Archives for 2006 - Page 2

Stroke Risk from “Speed”

A new study provides compelling evidence that use of methamphetamine can increase the risk of damage to major neck arteries resulting in a stroke. The findings follow prior research...
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Exercise to Build Brain Mass

Exercise is the natural and most effective panacea for illness and disease. Health promotion efforts have informed on the benefits of exercise to prevent obesity and cancer and the...
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How Brain Adapts to Stress

The means by which the brain adjusts to, or recovers from change and stressful situations is the subject of a new study by NIH scientists. Resarchers report the executive...
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Use Caution with Lithium Drugs

Laboratory findings suggest that lithium and other drugs that inhibit a particular enzyme, GSK-3 beta, should be used with caution in treating Alzheimer’s disease because too high a dose...
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