Alligator Stem Cell Study Gives Clues To Tooth Regeneration “Alligator teeth are implanted in sockets of the dental bone, like human teeth,” said Ping Wu, assistant professor of pathology at the Keck School and first author of the study. “They have 80 teeth, each of which can be replaced up to 50 times over their lifetime, making them the ideal model for comparison to human teeth.”
Photo: Zhang Xiaoli/Xinhua Archaeologists in Luoyang, China, dug up 5 chariots and 12 horse skeletons from a tomb. The photos over at National Geographic are fantastic, but can someone explain to me why the skeletons of the horses are flat? Link...
Ancient Tibetan Meditation Technique Helps Boost Immunity G-tummo, an ancient meditation technique practised by Tibetan nuns and monks, has now been shown to have modern applications. Associate Professor Maria Kozhevnikov from the NUS Department of Psychology documented this evidence-based observation recently on the science journal PLOS ONE.
Ebola outbreak moving faster than we can control: WHO declares international emergency ecent escalations of the outbreaks and spread to other countries like Nigeria has finally prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare the Ebola situation a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
Ancient Chinese Cures found on Bamboo Strips Archaeologists have found more than 900 bamboo strips at a construction site in the south-western city of Chengdu in China, which reveal recipes for treating ailments that date back around 2000 years. The discovery provides new insight into the methods used in traditional Chinese medicine.