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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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New Diabetes Breakthrough May Mean New Treatments


New research may mean advancements in treatment options for individuals living with type 1 diabetes. Researchers from the Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have identified the existence of stem cells in the pancreas that can be developed into beta cells that are responsive to glucose. The study address...
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Living with Lupus May Mean Changes in Diet


If you're living with lupus, you likely already know there are many things that can cause you to experience a flare-up. Stress, illness and environmental factors all contribute to an increase in symptoms. But did you know that an unhealthy diet can also be a trigger of lupus flares? Fatty Foods Foods high in cholesterol, trans fat and saturated fat...
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Sore and Sleepy from Rotator Cuff Pain? Try These Tips


If you are living with a rotator cuff injury, you already know that it is often difficult to get comfortable, especially at bedtime. One of the most common complaints we hear at Innovations Stem Cells from individuals living with rotator cuff injuries is that sleeping is painful, frustrating and difficult. Here are some tips that may help you be mo...
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Stem Cell Therapy: An Alternative to Knee Replacement Surgery


It's getting harder to walk or climb stairs. Exercising is seemingly impossible, and some days even getting out of a chair or out of bed hurts. Pain medications have stopped working. Anti-inflammatories and steroid injections helped short term, but you still feel pain. You also feel frustration and anxiety in the face of knee replacement surgery. Y...
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Cold Weather and COPD Don't Mix


Have you been diagnosed with COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? If so, you may find that winter is one of the hardest times of the year for managing your condition. Cold weather combined with germs that cause respiratory illness can make your symptoms flare up and make it even harder for you to breathe. Innovations Stem Cell Center can...
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Stem Cells and Scleroderma


Results from a recent study performed by Duke University show that stem cell therapy may prove to be a highly effective treatment option for people with scleroderma. According to the Scleroderma Foundation, approximately 300,000 people in the U.S. are living with the condition. Scleroderma is an autoimmune condition caused an overactive immune syst...
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Get a Face-Lift Without Surgery!


Stem cells have the powerful ability to regenerate without limit and repair damaged tissue. Not only are stem cells beneficial for healing damaged joints, nerves and organs, but they are also valuable in treating skin damaged by age, prolonged exposure to the sun and pollution from environmental factors. The Stem Cell Face-Lift offered by Innovatio...
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Spinal Cord Study Shows Promise


A recent study by the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has shown the potential of stem cells to treat spinal cord injuries. Statistics from the World Health Organization show that 500,000 people around the world suffer a spinal cord injury each year. The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center reports that in the U.S., 170,000 spinal ...
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Scleroderma Has No Cure, But Stem Cells Can Help


Scleroderma is an autoimmune condition that affects between 75,000 and 100,000 Americans. There is no cure for scleroderma or any other autoimmune disease, but adipose fat stem cell therapy from Innovations Stem Cell can help relieve painful inflammation and other uncomfortable symptoms. What Is Scleroderma? Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease tha...
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The Impact of Cold Weather on Arthritis


If you have arthritis, you probably know it is going to rain before the weather forecaster does. Stiff and aching joints are a complaint that we hear about often at Innovation Stem Cell Center from our patients living with arthritis. These painful symptoms seem to worsen when the weather turns cold and rainy. Why Do Weather Changes Cause Arthritis ...
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Investigating Injuries, Improving Healing


New research from The Rockefeller University shows that skin forms memories after an injury or inflammatory response, allowing it to heal faster when injured in the future. The researchers found that cuts, burns and other injuries to the skin are experiences that leave long-lasting memories on the stem cells that are responsible for healing the ski...
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Stem Cells Can Help Diabetes-Related Erectile Dysfunction


Did you know that the effects of diabetes go beyond the pancreas? Diabetes impacts organs like the heart and kidneys, causes painful peripheral neuropathy of the legs and feet, and can even impact the vision. Diabetes can also cause erectile dysfunction in men. Dr. Johnson uses stem cell therapy to treat the side effects of diabetes in his patients...
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New Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease May Improve Outcomes


Researchers at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine are beginning human trials to test two treatments that may help prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, and the condition affects over 47 million people around the world. According to ...
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Alzheimer's Disease Is More Than Memory Loss


One in 10 Americans over the age of 65 has Alzheimer's disease. The cause of this debilitating dementia condition is unknown. Alzheimer's destroys memory and cognition and is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Recognizing the signs of Alzheimer's disease and getting early intervention may help to slow the progression of the dise...
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Football Player Wears Experimental Device to Protect Against Concussions


As a linebacker for the Carolina Panthers, Luke Kuechly usually gets noticed for his moves on the field, but he recently made the news because of a new addition to his uniform. The Q Collar Kuechly was recently seen wearing an experimental new device called the Q Collar inside his helmet. The device is designed to protect football players from conc...
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All About Asthma


For the 25 million Americans with asthma, managing multiple medicines and avoiding triggers requires a lot of time, energy, planning and effort. The chronic lung condition can also put a limit on exercise and activity. Asthma can be fatal, and the condition prematurely claims the lives of more than 250,000 people every year. Fortunately, Dr. Johnso...
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