Protein Potential

A new research study from Johns Hopkins Medicine shows the potential of using a cellular protein signal known as WISP-1 to create new bone cells to speed up the healing of bone injuries and potentially prevent bone loss. Learn about how personal cells can help musculoskeletal injuries by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell at 844-903-7275.

Betting on Beta Cells

Scientists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis say they may have found a new way to use stem cells to treat people living with diabetes. Learn about the benefits of personal cells from Park Avenue Stem Cell for diabetes and other autoimmune conditions.

New Neurons Needed?

Researchers at the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) of TU Dresden may have the key to new treatments for neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and ALS. Find out the benefits of personal cell therapy by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell at 844-903-7275 for a consultation.

Sick of Living in the Bathroom?

Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel condition that does not just affect the digestive system or make sufferers have to go to the bathroom frequently. Learn more about this autoimmune disease and how flares and symptoms can be reduced by calling Park Avenue Stem Cell Center at 888-386-4751 for more information.

Fact or Fiction?

Almost 60 percent of men begin losing their hair by the time they turn 60 – not because they want to, of course. In fact, most...

Keep It in Check

If you are living with type 1 diabetes, you know how much time it takes to manage your blood sugar: checking the levels, making adjustments and...

Consequences of Concussions

Former Atlanta Falcon Tom Green shocked the NFL and fans when he announced in November his recent diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. Green’s revelation...

A New Way to Build Muscle

Scientists at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston have created a new line of stem cells to learn more about how stem cells...

Cells Under Pressure

Scientists have uncovered what determines the fate of immature cells in the pancreas. The discovery could mean new treatments for individuals with type 1 diabetes. The...

Plant Power

Parkinson’s disease researchers are studying how a natural compound found in some plants protects dopaminergic neurons. In trials performed on mice, researchers found that the compound,...

Reducing the Risk of Rejection

A new study by researchers at Columbia University suggests that the human intestine could provide up to 10 percent of blood cells in circulation in the...

Stop and Pay Attention

The average age of Parkinson’s disease diagnosis is 60, but many individuals begin exhibiting signs of the neurological condition much younger than that. But, why do...


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