New stem cell gel applied to site of injury "can regenerate broken spinal cord nerves to an astonishing degree"

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 | UPDATED: 16:10 GMT, 13 September 2012 A stem cell gel developed by scientists can regenerate broken spinal cord nerves, research has shown.

How green tea boost your brain

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.

E-bra that will tell you if you"re ill and warn your doctor

The sport's bra that can tell your doctor if you're having a heart attack (and where to send the ambulance) The system can take the same readings as an ECG and tell if a patient is having a heart attack | UPDATED: 16:07 GMT, 4 May 2012 The e-bra could be used to monitor female patients with heart problems as well as athletes Scientists have created an 'e-bra' that could help doctors monitor sick female patients anywhere in the world.

Chris Birch: Rugby player who "woke up gay" after stroke says he"s happiest he"s ever been

I wouldn't change back: Rugby player who 'woke up gay' after stroke and now has fiance says he’s the happiest he’s ever been 'It was weird, you walk into somewhere and you go from liking that girl to liking that boy'Chris is trying to rebuild his relationship with his mother who has struggled with his personality changeChris' boyfriend believes Chris had always been gay but hadn't realised | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 17 April 2012 When 19-stone rugby player Chris Birch suffered a stroke during a freak accident, his life was transformed – but not in a way that anyone could have predicted.

I wouldn"t change back: Rugby player who "woke up gay" after stroke and now has fiance says hes happiest hes ever been

I wouldn't change back: Rugby player who 'woke up gay' after stroke and now has fiance says he’s the happiest he’s ever been 'It was weird, you walk into somewhere and you go from liking that girl to liking that boy'Chris is trying to rebuild his relationship with his mother who has struggled with his personality change | UPDATED: 11:22 GMT, 17 April 2012 When 19-stone rugby player Chris Birch suffered a stroke during a freak accident, his life was transformed – but not in a way that anyone could have predicted.