Thursday, March 30, 2023


Sepsis study to power new antibiotic discoveries

Antibiotics to target all sepsis-causing bacteria.

Living in “food swamps” may increase stroke risk

Targeted, community-based interventions or dietary guidance to improve cardiovascular health may be solutions.

Exposure to higher cumulative estrogen may have a lower risk of stroke

The lower risk was found for both ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage.

Investigating the genetics of heart attacks and strokes in Hispanics

The research is possible thanks to a $2.5 million grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Men taking testosterone therapy are at no greater risk of heart attack

The testosterone replacement therapy appears safe for use.

A light and easy-to-attach hand exoskeleton for stroke victims

Exoskeleton device helps stroke victims regain hand function.

Using AI to identify the risk of atrial fibrillation

AI-based method predicts risk of atrial fibrillation, helping clinicians protect patients’ heart health.

There may be an ideal target blood sugar range to lower the risk of vascular diseases

The study highlights the importance of keeping a close eye on your blood sugar.

New rehab device helps stroke survivors increase arm exercises

Enabling stroke survivors with arm disabilities to do more training.

Improving stroke recovery prediction using machine learning

A predictive method based on two powerful, cutting-edge tools.

NCyborg Project: Robots to establish a stroke rehabilitation process

A brand new stroke rehabilitation pattern that could improve the treatment effect of stroke survivors.

Aspirin prevents heart attack and stroke, study

Supporting evidence that aspirin use is associated with reduced ischaemic events after pneumonia.

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