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  • A 'toothy' way to treat spinal injuries? 05-12-2011 05:28 PM

    London: A new study has found how teeth could be linked with spinal cord injuries and help patients walk again. Researchers helped mice with broken spines regain some movement in their lower limbs by implanting dental pulp stem cells. The study, led by Japan's Nagoya University, could help patients with...
  • Soon, a jab to make you thin? 11-07-2011 12:10 PM

    Melbourne: Having trouble shedding those extra kilos? You may soon get an injection that could help you burn calories and melt the excess flab away. A team by an Indian-origin researcher showed that they were able to turn white fat into brown fat in mice by blocking a natural chemical...
  • Scientists unlock secret of eternal youth 30-11-2010 11:27 AM

    London: Scientists have found a way to reverse aging, unlocking the secret of eternal youth and paving the way for a drug to keep one "forever young". Lives could be longer and healthier, free from illnesses such as Alzheimer's and heart disease, with skin and hair retaining their youthful lustre....
  • Mouse trap: Guj authorities to use cats to kill mice 01-05-2008 01:30 PM

    Karachi: Pakistan's new coach Dav Whatmore said on Wednesday he was ready for next week's four-nation Asia Cup and is confident that his team will overcome their recent one-day slump. The 57-year-old former Australian batsman, who coached Sri Lanka to a World Cup title in 1996, took charge of Pakistan...
  • Scientists grow teeth from single cells 20-02-2007 12:48 PM

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