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Stanford Study Shows Umbilical Cord Blood Rejuvenates Old Mouse Brains [Video]

Apr 21, 2017 PM EDT Young blood has an abundance of a particular protein that can revitalize aging organs.

CSU Engineers Develop Blood-Repellant Surface for Medical Purposes

Jan 20, 2017 PM EST Engineers from Colorado State University developed a blood-repellant surface that can be used as basis for further advancements in surgical implants.

Magnets: The Next Generation’s Blood Filtering Device

Jan 08, 2017 PM EST A study suggests that magnets can be used to filter and cleanse the harmful bacteria from a person's blood.

Artificial Blood In Powder Form Can Be Used to Save Lives in the Future

Dec 08, 2016 AM EST Scientists are working to develop artificial blood stored as powder to be used in emergency medicine in the future and provide trauma victims a bigger chance of survival.

Women and Men Prescribed Different Treatments for High Blood Pressure, Study

Oct 15, 2014 AM EDT Women and men receive different treatments for high blood pressure, according to a new study by the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg.

Mini Strokes Increase PTSD Risk, Study

Oct 06, 2014 AM EDT Mini-stroke heightens post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) risk, according to a new study by the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany.

Blood Tests Can Identify Psychosis Risk in Psychiatric Patients, Study

Sep 27, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, have developed a novel method to accurately diagnose early stages of psychosis.

Calcium Levels Can Be Used As an Early Indicator of Cancer, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT Universities of Bristol and Exeter have found a novel indicator of cancer. The researchers said that high levels of calcium in blood, a condition known as hypercalcaemia, can be used as an early ...

Blood Donations from Gay Men Could Save More Lives, Study

Sep 20, 2014 AM EDT Blood donations from gay men could result in more than 600,000 extra pints of blood every year, according to the study by the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law at the ...

Protein-Rich Diets Lower High Blood Pressure Risk, Study

Sep 12, 2014 AM EDT Protein-rich diets lower the risk of developing high blood pressure, according to a Boston University School of Medicine study.

Anti-Inflammatory Drugs May Help Lower Blood Vessel Disease Risk in Diabetics: Study

Sep 12, 2014 AM EDT A Spanish University study found that inflammation might be the culprit behind high blood sugar levels' damaging effects on blood vessels. The findings suggest that anti-inflammatory medications could ...

“Blood Bucket Challenge” at Ohio University Sparks Outrage

Sep 05, 2014 AM EDT Megan Marzec, the Ohio University student senate president, made the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge" more interesting after she was nominated by President Roderick McDavis.

Blood Transfusion Lowers Recurrence of Strokes In Children With Sickle Cell Anemia: Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Frequent blood transfusion therapy lowers recurrence of strokes in children with sickle cell anemia who already suffer pre-existing silent strokes, according to a Vanderbilt-led study.

Blood Glucose Levels During Acute Illness Can Help Predict Future Diabetes Risk, Study

Aug 20, 2014 AM EDT Blood glucose levels measured in hospitalized patients during acute illness can be used to predict the risk of developing type-2 diabetes in the following three years, according to a new study by the ...

Moderate Intake of Salt Effective against High Blood Pressure, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Moderate level of salt intake is the most effective way of lowering blood pressure, according to the Prospective Urban & Rural Epidemiological (PURE) study led by the Population Health Research ...

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