Thursday, June 01, 2006

Incontinence - Injecting Stem Cells From A Woman's Own Muscle May Effectively


Injecting Stem Cells From A Woman's Own Muscle May Effectively
Science Daily (press release) - May 30, 2006 In the first clinical study of its kind in North America, women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) were treated using muscle-derived stem cell injections

Tips to aid a common problem
USA Weekend - May 26, 2006 IF YOU HAVE bladder control problems, or urinary incontinence, try keeping in mind the phrase "DON'T LEAK." It will help you remember what can improve bladder

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Daily Sun, Nigeria - May 27, 2006 Gynecology. Others ailments we treat are stroke, cerebral palsy, Urinary, incontinence, low back pain, arthritis and so on. As much

Health briefs
Newark Star Ledger, USA - May 29, 2006 New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging, part of the school of osteopathic medicine, will explain "Successful Strategies for Managing Urinary Incontinence.".

More caesareans mean more illness, death, study finds
Ottawa Citizen, Canada - May 29, 2006 The operation is also thought to reduce the risk of urinary incontinence and "sexual dissatisfaction, (thus) increasing its appeal," write Dr. Jose Villar

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