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Drugs that switch your brain into squirrel-mode may save you from a stroke - Ars Technica



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Drugs that switch your brain into squirrel-mode may save you from a stroke 
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In the latest cache of data, researchers dug up a drug that can essentially flip a hibernation switch in brain cells, mimicking conditions in the noggins of dormant squirrels and potentially cushioning the blow from strokes and other cardiovascular ...

 


Health and Wellness: 5 facts to know about strokes, how to prevent them - Daily Herald



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Health and Wellness: 5 facts to know about strokes, how to prevent them 
Daily Herald
It can be frustrating when you are having a conversation with someone, and you find yourself at a loss for words or struggling to remember what you wanted to say. But, did you know that could be a sign of a stroke? Strokes can happen to anyone, at any ...

 


Thrombectomy Up to 24 Hours Effective in Certain Strokes - Medscape - Medscape



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Thrombectomy Up to 24 Hours Effective in Certain Strokes - Medscape 
Medscape
Published results of the DAWN trial show patients with salvageable brain tissue identified by 'clinical-core mismatch' benefitted from endovascular therapy up to ...

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Artificial Intelligence Can Now Spot Art Forgeries by Comparing Brush Strokes - artnet News



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Artificial Intelligence Can Now Spot Art Forgeries by Comparing Brush Strokes 
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Analyzing the works, the AI identified 80,000 individual strokes, and, through the neural network, learned what features in the strokes were specific to which artists. A machine-learning algorithm was also taught to look for these features, such as the ...
Study: Computers Can Spot Painting Forgeries By Checking Brush Strokes Sputnik International
Art-ificial intelligence can spot a forged painting from just one brush stroke Alphr
AI spots art fakes by examining a single brushstroke Engadget
Ubergizmo  -The Memo 
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Squirrels could hold secret to preventing brain damage for stroke patients - Telegraph.co.uk



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Squirrels could hold secret to preventing brain damage for stroke patients 
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Squirrels could hold the key to helping stroke patients avoid brain damage, scientists believe. Researchers in the US have discovered that when squirrels hibernate a protective process occurs in their cells which allows their brain to function with ...
Squirrels and stroke treatment: What's the connection? Medical News Today
Squirrels could hold the secret to preventing brain damage in stroke patients AOL
Squirrels could hold the key to better stroke treatment, study finds Netdoctor
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Stroke patients may have more time to get treatment, study finds - Medical Xpress



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Stroke patients may have more time to get treatment, study finds 
Medical Xpress
Though doctors still agree that earlier treatment is better, the study offers hope to patients who have a stroke in their sleep or who live in rural areas where it can take longer to reach medical care, said Dr. Dileep Yavagal, chief of interventional ...

 


Stroke patients may have more time ? up to 24 hours ? to get treatment, study finds - Miami Herald



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Stroke patients may have more time ? up to 24 hours ? to get treatment, study finds 
Miami Herald
But a study published this month in the New England Journal of Medicine ? and co-authored by neurologists at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine ? found that the window may be as long as 24 hours for some stroke patients. The study ...

 


A stroke of luck: 'Miracle man' Bruce Hughes survives series of strokes - CBC.ca



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A stroke of luck: 'Miracle man' Bruce Hughes survives series of strokes 
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Bruce Hughes should have died. His nurses said he was a "miracle man," and his neurologist says there is something to that. Hughes, 59, of Upper Keswick, had a series of strokes caused by two large blood clots. One was in the artery that brings blood ...

 


Results of Landmark Study Could Change How (and When) We ... - Futurism



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Results of Landmark Study Could Change How (and When) We ... 
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Standard stroke treatment guidelines have long dictated that there's a six-hour window to initiate treatment. A new study is challenging that.

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'Diff'rent Strokes' star Todd Bridges recounts abuse to 'Dr. Oz' - USA TODAY



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'Diff'rent Strokes' star Todd Bridges recounts abuse to 'Dr. Oz' 
USA TODAY
"You think it's just your little small section," the former star said of pedophilia during a 'Dr. Oz' episode set to air Friday. "No, it's bigger."

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