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When Hip Problems Hit


​ Do you remember the last time you got up without making a noise? Chances are, if you cannot remember what it was like to move without discomfort or pain, you may be living with arthritis in your hip. Hip arthritis is a widespread condition that develops in the ball-and-socket hip joint that connects your lower pelvis and leg. When arthritis in th...
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Burning, Tingling and Pain


​ Many people think that diabetes is a painless condition, save for a finger prick here and there to test blood sugar. This is not actually the case at all. Diabetes can be quite painful for the millions of people living with diabetic peripheral neuropathy and the discomfort of tingling toes or burning feet. Diabetic neuropathy is not just unpleasa...
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Lupus in the Light


​ In recent months, the public has heard how pop singer Selena Gomez has struggled with the effects of lupus and how she has found ways to manage her condition. Gomez, along with stars including Lady Gaga, Nick Cannon and Toni Braxton, has brought light to the autoimmune disease and how it affects the body - and the mind. Lupus has no cure, and con...
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Beyond Hot Flashes


​ Alzheimer's disease. It's an increasingly common condition and a growing concern in this country and around the world. Researchers across the globe work diligently toward finding a cure for the condition, while other researchers are working to understand the cause. While some theories about why Alzheimer's develops include exposure to environment...
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Dr. Johnson Says Relax


Does it seem like we hear more about autoimmune diseases today than we did 10 or 20 years ago? It also appears that more and more people are being diagnosed each year, along with new autoimmune conditions being discovered, too. Statistics from the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association now estimate that nearly 50 million people (roughly 2...
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A Surprising Finding of Fat


​ An investigation by University of Michigan researchers reveals new insight into why shoulder injuries take a long time to heal. Specifically, the researchers focused on why rotator cuff injuries tend to accumulate fatty tissue instead of new muscle. Tears of the rotator cuff, the group of four muscles and tendons that help to stabilize the should...
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Building New Bone


​ The online journal Scientific Reports recently detailed a study from Johns Hopkins Medicine showing support for previous research that a cellular protein signal facilitates the formation of both bone and fat in particular stem cells. The study also shows that this protein signal can be influenced to build bone. The researchers believe that manipu...
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Twenty Years of Research in Regenerative Medicine


​ Although talk of stem cells happened as early as the 1950s and fat stem cells were described in the 1970s, November 1998 was when the world was introduced to the true potential of stem cell therapy. There is no doubt these tiny cells have changed medicine significantly. The revelation also opened the door for more research regarding other types o...
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Keep It Moving


​ Scleroderma, also known as systemic sclerosis, is a chronic connective tissue disease that causes the hardening of the blood vessels, skin and other connective tissues over time. When skin and connective tissues harden, it can make moving - and especially exercising - painful, uncomfortable or downright impossible. So, how can people with sclerod...
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Not Just for the Famous


​ Quarterbacks always have to be ready for the next hit, and Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is no different. Tannehill recently revealed that he isn't taking any chances; he has banked stem cells in the Grand Cayman Islands for future use in healing injuries. Tannehill, 30, who was drafted in 2012 by the Dolphins, is no stranger to injur...
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Not Just About the Clot


​ At the Innovations Stem Cell Center, three things are at the heart of most of what we do: fat, stem cells and platelet-rich plasma. Why do we love these things so much? Well, because they are potent healers found right in our own bodies. We talk a lot about the power of stem cells to heal and the benefits of fat. But what about platelets? What Ar...
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Don't Forget About Vitamin D


​ Many individuals living with diabetes also suffer from a complication of their condition known as diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy is characterized by pain, aching, burning and numbness, which for many individuals is unrelenting. These side effects can make day-to-day living difficult. Diabetic neuropathy can also damage the sk...
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A Lasting Impression


​ Are stem cells using injuries as practice for future healing? Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Brigham and Women's Hospital say it is possible. Stem cells, the cells on which all of the body's tissues are built, have long been considered "blank slates" by researchers. But, recent studies have shown that these cells cou...
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Fact or Fiction?


​ Interstitial cystitis is a condition that most people know nothing about. Heck, even most people living with the disease don't know everything about it. It doesn't help that there are dozens of myths about the condition and a myriad of treatments that muddy the waters, too. Innovations Stem Cell Center can help clear up confusion about interstiti...
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Gout, Gout, Let It All Out


​ Swollen joints? Pain? Stiffness when you move? Inflammation? Is it gout? Maybe. Or is it rheumatoid arthritis? Could be. RA and gout are two different types of arthritis with different causes and different treatments, but they have very similar symptoms. Here are a few ways to tell them apart. What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis is...
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A Diagnosis That Changes Everything


​ Living with diabetes means blood sugar checks, watching what you eat, insulin injections and an increased risk of developing painful peripheral neuropathy. It also means you have a higher chance of having a heart attack or a stroke than individuals who are not living with diabetes. If you're a woman and you have diabetes, your risk is even higher...
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Don't Shoulder the Pain!


​ Are you living with nagging pain in your shoulder that just won't go away? Or does it go away for a bit with meds, ice and rest, but comes back eventually? Is it keeping you up at night or keeping you from doing your favorite activities? If the pain in your rotator cuff just won't quit and you feel like you want to give up - don't! Instead, call ...
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Could Back Pain Be Something More Serious?


​ When you think about osteoarthritis, you probably think about how it affects joints such as the hips, knees, hands and fingers. But did you know that this degenerative joint condition can also change your spine? Many people living with chronic lower back pain suffer silently without knowing that their discomfort is caused by the breakdown of the ...
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Stem Cell Research May Mean More Treatment for Myelin Diseases


​ New findings from Case Western Reserve regarding brain stem cells may yield explanations for the development of conditions that affect myelin in the human body. Myelin is a fatty substance made up of proteins and phospholipids that serves as a protective sheath, or covering, over many of the body's nerve fibers. In addition to providing protectio...
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Stem Cells Stay Powerful Despite Age


​ Does the age of the stem cells matter when it comes to treatment? No, according to new research. This discovery is a significant step in stem cell research for two reasons: It shows that adult stem cells are as potent as embryonic stem cells, and it shows that no matter your age, you can still benefit from the regenerative and healing power of yo...
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