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A Mini Brain Grown From Human Stem Cells #Infographic

First mini-lungs, mini-kidneys and mini-hearts and now mini-brains have been grown Jack says: What a glorious age! God continues to reveal His secrets to good health.

A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head -- demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain.

Scientists reverse memory loss in animal brain cells -- ScienceDaily - Neuroscientists have taken a major step in their efforts to help people with memory loss tied to brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.

What You Need To Know About Stem Cells In Skin Care

Our writer investigates the benefits of using skin care products that contain plant-derived stem cells—and non-embryonic human cells extracted from consenting egg donors (seriously).

Red wine, which is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, including powerful resveratrol, looks like blood. "When you drink it, you're really loading up on the healthy stuff that protects against destructive things in the blood, like LDL cholesterol, which can cause heart disease," says Somer. "There's also a blood-thinning compound in red wine, so it reduces blood clots, which are associated with stroke and heart disease." Photos by iStockphoto

Red wine looks like blood. It contains antioxidants and polyphenols, which protect your body from cholesterol. In addition, red wine has a blood-thinning effect, and thus, prevents the formation of blood clots.

Meet Zed Merrick. When he was 2, he knocked over a cup of hot tea and suffered  second degree burns. Doctors were able to fix his injuries scar-free using a method that heals severe burns in weeks. It works by removing healthy stem cells from the burn victim and mixing them with a water-based solution. The mixture is them sprayed onto the affected area.

"Skin Gun" Heals Bubbling Burns In 90 Minutes, Faster Than Anything Prior

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Chapter On the Job: Cellular Specialties: Inside the Cell - National Institute of General Medical Sciences

New stem cell gel applied to site of injury 'can regenerate broken spinal cord nerves to an astonishing degree'  Gel made by embedding neural stem cells in a mixture of blood clotting protein and growth chemicals

New stem cell gel applied to site of injury 'can regenerate broken spinal cord nerves to an astonishing degree' Gel made by embedding neural stem cells in a mixture of blood clotting protein and growth chemicals