Hopefully this doesn’t alarm you but there are statistics that show pregnant women are more likely to be in a car accident. Don’t panic though, this is mainly attributed to fatigue, dizzy spells and being unfocused. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t drive but there are some safety driving tips for pregnant women that you should be aware of.
It has been an exciting year for stem cell research, with several ground-breaking trials being completed. These projects have further demonstrated the therapeutic value of stem cells and indicate that more breakthroughs may happen in the near future.
To help you understand the types of discoveries which are being made, here are 5 recent ground-breaking trials using cord blood stem cells.
Trisomy can lead to a wide range of problems, including premature birth or even worse so it’s crucial to make sure you find a good and reliable prenatal test, in order to see if your child has any chance of trisomy. A good way to do that is to perform the NIPT test. Find out why pregnant women should take NIPT:
Stem cell research has progressed at a rapid pace in the past few decades. Scientists have discovered that umbilical cord blood is a particularly rich source of stem cells and that cord blood can be used to treat many conditions. To give you an understanding of the capabilities of cord blood stem cells, this article will take a look at the history of cord blood and how it might be used in the future.
Stroke is one of the world’s most common health conditions, with an estimated 1 in 4 adults over the age of 25 experiencing one in their lifetime. It is a potentially life threatening event and about 5.5 million people die from stoke each year.
In 2018, the 60-year-old father of Lucie Pínová was one of the unlucky people affected by stroke. He wasn’t found until 8 hours after the stroke had occurred. Once he was discovered, he was quickly rushed to a hospital near Brno, Czech Republic.
A new clinical trial suggests that cord blood stem cells may help the sickest COVID-19 patients survive. Researchers have discovered that severely ill patients who received two intravenous doses of stem cells three days apart had a much greater chance of survival compared to other patients.
Senior researcher Dr. Camillo Ricordi, director of the Diabetes Research Institute and Cell Transplant Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, described the results as ‘spectacular’.
Over the past 30 years, stem cell therapy has been used to save the lives of thousands of people suffering from life-threatening illnesses. To help you understand the incredible impact of this remarkable form of medicine, here are 5 amazing success stories involving the use of cord blood stem cells to treat cancer.
February is Prenatal Infection Prevention Month, an observance to promote the awareness of infections transmitted from the mother to the baby. If you are pregnant or planning to have a baby in the future, it is important to learn about prenatal infection prevention. Prenatal infections are maternal infections which can be passed to the foetus through the placenta during pregnancy.
Some of these infections can be very serious and may cause premature delivery, miscarriage or stillbirth. This article will examine the causes of the most common prenatal infections, look at some warning signs and explain the most important recommendations for prenatal infection prevention.