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Stress Happens. Stop It for Your Health.

Researchers believe chronic stress may be the cause of an increase in autoimmune disorders. Learn about the effects of chronic stress on the immune system and how personal cell therapy can help reduce the effects of flares for those living with autoimmune diseases.

Spice It Up for Joint Health

Can a spicy diet help reduce the pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis? Find out how spices and seasonings can help reduce pain and inflammation and find out the benefits of personal cell therapy from Park Avenue Stem Cell by calling 917-746-7908 today.

Not Just for Athletes

The Los Angeles Rams' star running back, Todd Gurley, has struggled with nagging knee pain and injury off and on since 2015. But he now may have a solution that does not involve surgery: personal stem cells. Find out the benefits of personal cell therapy for joint pain or dysfunction by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell at 917-746-7908.

Not Just About Hot Flashes

New researchers suggest that menopause could make women more susceptible to developing Alzheimer’s disease, a condition that causes progressive mental deterioration. Learn how personal stem cells may benefit men and women living with Alzheimer's disease by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell today at 917-746-7908.

Changing It Up

Researchers at the University of Bergen in Norway have successfully shown the ability to change human alpha cells to insulin-producing beta cells. The researchers believe that their study shows promise in treating those living with type 1 diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, cancer and other medical conditions.

Gut Instincts

A recent study has found that one kind of bacteria, Ruminococcus gnavus, may be a trigger for developing lupus, an autoimmune condition that affects different tissues of the body. Learn about the effects of lupus and how personal cell therapy can help by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell today at 917-746-7908.

Mixed Muscle Messages

Researchers at the University of Michigan reveal a reason why rotator cuff injuries develop fatty accumulation and take longer to heal than injuries to other muscles. Find out about the impacts of rotator cuff injuries and how personal cell therapy from Park Avenue Stem Cell may help.

What If It Is? What If It Isn’t?

Have you noticed swollen joints and stiffness when you move? Pain in a particular area? Redness or inflammation? It could be rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune condition....

Fight Against Flares

If you have an autoimmune condition, winter is likely not your favorite season. Not necessarily because you hate cold weather, but more than likely because of...

Skip the Spaghetti?

Is your diet contributing to your osteoarthritis? Maybe so, according to researchers at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. A recent study from the OMRF shows that...

Missing the Signs?

Take a deep breath. Can you do it with ease, or is it difficult? If you’re struggling to take a deep breath, or if you’re having...

A Mighty Molecule

Researchers at the University of Chicago say that Sephin1, a molecule derived from a drug used to treat multiple sclerosis, could help delay damage to myelin tissue caused by the disease. Learn about how multiple sclerosis affects the body and how personal cell therapy from Park Avenue Stem Cell can help.

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