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FeedNavigator (EU) 07/20/2019 09:29
Conclusions The contribution of non-acidotic hyperglycemia to stroke risk is better described in adults.
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Medindia.com 07/20/2019 06:00
Without a change in strategy, this toll is estimated to reach 26,000 extra cases of heart disease/stroke and 3800 additional stomach cancer cases by 2025 , widening health inequalities in the process, and adding up to more than £1 billion in healthcare and lost productivity costs, calculate the researchers.
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Daijiworld.com (India) 07/20/2019 00:16
Our findings show that the use of TRT was associated with an increased risk of stroke, transient ischemic attack or cardiac arrest during the first two years of use," said Christel Renoux from the McGill University in Canada.
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The Vox 07/19/2019 12:00
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy in downtown Newark, where many people could benefit from a wage board raise! | Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images. “Wage board” laws in Colorado, California, and New Jersey let an entire sector’s wages go up at once. 2019 has been an outstanding year for advocates of a higher minimum wage. New Jersey, Maryland, and Illinois all enacted increases that will ; New Mexico enacted a bill that would get to $12 by 2023. Ten other states, including California and New York, saw previously enacted wage hikes take effect this year. These increases will likely provide an economic boost to workers on the lower reaches of the income distribution over the next few years. Workers at the very bottom aren’t the only ones struggling.
Health24 07/19/2019 11:52
When someone Perry's age has a stroke, there is often an unusual cause, Hilburn said, and that was indeed her case.
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USAToday (United States) 07/19/2019 11:03
Sharon Stone's stroke impaled her career after nine-day brain bleed.
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Users of TRT had a 21 per cent greater risk of cardiovascular events compared with non-users, particularly ischaemic stroke, transient ischaemic attack (TIA), or myocardial infarction.
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ClinicalTrials.gov 07/19/2019 06:55
Conditions : Stroke; Physical Disability Interventions : Other: peripheral vibration stimulation; Behavioral: therapy Sponsors : Medical University of South Carolina; National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) Recruiting.
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PR Newswire 07/19/2019 04:00
From spotlights on the most promising studies in neurointervention to sessions on pediatric stroke, policy, and physician burnout, the meeting will foster a robust discussion on a breadth of clinical and industry topics.
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News-Medical.net 07/19/2019 01:07
The authors note that because stroke doubles the chances of developing dementia, and 90 per cent of strokes are preventable, mitigating stroke risk at the population level provides the most immediate and promising opportunity reduce the rates of both stroke and dementia ...
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Lancet 07/18/2019 19:15
Background Sphenopalatine ganglion stimulation increased cerebral collateral blood flow, stabilised the blood–brain barrier, and reduced infarct size, in preclinical models of acute ischaemic stroke, and showed potential benefit in a pilot randomised trial in humans.
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CNN (United States) 07/18/2019 18:00
On average, patients with systolic blood pressure of 160 had a 4.8% risk of having a heart attack or stroke, while patients with a diastolic blood pressure of 96 had a 3.6% risk.
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