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How Does High-Intensity Step Training Help Stroke Survivors

How Does High-Intensity Step Training Help Stroke Survivors?

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain becomes blocked. When the brain cells cannot get sufficient oxygen, they may die off, resulting in lasting symptoms such as difficulty walking and speaking. Although some challenges may be permanent, there are a number of rehabilitative therapies that can help stroke survivors recover as much…

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Fighting Against Tissue Injury Stem Cell Exosomes (2)

Fighting Against Tissue Injury: Stem Cell Exosomes

Tissue injury is common to many human diseases. Cirrhosis results in damaged, fibrotic liver tissue. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and related lung diseases cause damage to lung tissue. A heart attack damages heart tissue, just as a stroke damages brain tissue. In some cases, such as minor tissue injury, the damaged tissue can repair itself. Over…

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Posted and filed under Stem Cell Research, Stem Cell Therapy, Stroke.
Posted and filed under Health Awareness, Stroke.
Determining Risk Factors for Stroke. How to Be Preventative

Determining Risk Factors for Stroke-How to Be Preventative

Stroke is a serious, life-threatening condition in which the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or diminished, often resulting in permanent brain damage and disability. While nearly 800,000 people experience a new or recurrent stroke each year, these conditions are largely preventable. In fact, up to 80% of all strokes can be prevented. Part…

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