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"Human threads could become off-the-shelf spare blood vessels."

"Human threads could become off-the-shelf spare blood vessels.

It's widely accepted that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease.  The cause of MS is unknown and there is no cure.  But some maverick doctors contend that MS is triggered by an infection which can be treated.  It's believed that a common bacterium, http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/   Chlamydia pneumoniae can infect blood vessels in the b...

Some doctors contend that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is triggered by an infection which could be cured with antibiotics

Research Finds Antioxidants can Protect Against Omega 6 Damage or Promote It

Research Finds Antioxidants can Protect Against Omega 6 Damage or Promote It

Using the plant like scaffolding, scientists built a mini version of a working heart, which may one day aid in tissue regeneration.

Spinach Leaf Transformed Into Beating Human Heart Tissue - Using the plant like scaffolding scientists built a mini version of a working heart which may one day aid in tissue regeneration.

The 10 Best Evidences from Science that Confirm a Young Earth

The 10 Best Evidences from Science that Confirm a Young Earth

In this issue of Answers magazine you’ll read about the Best Evidences from Science that Confirm a Young Earth.

Abu Al-Qasim was an Arabic surgeon, physician, and scientist from Spain. He is considered to be the father of modern surgery because of his medical text, Kitab Al Tasrif. This text profoundly influenced Islamic and European medicine. He specialized in cauterization and amputation and invented or improved over two hundred surgical instruments. rmcloughlin

Al-Andalus ( الأندلس ‎) Abu Al-Qasim AD Abu Al-Qasim, better known to the West as Abulcasis, was an Arabic surgeon, physician, and scientist from Spain

New Neurological Implant Could Let Humans Control Everything from Prosthetics to Computers

New Neurological Implant Could Let Humans Control Everything from Prosthetics to Computers

Medical researchers have created a new minimally invasive brain-machine interface, giving people with spinal cord injuries new hope to walk again with the power of thought.

Fifth Element-style machine prints human flesh

Fifth Element-style machine prints human flesh

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Stem cell research gets huge boost from Australian zebrafish discovery

Stem cell research gets huge boost from Australian zebrafish discovery

Stem cell research gets huge boost from Australian zebrafish discovery Medical breakthrough as researchers uncover the mystery of how hematopoietic stem cells form.

This Revolutionary Membrane Can Keep a Heart Beating Outside of the Body | 3.2014 The new device, a pericardium-like glove, is claimed to be a huge advance and hopes are that it will be approved for use in patients in 10 to 15 years. http://bioengineer.org/revolutionary-membrane-can-keep-heart-beating-perfectly-forever/

Membrane that can keep your heart pumping forever and possibly prevent heart attacks. The membrane has been proven to work on a rabbit heart. Researchers say it should be available for humans in the next years

Human body : 18 amazing facts [infographic] via @tribesports

Many of the most exciting discoveries in all fields of science are being played out in the human body.

18 Amazing Facts About The Human Body (Infographic) - this is the most I've learned about Human Anatomy.and I'm in the Human Anatomy class at school

A 6,000-year-old cooking pot and wooden spoon recovered from the Åmose Bog in Zealand, Denmark. These artefacts are thought to have been votive offerings by the earliest farming communities who lived in this area. Chemical analysis of charred food residues preserved on the inside of a number of these vessels show they were used for processing freshwater fish, which supplemented their fledgling agricultural economy.

A cooking pot and wooden spoon recovered from the Åmose bog in Zealand, Denmark.

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