Stephan Mayer, director of neurocritical treatment at Mount Sinai Wellness System in New York City. Mayer, who was simply not involved in the new research, said that we have known for many years that untreated high blood circulation pressure is the most important cause of bleeding in to the brain. In their research, Rosand’s team tracked outcomes for a lot more than 1,100 people who suffered an intracerebral hemorrhage – – a type of stroke where bleeding occurs directly into the brain. All the patients survived at least 3 months. They were adopted for 37 months and got their blood pressure examined at three, six, nine and 12 months, and every half a year then. Through the follow-up, 146 recurrent bleeding strokes were documented among the patients. The rate of a second hemorrhage was higher among those whose blood pressure was not under control, the study showed.The bishops’ conference continues to study that 383-page amendment’s implications from the perspective of all the bishops’ moral concerns – – safety of lifestyle and conscience, affordable access to health care, and fairness to immigrants. We will continue to work vigorously for authentic health care reform that clearly reflects these fundamental concepts because such reform is normally a public good, moral essential and urgent national priority. The previous day a longer declaration, signed by Cardinal DiNardo, addressed the bishops’ issues.