Tag Archives: Brain Cell Death

New Uncertainties Around Irreversible Brain Cell Death Following Oxygen Deprivation? (BBC News / Nature)

Summary Conventional medical wisdom holds that brain cells and working brain circuitry are prone to irreversible damage following merely minutes of interrupted blood flow and disrupted oxygen supply. Researchers at Yale University used an extracorporeal pulsatile-perfusion system to restore circulation in … Continue reading

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Brain Cell Death Resulting From Sleep Deprivation? (BBC News / Journal of Neuroscience)

Summary There is some evidence to indicate that prolonged lack of sleep in mice may result in 25% permanent loss of certain brain cells. Full Text Link Reference Briggs, H. (2014). Lost sleep leads to loss of brain cells, study … Continue reading

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