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elevated blood pressure not a high mortality risk for elderly with weak grip




corvallis, ore. - a study of nearly 7,500 americans age 65 or older suggests that elevated blood pressure is not related to high mortality risk among people in that age group with weak grip strength.new research by oregon state university builds on an earlier osu study that showed the relationship b...



state of the art in blood processing




blood is generated in very large volumes as a by-product in slaughterhouses all around the world. on the one hand, blood generation presents a serious environmental issue because of its high pollutant capacity; however, on the other hand, blood has the potential to be collected and processed to gene...



endocrine society issues statement to improve detection of curable forms of hype




washington--a new scientific statement issued by the endocrine society advises healthcare providers on ways to spot hormonal causes of high blood pressure that can be cured with surgery or treated effectively with medication.without effective screening, common hormonal causes of high blood pressure,...



dutch super blood donor retires after 333 litres




frans hollander has donated 333 litres of blood. photo: depositphotos.comthe netherlands’ most generous blood donor has given his last gift of blood, having provided enough to almost fill three bathtubs, local broadcaster l1  reported.frans hollander, from the limburg village of rijckholt, has gi...



angiotensin ii shows promise in helping critically ill patients with low blood p




sixty years after cleveland clinic researchers first isolated the role of angiotensin ii in controlling blood pressure, a new international study led by cleveland clinic researchers shows that the compound can safely improve blood pressure among critically ill patients who are experiencing life-thre...



intensive blood pressure can reduce risk of harm to heart muscle




winston-salem, n.c. - may 22, 2017 - a new study by researchers at wake forest baptist medical center has shown that aggressive lowering of blood pressure in people with hypertension reduced the risk of left ventricular hypertrophy (lvh). this condition, the enlargement and thickening of the walls o...



social smoking carries same heart-disease risks as everyday habit




columbus, ohio - social smokers' risk for high blood pressure and high cholesterol is identical to those who light up every day, new research has found.this large, nationally representative study is the first to look at blood pressure and cholesterol in social smokers. more than 10 percent of 39,555...



nanoengineers 3-d print biomimetic blood vessel networks




image: nanoengineering professor shaochen chen 3-d prints a biomimetic blood vessel network. view more credit: erik jepsen/uc san diego publicationsnanoengineers at the university of california san diego have 3d printed a lifelike, functional blood vessel network that could pave the way toward arti...



scientists rejuvenate blood by reprogramming cells




like it or not, your body gradually loses its capacity for producing blood as you age -- that's why immune deficiencies, leukemia and other blood conditions become more likely with time. scientists may have found a way to turn back the clock, though. they've found a way to rejuvenate blood by reprog...



surprising link between blood sugar and brain cancer found




columbus, ohio - new research further illuminates the surprising relationship between blood sugar and brain tumors and could begin to shed light on how certain cancers develop.while many cancers are more common among those with diabetes, cancerous brain tumors called gliomas are less common among th...



facts and tips on yoga for diabetes as advised by experts




while studying more about yoga for diabetes, the one question that pops into the mind is “is diabetes curable by yoga”? today, we shall check on that and discuss more on what yoga for diabetes is all about, and learn if it can really help us or not. experts and medical research shows that there ...



artist runs an electronic sound exhibit using his own blood




the effort involved in collecting the blood was as much a science experiment as the art itself. vtol extracted just under 1.2 gallons of blood over the course of 18 months, and had to fill all but the very last sample with preservatives to prevent the fluid from going bad.as to why the artist would ...



mass-produced artificial blood is now a real possibility




the biggest challenge is translating the technique to commercial manufacturing. scientists have produced a few liters of blood in the lab, but there's a big difference between that and the massive volumes needed to serve even a single hospital. although the uk's national health service is planning t...



lab-grown stem cells could replace blood donations




the scientists found a quintet of proteins that encouraged the stem cells to become blood cells, and when put into lab mice, the cells made red-and-white blood cells and platelets. another research team did something similar, but started with adult mice and lung stem cells. the ultimate goal would b...



monaco launches free screening and awareness campaign




monaco has reinforced its public health policy with the launch of a new screening campaign that aims to reduce the rate of abdominal aortic aneurysms in people who are most at risk: over 65s.the principality is known for its pursuit of excellence regarding public health and has excelled at reducing ...



do you really have high blood pressure?




image: an increasing number of medical clinics are equipped with automatic electronic devices. yet in the spring of 2016, a survey among canadian family doctors says that : 52 percent of... view more credit: university of montreal hospital research center (crchum)montreal, march 20, 2017 - a study ...



fluid flow in the brain unravelled for the first time




the puzzle of how the brain regulates blood flow to prevent it from being flooded and then starved every time the heart beats has been solved with the help of engineering.anyone who has felt the pulse in their own neck will have a sense of the sudden rush of blood that is pumped to their brain with ...



obese women less likely to suffer from dangerous preeclampsia complications




san diego, ca -- despite having higher rates of preeclampsia, a dangerous high-blood pressure disorder of late pregnancy, obese women may be less than half as likely to suffer strokes, seizures, and other serious complications of the disorder. the findings are among those from two new studies of pre...



obese women less likely to suffer from dangerous preeclampsia complications




san diego, ca -- despite having higher rates of preeclampsia, a dangerous high-blood pressure disorder of late pregnancy, obese women may be less than half as likely to suffer strokes, seizures, and other serious complications of the disorder. the findings are among those from two new studies of pre...



assay of clotting ability accurately predicts need for transfusion in trauma pat




chicago (may 15, 2017): by combining a conventional laboratory measurement of blood clotting time (known as the international normalized ratio or inr) with a new test of blood clot strength, based upon thrombelastography (teg®), researchers at the university of colorado's department of surgery, den...



new blood thinner better at preventing recurrent blood clots than aspirin




image: an international study of 3,396 patients with venous thromboembolism in 31 countries shows that the blood thinner rivaroxaban is just as safe as aspirin and more effective at preventing blood... view more credit: the ottawa hospitalan international research team with prominent canadian leade...



future versions of the apple watch could be used to monitor diabetes




diabetes, which is a disease that causes too much glucose in the blood, is a huge medical issue that can cause a number of complications. according to the cdc, in the united states, almost 10 percent of the population has the disease.the blood sugar levels in diabetics need to be consistently monito...



future versions of the apple watch could be used to monitor diabetes




diabetes, which is a disease that causes too much glucose in the blood, is a huge medical issue that can cause a number of complications. according to the cdc, in the united states, almost 10 percent of the population has the disease. the blood sugar levels in diabetics need to be consistently monit...



can fat 'feel' fat? | eurekalert! science news




researchers at the university of iowa have discovered that a molecule which can sense the swelling of fat cells also controls a signaling pathway that allows fat cells to take up and store excess glucose. mice missing this protein, known as swell1, gain less weight (fat) than normal mice on a high-f...



alzheimer's risk for those with high blood sugar, finds study




press trust of india  |  london  february 25, 2017 last updated at 23:32 ist