Childhood Prodigy Suffering from Sickle Cell Finds Hope in Cord Blood

Childhood Prodigy Suffering from Sickle Cell Finds Hope in Cord Blood

  • By Benjamin Greene
  • Posted 2/22/2018 11:15:57 AM

Caesar Sant is something of a childhood prodigy. He started playing the violin at two years old, and amazed his instructors with his prowess on the stringed instrument. At four, he could do third-grade math and speak six languages. By five, however, the sickle cell disease, which he had been diagnosed with at birth, was taking its toll. Caesar suffered three strokes, and the last had left him unable to play the violin or even walk.


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37 Possible Treatments for Pregnancy Stretch Marks

37 Possible Treatments for Pregnancy Stretch Marks

  • By Benjamin Greene
  • Posted 2/14/2018 4:28:31 PM

Most researchers and moms would agree that there is no cure-all for stretch marks, but there is some clinical evidence available that shows the signs of stretch marks can be reduced. Let’s take a look at stretch marks, what causes them and how we could possibly minimize their effects.


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