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1. Alzheimer Disease, the ‘slow killer', is a severe neurological disorder
May 10, 2017

Alzheimer Disease or AD is a disorder which affects the behavioral and cognitive impairment. Since it is a neurodegenerative disorder, the impact on occupational and social functioning becomes apparent after some time. It is a disease that progresses slowly over the years. By the time you take the patient to a top neurologist in Bangalore, a lot of damage has already happened. What causes Alzheimer Disease? In our brain, there is a structure deep inside which encodes and stores memories known as hippocampus. Other than it, the cerebral cortex is the area that makes decisions a... (read more)

Author: John Edward

2. Switch To Vascuvite For Normal Blood Pressure and Zero Hypertension
March 23, 2017

Stressed lifestyle often leads to hypertension and high blood pressure. Vascuvite is one such medicine that helps regulate blood pressure and hypertension and increase overall health and wellness as well. Vascovite understands that it is important to keep blood pressure under control because high blood pressure often leads to other diseases such as heart failure, heart disease, brain haemorrhage, stroke, kidney failure, dementia, bone loss retinal nerves damage etc. Several medications have been developed to instantly lower blood pressure fast yet some natural old methods are said to be still ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Nerve Cells Can Be Switched on to Repair Damage
September 20, 2016

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin have found a way to coax peripheral nerve cells into repairing damaged axons. Peripheral cells extend outside the central nervous system into the arms and legs and are responsible for sensation. They contain long fibers known as axons that transmit impulses from the brain. They can be damaged in diseases such as diabetes, causing pain. The axons are surrounded by a protective sheath called myelin, a fatty insulation that speeds electrical signals...... (read more)

4. Zika Linked to Hearing Loss: Study
August 30, 2016

Add hearing loss to the list of health problems that could be caused by the Zika virus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the study Tuesday, saying that out of nearly 70 children infected with the virus, four had hearing loss that appeared to be unconnected with any other health issue. This, the researchers say, could mean the hearing problems stem from Zika as the issue appears to be caused by damage to the nerve that links the ear with the brain. Zika is...... (read more)

5. Study Shows Extent of Brain Damage From Zika Infections
August 24, 2016

A report released on Tuesday shows in graphic detail the kind of damage Zika infections can do to the developing brain - damage that goes well beyond the devastating birth defect known as microcephaly, in which the baby's head is smaller than normal. The current Zika outbreak was first detected last year in Brazil, where the virus has been linked to more than 1,800 cases of microcephaly, which can cause severe developmental problems. Prior research has shown the Zika virus attacks...... (read more)

6. New Research: Zika Could Also Affect Adult Brain
August 18, 2016

Up until now scientists have been focused on Zika and its effects on the brains of babies still developing in their mother's womb.  In April, the Centers for Disease Control put up some definitive research saying the mosquito-borne Zika virus "is a cause of microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects." But new research, published in today's Cell Stem Cell journal, says the virus may also damage some cells in the adult brain. Zika's broad impact on the...... (read more)

7. Uncertain Future for Gambira, Other Myanmar Political Prisoners
March 25, 2016

YANGON, MYANMAR— Gambira has suffered more than most political activists in Myanmar. Arrested for his prominent role in a monk-led pro-democracy uprising in 2007, dubbed the Saffron Revolution, soldiers beat him so severely, he said, he sustained brain damage and has endured post-traumatic stress disorder and delusions ever since. Days before the National League for Democracy (NLD), led by Aung San Suu Kyi, forms Myanmar's first fully elected civilian government in half a century, Gambria is among hundreds of activists who find themselves still behind bars. Human rights monitors say the... (read more)

8. Avenues for Senior Care in Albuquerque are Diversifying Rapidly
January 18, 2016

Senior care in Albuquerque falls under one of those rarely discussed areas that people really do not think about as they go about their daily lives. However, one related topic that has often dominated public discourse over the last few years is the varied reasons of brain damage in old age, previously loped in one single homogenous category by the name “dementia”. Some diseases, of course, are more visible and more vigorously discussed in public than others. Following that thread, the facilities for Alzheimer’s care in Albuquerque, or rather the utter lack of them, are really something that we... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

9. Expert Brain Injury Claims Compensation Advice for the UK
January 17, 2016

UK - If you have suffered an accident resulting in a brain injury, you could be due compensation. With an injury of such a serious nature, it is important you seek expert advice from head injury and brain damage specialists. Accident Claims Web is the new web service of The Accident Claimline providing expert brain injury claims compensation advice in the UK when you need it most. The Accident Claimline offer a no obligation free discussion of your brain injury compensation claim, with specialist care centre staff available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Accident Claims UK web ser... (read more)

Author: John Doe

10. Antibiotic Drugs Can Lead to Peripheral Neuropathy
June 17, 2015

Many people understand the basics about the nervous system. They know that there is a central nervous system that connects the whole body together and relays messages to the brain. However, the central nervous system is only one component of the overall nervous system. In fact, there is also the peripheral nervous system that connects the extremities to the central nervous system which then connect things to the brain. Nerve damage is likely to occur in the peripheral nervous system. That nerve damage can happen a number of ways. Physical trauma is a big cause of nerve damage. In fa... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

11. AC Repair Experts Share Tips For Preventing Heat-Related Illness
June 12, 2015

Heat-related illnesses cause hundred of deaths in the U.S. every year. Extreme heat can raise your body temperature, damage your brain and organs, and even lead to your premature passing. To protect yourself from the scorching summer sun, here are five basic prevention tips from AC repair experts: Tip 1: Drink Lots of Water Regardless of you activity level, you should always drink more water on hot days. Hydration helps cool you down and will lower your risk of heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and dehydration. How much H2O should you drink? If you are engaging in any physically deman... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

12. You Should Use Vitamin E Oil On Your Body With Caution
March 19, 2015

You've probably heard your doctor discuss the health benefits of taking vitamin E, which include boosting your immune system, preventing stroke-induced brain damage and protecting against certain cancers. But vitamin E oil can also work wonders when it comes to your hair, skin and nails. (Just take a look at this girl's smooth alabaster complexion). However, it isn't as simple as buying a face cream labeled with the powerful ingredient. Skincare specialists praise vitamin E oil for its beauty benefits, but they do so with caution. "Vitamin E is always a tricky ingredient to use," says cel... (read more)

Author: Kim Pham

13. Sensorineural hearing loss, when hearing ability drop suddenly!
January 31, 2015

A sensorineural hearing loss is a disorder affecting the inner ear. When the neural pathways of the auditory cortex get damaged, there is a total loss of hearing ability. Hearing sensitivity or sound clarity reduces due to the damage. Hence, the nerves can’t send audio signals to the auditory processing area of the brain. It results in a total loss of hearing. Mostly, it occurs in one year. The loss of hearing can be accompanied by tinnitus (ringing sound in the ear) and dizziness. It is one of the major types of hearing troubles worldwide. Though it occurs more in adults, there are cases... (read more)

Author: John Edward

14. why Glaucoma Surgery in India at Affordable Cost, India
December 01, 2014

1. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is the name for a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve. The optic nerve, which carries information from the eye to the brain, is in the back of the eye. When the nerve is damaged, you can lose your vision. At first, people with glaucoma lose side (peripheral) vision. But if the disease is not treated, vision loss may get worse. This can lead to total blindness over time. 2. What Are the Types of Glaucoma? Open-angle glaucoma. Also called wide-angle glaucoma, this is the most common type of glaucoma. The structures of the eye appe... (read more)

Author: Pankaj Nagpal

15. Guide on Nootropics- allow you to get familiar with it
August 29, 2014

Nootropics are treatments of pharmaceutical that maintain neuroprotective outcomes, raise the mental techniques in the head and are cleared of any form of accumulation. Enhance the memory processes and modifies and learning procedures, encourages studying etiquette in effects which can be forecasted to dam them. As an example: in hypoxic penalties in which the physique intakes inadequately, maintaining real damage or compound hurt far from your brain, promotes the energy of control procedures while in the cortex within the brain and in additional subcortical parts and substantially more are a ... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

16. Installing Carbon Monoxide Detectors
January 18, 2014

Carbon monoxide -- "The Silent Killer" -- is a colorless, odourless gas which in high levels causes paralysis, brain damage and eventual death if not detected and treated by a medical professional. Every house with a fuel-based heating source is at risk of CO infiltration. Even without a chimney, every consumer with a car in a garage is at risk. Carbon monoxide is caused by improper burning of carbon-based fuels. Your chimney, wood stove, gas stove and car exhaust are common culprits of CO emissions. Never leave the garage door closed when you start your car. Always perform regular maintenance... (read more)

Author: sam jones

17. Gene therapy helps children with rare, incurable brain disease - Boxed Power Supply
November 14, 2013

Using gene transfer techniques pioneered by University of Floridafaculty, Taiwanese doctors have restored some movement in fourchildren bedridden with a rare, life-threatening neurologicaldisease. The first-in-humans achievement may also be helpful for more commondiseases such as Parkinson's that involve nerve cell damage causedby lack of a crucial molecule in brain tissue. The results arereported in the journal Science Translational Medicine. The children in the study, who ranged in age from 4 to 6, inheriteda rare disease known as aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylasedeficiency, or AAD... (read more)

Author: airbru airbru

18. Hormone Replacement Therapy for Memory Loss
November 13, 2013

An inability to recall past events is known as memory loss. It might be temporary or permanent. It is a quite common problem in most of the aging people. You may not have to go far away in order to get a person who is suffering from this disorder. If you see your aging neighbors or relatives, you will easily get minimum one person suffering from the problem of memory loss. Besides, a person suffering from severe emotional trauma or brain damage may also be seen suffering from the problem of forgetfulness. Immediate memory loss, short term memory loss, and long term memory loss are the cate... (read more)

Author: rich scott

19. Boston scientists help pinpoint brain damage in vets similar tofootball injuries
November 12, 2013

The same type of brain damage identified in 14 deceasedprofessional football players has been pinpointed in the brains ofmilitary veterans who endured bomb blasts in Iraq and Afghanistancommonly encountered in battle -- a finding that raises concernsthat countless other military personnel may be vulnerable tosimilar long-term impairments. An international team of researchers led by Boston scientists saidin a study published Wednesday that they discovered chronictraumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in the brains of four veteransafter their deaths, including three who had survived explosionsfro... (read more)

Author: drtyhjk dfcvb

20. Children with rare, incurable brain disease improve after genetherapy
November 12, 2013

The first-in-humans achievement may also be helpful for more commondiseases such as Parkinson's that involve nerve cell damage causedby lack of a crucial molecule in brain tissue. The results arereported today in the journal Science Translational Medicine. The children in the study, who ranged in age from 4 to 6, inheriteda rare disease known as aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylasedeficiency, or AADC. Patients with AADC are born without an enzymethat enables the brain to produce the neurotransmitter dopamine.They generally die in early childhood. In a phase 1 clinical trial led by Dr. Wu... (read more)

Author: 123wert sdfsf

21. Alcohol Rehabilitation A Should For Trouble Drinkers Thinking about Maternity
October 31, 2013

Did you understand that children born to mothers who consume sometimes suffer from a type in of brain damage called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)? If you are pregnant, are planning to be, or know somebody who is, you need to think about alcohol rehab as soon as possible. Alcohol has been discovered to be acutely harmful to the unborn child. And it doesn't take a great deal of alcohol to cause these issues. A safe level can not be defined-- any alcohol during pregnancy is dangerous. One in 100 children is born with FAS. It is the leading cause of preventable retardation and bi... (read more)

Author: Maryann Petroske

22. The Many Justifications of Substance Abusers
October 29, 2013

Drug and alcohol abuse simply does not make sense. It harms the body and the mind, jeopardises employment, destroys families, and harms society in numerous ways. Yet people not only continue to abuse substances, they always seem to be looking for a higher “high”. A few months ago, there was a news report on a looming brain damage crisis resulting from illicit drug use. More people are showing up with brain abnormalities that are similar to those seen in Parkinson’s disease. A study looking at the brains of people using drugs who were younger than 45 years old showed changes occurring that ind... (read more)

Author: Murray simon

23. Seamy side of multiple sclerosis
October 28, 2013

Multiple sclerosis is caused by damage to myelin sheath which surrounds neurons. As a result of this damage, signals transmitted by brain do not reach to concerned organs. It is usually observed in persons belonging to the age group 20 to 40. Symptoms differ from person to person. Sometimes, a single symptom persists for a longer period. Some may experience symptoms appearing once and vanishing completely. In some cases, symptoms may become worse after some weeks. Most of the symptoms are unpredictable and thus difficult to diagnose. However, they can be managed with medications and ... (read more)

Author: Jake Williams

24. Long periods of estrogen deprivation jeopardize brain receptors,stroke protection
October 27, 2013

Prolonged estrogen deprivation in aging rats dramatically reducesthe number of brain receptors for the hormone as well as itsability to prevent strokes , researchers report. However the damage is forestalled if estrogen replacement beginsshortly after hormone levels drop, according to a study publishedin the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . "This is further evidence of a critical window for estrogentherapy, either right before or right after menopause ," said Dr. Darrell W. Brann, Chief of GHSU's DevelopmentalNeurobiology Program and the study's corresponding au... (read more)

Author: vacuumse mse

25. Stroke: Causes and Risk Factors
October 26, 2013

Stroke happens when the brain tissues cannot get adequate nutrition and oxygen. Both are extremely essential for brain to carry out its normal functions. When arteries in brain get clogged, oxygen and glucose supply to brain is altered. If this cut-off is for brief period, the brain can recover from damage. However, if oxygen deprivation lasts longer than 3 to 4 minutes, brain cells begin to die. It leads to irreversible damage. In some cases, some parts get too affected to carry out their normal functions. But usually, these functions are taken by other parts. In some instances, bleeding... (read more)

Author: Jake Williams

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