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Dengue fever linked to increased risk of stroke

Dengue fever linked to increased risk of stroke

Published first on ScienceDaily A new study has found that people with dengue fever have a higher risk of stroke, especially in the first 2 months following infection. The study is published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). "Clinicians in dengue-endemic...

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Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

Published first on ScienceDaily New research published in the journal Nature for the first time reveals the atomic structure of a key molecular component of the nervous system. Scientists at OHSU used advanced imaging techniques to ascertain the resting state of an...

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How thalidomide is effective against cerebral infarction

How thalidomide is effective against cerebral infarction

Published first on ScienceDaily Notoriously remembered as a major pharmaceutical scandal approximately 60 years ago, thalidomide caused severe birth defects since many pregnant women took the drug as a remedy for their morning sickness. In recent years, however,...

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