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Vascular Disease and Alzheimer’s

Vascular Disease and Alzheimer’s Decoding the molecular ties between vascular disease and Alzheimer’s _ National Institutes of Health (NIH) “A growing body of research suggests vascular damage often contributes to Alzheimer’s disease,” said Roderick Corriveau, Ph.D., program director, NINDS.

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Blood Flow and The Brain

Blood Flow and The Brain As well, Vascular dementia used to be called post-stroke dementia, because strokes are its leading cause. When the vessels that supply blood to the brain are too clogged or damaged, the results are dire: a decline in cognitive function, memory loss, and an inability to think, plan, and make decisions. Mobility and…

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Blood Vessels Cause Pain

Blood Flow and Nerve Pain There is research indicating the main source of pain can be caused by compromised blood vessels. Scientists had thought that particular type of nerve fiber were only responsible for regulating blood flow and did not play any role in pain sensation, but now they’ve discovered that there is a direct link…

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Small Blood Vessels Big Problems

Small Blood Vessels Big Problems On November 4, 2016, the Journal of American Heart Association published “Small Vessels, Big Problems”. In the article, they identified a major contributor to chronic disease and health problems stemmed from compromised blood flow in the small vessels (capillaries).

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