Green tea isn't just good for your heart, it's good for your brain too Study found that chemical properties of green tea promotes the generation of brain cells | UPDATED: 14:17 GMT, 6 September 2012 The green tea chemical ECGC was found to boost the generation of brain cells in mice, which seemed to improve memory and learning in mice Sipping green tea is not just good for you heart – it could boost the memory as well, say researchers.
Do these knickers REALLY help you burn fat and reduce cellulite | UPDATED: 17:57 GMT, 15 July 2012 For anyone who has struggled for motivation to hit the gym in their quest to shed a few pounds this might sound too good to be true.
Why it pays to stay calm: Anxiety may age you by SIX YEARS Women with phobias were found to have more cellular damage associated with ageing | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 12 July 2012 It will do nothing to calm a fearful person, but a new study has found that anxiety could make you grow old more quickly.
Girl, 10, has life-saving vein transplant using a blood vessel grown from her own stem cells The graft was accepted by the girl's immune system as it was built from her own cells | UPDATED: 15:35 GMT, 14 June 2012 The pioneering technique successfully restored the girl's blood flow A 10-year-old girl has been given a vein transplant using a blood vessel grown from her own stem cells.
A cure for tinnitus Hope for millions tormented by ringing in ears as scientists edge closer to developing first drug treatments Doctors discovered how to tone down overactive neurons in the brainDiscovery could lead to new tinnitus treatmentsInvestigations into potential drugs are underway | UPDATED: 10:49 GMT, 11 May 2012 The first drug treatments to prevent the onset of tinnitus could soon be developed after doctors discovered how to tone down overactive neurons in the brain.
Fasting 'could help combat cancer and boost effectiveness of treatments'Fasting slowed growth and spread of tumoursCured some cancers if combined with chemotherapy Human trials now under way Going without food for short periods may help to combat cancer and boost the effectiveness of treatments, say scientists.