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Hames, Ph.D., of Mayo Clinic now; David E. Kelley, M.D., now of Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.; and Bret H. Goodpaster, Ph.D., now of Florida Hospital, Orlando. The analysis was funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Section of Health.. African-American women might need to eat fewer calories or burn up more to lose weight African-American women might need to eat fewer calories or burn up more than their Caucasian counterparts to lose a comparable amount of weight, according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in a report published on-line today in the International Journal of Obesity.Normally, brain blood circulation responds to changes in blood pressure and nutrients and oxygen demands immediately. Presenter Constantino Iadecola, PhD, will discuss what happens when blood vessels and brain cells do not communicate effectively, known as neurovascular uncoupling. The brain either receives too little blood, resulting in temporary loss of oxygen and stroke, or too much blood flow, leading to hemorrhage. Dr. Iadecola will address the role of ET-1 in neurovascular uncoupling seen in hypertension and anti snoring and the potential of targeting its receptor, endothelin A, as cure. Related StoriesPresence of connexin proteins suppresses major tumor growthGriffith University uncovers initial 3-D picture of protein linked to cancer spreadUnique, tiny proteins cage developed to deliver chemotherapy chemicals to cancer cellsThe symposium will be held Saturday directly, September 5, from 10:30 AM to 12 PM EDT in Ballroom A of the Hyatt Regency Savannah.