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Live Long and Live Healthy


​ Are you trying to grow old gracefully? What about growing old healthily? Advances in medicine have increased life expectancy, and if people are living longer than ever, why not also live healthily? Here are seven strategies from the Innovations Stem Cell Center designed to ensure you're getting the most out of your life for as long as possible. 1...
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Mutations in Muscle Stem Cells Cause Weakness During Aging


​ In a new study published in Nature Communications, Swedish researchers report that genetic mutations in muscle stem cells can prevent cell regeneration. The discovery by researchers at the Karolinska Institutet may mean new medications and treatments to help build stronger muscles even later in life. Age affects every part of the body - skin qual...
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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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Exercising Can Help Reduce Pain of Osteoarthritis


​ Are you one of 31 million adults living with the degenerative joint condition osteoarthritis? If so, you know that your condition often leaves you in pain that limits your movements and keeps you from living the active lifestyle you want. But, did you know that exercising can also help relieve your joint pain and strengthen muscles supporting art...
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Versus Osteoarthritis


​ Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis - they're the same thing, right? No, actually they are two very different conditions despite their similar names and symptoms. Innovations Stem Cell Center treats both rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis with fat stem cell therapy. How Are Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Different? These two con...
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Find Out About Fat


​ Most people try to get rid of it or cover it up. No one wants to talk about it. It is not considered very attractive. What is it? It's fat. While fat is often a taboo topic, it is something worth talking about. Why? Because fat has the power to heal. Innovations Stem Cell Center uses fat stem cells in all of our stem cell therapy treatments. The ...
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Smoking: The Connection to COPD


​ According to the American Lung Association, over 11 million Americans are living with COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. COPD is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Nearly 90 percent of people living with COPD are smokers or former smokers - but what is the connection between smoking and COPD? How Does Smoking Caus...
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Inflammation Information


Have you suffered an injury from sports or exercise or are you experiencing pain because of osteoarthritis or an autoimmune condition? When you are injured or ill, it can, of course, be painful, but it can also be frustrating because it keeps you from being active. One of the reasons it keeps you off your feet or on the sidelines is inflammation, t...
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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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Diabetes: Beyond the Pancreas


In 2017, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that more than 100 million Americans are living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes or are pre-diabetic and at risk for serious health problems. Type 1 diabetes is a condition that occurs when the immune system attacks the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas, leaving sufferers una...
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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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The Impact of Stress on People Living with MS


​ Researchers have known for years that stress can negatively affect health; it can raise blood pressure, increase the risk of obesity and depression, and cause gastrointestinal issues. Stress can also severely impact individuals who are living with autoimmune diseases, especially individuals who are living with multiple sclerosis. What Causes Mult...
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Stem Cells Can Boost Liposuction Benefits


You likely already know that Innovations Stem Cell Center uses adipose fat stem cell therapy to treat patients living with a wide range of medical conditions: neurological injuries and disease, autoimmune conditions, and orthopedic injuries, to name a few. But did you know that Innovations Stem Cell Center also uses stem cells to improve the result...
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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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