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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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Why Is Stem Cell Therapy Increasing in Popularity?


​ Stem cell therapy using the patient's own fat is a regenerative medical treatment that puts stem cells to work repairing tissues damaged by illness, injury and aging. The interest in using stem cell therapy is growing across the country - but why? Find out more from Innovations Stem Cell. Why Stem Cells? Stem cells are the most basic building blo...
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End Migraine Pain


​ According to statistics from Migraine.com, more than 38 million Americans suffer from the severe pain and uncomfortable symptoms of migraine headaches. Migraines can be debilitating, and for many people, symptoms and triggers can vary significantly. Find out more about common migraine symptoms and triggers in this blog. Migraine Symptoms The most...
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New Treatment Potential for Osteoarthritis Revealed by USC Study


​ New stem cell research from the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine Stem Cell laboratory may mean new treatments for osteoarthritis. More than 30 million Americans are living with arthritis, and more than 3 million individuals receive the diagnosis each year. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis diagnosed in...
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Get Back to Golf


​ Do you jump at the chance for an early tee time? Is golf your favorite way to exercise and relieve stress? If so, you should probably stop and read this. While golf is a no-impact sport, that doesn't mean there are no injuries associated with the game. Injuries from stress and overuse of muscles and joints can leave you in pain and off the links ...
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September Is World Alzheimer's Month


September is World Alzheimer's Month, an annual campaign organized by Alzheimer's Disease International to raise awareness of the disease and to eliminate the stigma surrounding the condition and other forms of dementia. This year's event marks the seventh World Alzheimer's Month. The movement plays a critical part in educating people around the gl...
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At Risk of Developing Diabetic Ulcers?


​ People living with diabetes must not only be concerned about managing their blood sugar, but they also must pay special attention to their feet. This is because people with diabetes have a higher risk (as much as 25 times greater) of developing an infection than people without diabetes. Infection may lead to tissue death and possible amputation. ...
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Take Time Out to Learn About TBIs


​ Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be deadly and devastating, and life for those who sustain these injuries may never be the same. National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month is observed each September to increase awareness about preventing and treating TBIs. The Innovations Stem Cell Center treats patients living with TBIs and other neurolo...
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Can Food Cause Flares for Interstitial Cystitis Sufferers?


​ When you think about dealing with your interstitial cystitis, you probably think about your bladder first and not your stomach - or your diet. While it is true that your bladder plays the primary role in your condition, food sensitivities can make your condition worse. Although foods affect people differently, there are a few that tend to be prob...
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New Stem Cell Study Shows Promise for Spinal Cord Injuries


​ Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have created neural stem cells that may help to treat spinal cord injuries. The project has created neural stem cells from human pluripotent stem cells. Pluripotent stem cells can differentiate into all the cells found in the three primary layers of the body. These layers c...
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Don't Live With Lichen Sclerosis


​ Ever hear of lichen sclerosis? Probably not. This is because this rare skin condition only affects between 1 and 3 percent of the world's population. Lichen sclerosis is also not something people commonly talk about in everyday conversation because the condition can be uncomfortable, painful and embarrassing. If you're living with lichen sclerosi...
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Stem Cells for Skin Quality


​ Stem cells can do a lot of things - they can heal damaged tissue, reduce inflammation and restore function to damaged tissues. Did you know that stem cells can also improve your skin's quality and reduce the signs of aging? Innovations Stem Cell Center offers fat stem cell therapy for not only a wide array of medical conditions, but also for powe...
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Factors for Increased Risk of Developing an Autoimmune Disease


​ According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA), nearly 24 million Americans are living with an autoimmune disease. Since many autoimmune diseases have a wide range of symptoms and look like other medical conditions, many of these individuals are living undiagnosed or are struggling to get a diagnosis. Searching for answ...
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Peripheral Neuropathy: A Serious Side Effect of Kidney Disease


​ When most people think about peripheral nerve pain, they probably immediately relate it to diabetes. While unmanaged diabetes can cause peripheral neuropathy, another condition is also a significant contributor to its development: kidney disease. The American Kidney Fund estimates that around 31 million people are living with chronic kidney disea...
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Missing the Signs of Myasthena Gravis?


​ Myasthenia gravis is a rare autoimmune condition affecting about 20 people per 100,000 around the world. The disease is more common in women under the age of 40 and men over the age of 60 but can affect people at any age. Myasthenia gravis develops when communication between the nerves and muscles breaks down. The condition is characterized by we...
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Learning More About APOE4 and Alzheimer's Disease


Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have started in-depth research of APOE4, a variant of the APOE gene. APOE is a gene that provides instruction to produce the protein apolipoprotein E. The apolipoprotein combines with fats found in the body to create molecules known as lipoproteins. These molecules carry fats, cholesterol a...
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Age May Not Matter for Stem Cell Donors


Stem cells collected from elderly donors function with the same ability as embryonic stem cells, according to a study performed by The Charité – Universitätsmedizin Hospital in Berlin, Europe's largest university clinic. The study findings were published in Frontiers of Cardiovascular Medicine. The study shows that induced pluripotent stem cells (i...
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Thinking About Stem Cell Therapy?


​ Although it is often in the news, stem cell therapy is not new. In fact, the interest in stem cell therapy began over 60 years ago with the first bone marrow transplant in 1956. In recent years, stem cell therapy has advanced considerably, and now it may seem as if every day there is a discovery or new application of stem cells to treat an injury...
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Waking Up Sleeping Stem Cells May Mean New Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease


A new stem cell discovery by researchers at the University of Cambridge may mean the ability to repair brain injuries and Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive condition that causes mental deterioration and cognitive impairment. The condition typically occurs during middle or old age. The Alzheimer's Association estimates that 5...
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