Low blood sugar in diabetics leads to retinopathy & eye disease

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, Research

People with metabolic diseases such as diabetes type 1 or II who suffer periods of low blood sugar are more prone to develop diabetic eye damage. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have found that low blood sugar levels results in activation of a biochemical pathway in oxygen-starved retinal cells. The research used entire retinas that were cultured in a low …


What are Humans Made Of? Common Elements in Human Body

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, Research

Our body functions like a finely tuned well-oiled machine and is very intricate and remarkable. It takes many moving components to keep a person alive and well, and just 21 chemical elements drive every biological aspect of our bodies, from the common tasks to the spectacular.      Only 21 of the Earth’s 118 elements are present in a healthy human …

Thailand medical tourism

Physical & Mental Health Benefits of Traveling

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, Research

According to recent research findings, tourism may soon be recognized as an intervention for dementia since it offers an experience comparable to cognitive stimulation treatments now in use. People often connect vacationing with feelings of revitalization and renewal, providing a much-needed escape from the pressures of day-to-day living. There is no denying that travel may provide one-of-a-kind, thrilling experiences: The …

Brain Fog: Solutions to Help You Improve Concentration

Understanding Brain Fog Symptoms & How to Clear Brain Fog Fast

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, Research

‘Brain fog’ is a colloquial term used to describe the feeling of being scatter-brained, confused, forgetful or mentally impaired. “Where did I leave my keys?“ When we reach “a certain age,” we all have these moments. Some people call it brain cloud; some call it brain fog but most people just accept it as part of getting older. But, is …


Potential of Reprogramming Stem Cells from Adult Tissue

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, Induced pluripotent stem cells‎, Research

If stem cells are used to treat diseases such as Heart Failure and crohns, we must understand how the genes are turned on and off in our cells. By studying stem cells and gametes, we can understand how the genes are regulated by so-called epigenetic mechanisms when they give rise to new cell types. During the development from stem cell …


Risk of Heart-disease soars after COVID – even in mild cases

Stem Cell Regeneration Center Blog, COVID, Research

A new study about the long-term effects of COVID has shown a substantial rise in the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart attack and brain strokes, after a SARS-CoV-2 infection. These findings show that even fully vaccinated patients with very mild cases of COVID-19 from omicron subvariant can increase the risk of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease for at least …