment Linked to Multiple Sclerosis - by: HealthDay News Staff,HealthDay News


Fertility treatment is associated with a higher risk of multiple sclerosis exacerbations, which is linked to the increase in reproductive hormones affecting immune function, according to a study pu...

Cord Blood Stem Cells a New Therapeutic Option for Brain Disorders - by: Katie Pratt, PhD,BrainBlogger .com


Stem cell technology has the potential to revolutionize medicine, but the revolution has been considerably slower than expected. Government restrictions and ethical dilemmas have put up roadblocks ...

Stem Cells From Umbilical Cord Could Help Treat Autism - by: Kristen Drew,News 10 - abc


"Like autism, cerebral palsy or brain injuries of that nature are a diffused population, it's not one cause," said Dr. Michael Chez, who is the Medical Director of Pediatric Neurology...

Summer School Students Help Scientists Advance Stem Cell Research - by: Stephanie O'Neill,Southern California Public Radio


For many Southern California high school students, summer is synonymous with surf, sand and sun. But, for some of Los Angeles' top math and science students, the lure of the beach and tradition...

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