Can Stem Cells be Used to Treat Lupus?


Under normal circumstances, your body’s immune system protects you from germs, bacteria, and viruses. However, when a person is diagnosed with Lupus or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, their body can’t differentiate between the good and the bad and mistakenly attacks its own healthy tissues and organs. The symptoms of this autoimmune disease vary from person to […]

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Muscular Dystrophy: Can Stem Cell Treatment Help?

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Muscular Dystrophy (MD) is a genetic condition that causes the muscles in your body to weaken and degenerate over time. There are several types of Muscular Dystrophies that can occur, like Becker’s Muscular Dystrophy, Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, etc. Of these, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) is known to be the most fatal one. However, researchers are […]

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About To Be Daddy? Know How to Bond With Your Unborn Baby? – Fathers’ Day

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As a would-be-mummy, since the time of conception, you share a special relation with your baby snuggled inside your womb. But, as a would-be-daddy, we know that you’re not a spectator merely. You are as emotionally involved with her happiness and pain, and, want to establish a beautiful bond with the unborn baby, just like […]

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Treatment for Sickle Cell Has Found a Destination With Baby Stem Cells

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This is the story about Kamsiyochukwu Bryan Peter Ezenwa   Kamsiyochukwu was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anaemia, when he was two. As a part of conventional treatment, the child went through blood transfusion and other kinds of medical treatment methods, leaving the child further deteriorated in health. Unable to see Kamsiyochukwu in pain, the child’s […]

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Easy Ways to Soothe Your Irritable Uterus


Untimely contractions are natural during pregnancy. The problem starts when the frequency of the contraction increases. Sometimes, you may feel an unnatural tightening of the uterus. This could be the handiwork of an irritable uterus. In this condition, you’ll notice that your contractions are stronger and more frequent than Braxton-Hicks contractions as well. However, they […]

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