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February 13, 2017

 

Bio Uni: Bone Transplant Saves April’s Knee

Chronic knee problems are not only an issue for the middle-aged. Now, there’s a new option for young adults with knee pain

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Stem Cells Treat Baldness with PRP

 

Americans spend between one and four billion dollars a year treating hair loss, but a new clinical study is offering hope

 

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Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the U.S. Now, a therapy that has been used in eye surgery and to heal the skin of burn victims is being used for the first time in knees

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A Pill for Food Allergies: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

For people with life-threatening food allergies, the Epi-Pen is the first line of treatment. But what if a pill could one day replace the needle?

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Fixing Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

It’s a very painful condition and can limit a person’s everyday activities. But early diagnosis and treatment can help patients suffering from frozen shoulder syndrome

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Quote of the week:

“Maybe … children just want whatever it is they don’t get. And then they grow up and give their children what they wanted, be it silence or information, affection or independence – so that child, in turn, craves something else.” 

— Laura Moriarty

 

 

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