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What are the long term effects of Covid-19? What Role Stem Cells Play

COVID-19 has been a pandemic that has completely changed the world. The virus has changed the way that people live their lives and has severely impacted many patient’s quality of life. At the start of the pandemic, many experts believed that the virus would cause many problems in patients, but that those symptoms would eventually clear up once a patient recovers. That has not always been the case.

What is NK Cell Therapy? How you can improve your Natural Killer Cells

The immune system is an extremely important, but complex system. The immune system fights off various pathogens and keeps patients alive. One piece of the immune system is a group of cells called natural killer cells. No, natural killer cells are not as deadly as they sound. They actually play an important role in the immune system and help keep you alive.

What is the safest treatment for rheumatoid arthritis? Stem Cell ...

Arthritis can come in many shapes and forms. One of the most common forms of arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis. This chronic condition is an autoimmune disorder where the body is attacking itself. There are about 1.3 million people living with rheumatoid arthritis just in the United States. The condition disproportionately affects women; with more than 75% of patients being women. 

How can I improve my gut health? The Role Stem Cells Play in Healing

The medical community once thought that the gut was an incredibly simple system that was easy to understand. The original thought was that the digestive system was only responsible for absorbing the nutrients in food, while discarding the parts of the food that have no use. That thought has completely changed over the past 100 years or so. The medical community now understands what role the gut plays in several key areas.

How do you reset your dopamine levels? Role Stem Cells Can Play NOW

Depression and addiction are two of the most common psychological disorders today. More than 40 million Americans are affected by depression and more than 21 million Americans have at least one addiction. These disorders can greatly affect a patient’s quality of life. Addiction and depression can completely change how people act and live their entire lives. Finding treatments for these disorders is imperative to improve the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world.

What is the best treatment for menopause? How Stem Cells are an option

Most women will go through menopause at some point in their lives. The change in function of the ovaries is generally natural. Menopause usually occurs between the ages of 49 and 52, but some women will experience menopause before the age of 45. When that happens, the condition is known as early menopause.

What is Depression? How Stem Cells are Changing the Treatment Protocol

Depression is more prevalent than ever throughout all societies in the world. About 264 million people suffer from depression around the world. There are about 17 million people who suffered from a depressive episode yearly. Two times as many women as men will suffer from major depressive disorder. Psychological disorders are often not taken as seriously as physical disorders as they are not visible to the human eye.

What is the treatment of choice for PTSD? Stem Cells are Now an Option

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental disorder that affects a patient after experiencing or witnessing a shocking, terrifying, and/or dangerous event. In the United States about 9% of people will develop PTSD over the course of their lives. The disorder can result in a dramatic drop in the quality of life of patients as they may struggle to return to their everyday life after the experience.

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