Breaking The Mystery of Stem Cells

Joanne P. Shelby-Klein, BSN, RN Stem Cells, all human beings and animals have them, but what are they and what can they do? Stem Cells are the forerunners or building blocks of all cells in the human body. They are able to reproduce themselves to replace or fix the…

Advice for Changing Habits and Improving Consistency

[icon name=”user” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Hasina Akhter, Ph.D Kicking bad habits and sticking on the right ones could be difficult if you are not that much determined. Habits that are not doing anything good to your life are bad or unwanted habits. Those could be overeating or addiction to…

Repairing Myelin as an Element in the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

By Sandy Hayes, PhD Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative neurological disease in which cells of the immune system invade and attack the central nervous system (CNS). A major target of this attack is myelin, the protective insulation surrounding axons (nerve fibers) that facilitates the rapid transmission of nerve impulses…

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