Neuroscience

Study shows how brain begins repairs after 'silent strokes'

UCLA researchers have shown that the brain can be repaired—and brain function can be recovered—after a stroke in animals. The discovery could have important implications for treating a mind-robbing condition known as ...

Cardiology

Two biomarkers predict increased risk for 'silent' strokes

Two biomarkers widely being investigated as predictors of heart and vascular disease appear to indicate risk for "silent" strokes and other causes of mild brain damage that present no symptoms, report researchers from The ...

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