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Putting Off a Knee Replacement? Try Regenerative Treatment Instead

Does it hurt to walk? Does going up a flight of stairs seem impossible? Exercising is a no-go? If you’re struggling with day-to-day living because of...

Inflammation: What’s Diet Got to Do with It?

Inflammation gets a bad rap; while it can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful, it is the body’s natural defense against damage, irritation and illness. It also...

Research Shows Stem Cells Revert to Basic State When Confined

As the most basic building blocks of the body, stem cells have the unique ability to develop into many different types of cells. This critical factor...

Cancer Treatment May Also Help Symptoms of COPD

A drug treatment used for certain cancers may have an additional benefit: protection against lung injury caused by cigarettes. A study published ahead of print in...

Advancing Lupus Research

The Lupus Foundation of America has partnered with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institutes of Health, to fund a...

Research Shows Promise for New Muscular Dystrophy Treatments

A new process developed by researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School may mean a new treatment for individuals living with muscular dystrophy. The project...

The 411 on Fat

Fat is not a glamorous topic. Many people don’t want to talk about it, want to get rid of it, and more often than not, it’s...

Limit Lupus Flares with Healthy Foods

An unhealthy diet can have negative implications beyond an increasingly bigger waistline. If you have an autoimmune condition, eating unhealthy foods can cause flareups and can...

Working Out May Reduce Osteoarthritis Pain

If you are living with osteoarthritis, the last thing you probably want to think about is exercising. It may sound uncomfortable, painful or downright impossible because...

The Causes of COPD

You probably know that if you smoke, you are at risk of developing conditions such as lung cancer or high blood pressure, but did you know...

Pesticide Exposure May Mean an Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease for Some

A new study from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, has revealed how exposure to pesticides can mean an increased risk of developing Parkinson’s disease...

Insight Into APOE4 and Alzheimer’s Disease

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have begun new research into APOE4, a variant of the APOE gene known to cause early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. APOE is the...

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