Lab Creates ‘Synthetic’ Mouse Embryo With Brain And Beating Heart

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Natural and synthetic embryos side by side to show comparable brain and heart formation, pictured in an undated photo illustration. A 'synthetic' embryo with a brain and beating heart has been created by British scientists at Cambridge University. (Amadei & Handford,SWNS/Newsflash)

A 'synthetic' embryo with a brain and beating heart has been created by British scientists. It features the foundations of all the body's organs - including neural and gut tubes…

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Breastfeeding For Longer Could Stave Off Obesity, Says New Study

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Picture shows the group of scientists in an undated picture. They worked in a research with mouse that confirmed that breastfeeding can help obesity in adults. (@UniversidadeUSC/Newsflash)

Breastfeeding for longer could reduce the risks of of infants developing obesity later in life, a new study has revealed. Researchers in Spain discovered that lengthening the period when baby…

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Early Childhood Experiences May Cause Irreversible Cerebral Changes

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Changes in the brain caused by early childhood experiences are not entirely irreversible. (UHH/Newsflash)

A new study claims that early childhood experiences can change a person's brain structure long-term and in irreversible ways - even if the brain heals. Professor Cordula Hoelig, a psychologist…

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Bizarre Mutant Calf With No Eyes And Brain Just Under Its Skin

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A mutant calf with no eyes and not fully formed skull was born on a farm in Elazig, Turkey. (Newsflash)

These shocking images show a mutant calf with no eyes and its huge brain protruding under the skin due to a deformed skull. The mutant calf - resembling an abstract…

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Electric Brain Shocks Could Help Stroke Victims Recover Say Scientists

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People affected by a stroke are often unable to use their arm at all or only to a very limited extent according to the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences located in the German city of Leipzig. (MPI CBS/Newsflash)

German researchers have discovered that paralysed stroke victims could recover significant mobility after receiving electric current to their brains Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain…

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The 9,500 Year Old Skull Which Bears The Marks Of The Worlds First Brain Surgery Is To Get A Face

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The 9,500-year-old skull, which was found during the excavations at Asikli Hoyuk, a settlement mound in the Cappadocia region, near Aksaray, Turkey where the first brain surgery in history was performed.

The face of a woman whose skull from 9,500 years ago showed evidence of the first brain surgery ever is being reconstructed as a wax model and going on display…

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Hospital To Pay 450K Compo After Doctor Postponed Childs Tumor Operation Until After Holidays Leaving Him Severely Disabled

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The main building of the University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany where a child was left severely disabled after doctors postponed tumor operation.

A hospital in Germany has been ordered to pay compensation to a person who as a schoolboy was left severely disabled after doctors postponed his brain tumour surgery until after…

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Teacher, 37, Left Brain Dead After First AstraZeneca Jab In Italy

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Picture shows Zelia Guzzo (37), the teacher, who came from the Sicilian city of Gela, who suffered a brain hemorrhage after having her first AstraZeneca vaccine, on 1st March.

A 37-year-old teacher has been left brain dead in an Italian hospital after having her first AstraZeneca vaccine and suffering a brain haemorrhage days later. An investigation has been launched…

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Single-Cell Slimy Mould Remembers Food Locations Without A Brain

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The slime mold Physarum polycephalum consists of a single biological cell that has been called intelligent because of its sophisticated capabilities to adapt its tubular network to changing food supplies, and now, researchers have found out that this is due to being able to form a memory - even without having a nervous system

A single-celled slimy mould that can remember food locations without a nervous system has been discovered by German scientists. A recent collaboration between researchers from the Max Planck Institute for…

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