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New Answers About ALS May Yield Treatments

A new research study from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and North Carolina State University may lead to breakthrough treatments for people with...

Improving Outcomes for Stroke Patients

Individuals who experience an ischemic stroke and do not receive an intravenous alteplase medication designed to dissolve blood clots face a higher risk of death, according...

Meniscal Tears Get a Leg Up From Stem Cells

A revolutionary “living bandage” made from stem cells may make treating meniscus tears much easier. The stem cell bandage, called the Cell Bandage, was designed and...

Potential New Cause of IBD Found

Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have discovered a genetic protection against the development of inflammatory bowel disease and a potential new treatment...

New Heart Attack Medication May Be Risky

Taking anti-inflammatory drugs may cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes, according to a study by Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School. Researchers...

DNA May Hold Clues for Treating Muscular Dystrophy

A discovery by University of Pennsylvania researchers may lead to new treatments for people with one form of muscular dystrophy. A study by the Perelman School...

Stem Cells Go Major League

Injured Los Angeles Angels pitcher JC Ramirez recently opted for stem cell therapy to repair his injured elbow. The right-handed Ramirez suffered a partial tear in...

These Two Common Conditions Often Linked

Research recently published in Diabetic Medicine shows that over 50 percent of men with diabetes develop erectile dysfunction. The study, conducted by Doctors of Africa Cuamm...

The Global Impact of COPD

A new Global Burden of Disease study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine Journal reports that chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and asthma accounted for 3.6...

Knee Replacement on the Rise in the U.S.

Personal cell therapy is decreasing the need for knee replacements for some individuals. One Man’s Story A recent article published by the Columbus Dispatch highlights the...

Celebrities Are Not Immune to the Pain of Lupus

Nearly a year after announcing on Ellen that she had lupus, singer Selena Gomez recently shared on ABC News her struggle with the disease. Lupus 101...
Is Alzheimer’s Treatment of Injecting Stem Cells Into the Brain a Breakthrough or Quackery?

Is Alzheimer’s Treatment of Injecting Stem Cells Into the Brain a Breakthrough or Quackery?

“More than eight years after his brain went foggy, four years after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and tow years since he began an innovative...

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