Spray-on bandages could help protect wounds and deliver life-saving drugs in far-flung places where immediate medical care is not available, according to a new study.Using a technique called electrospinning, scientists created “bottled bandages” which spray a thin layer of fibres onto damaged skin like spraying paint on a wall.
It’s not just human parents that feel chronically exhausted due to lack of sleep while looking after their young.Scientists say worker bees also get less sleep when they’re caring for larvae – even if they’re looking after offspring that are not their own.
In a world first the organ was transplanted from a dead 45-year-old woman into a 32-year-old who was born without a womb
People who take fewer than three weeks of annual leave are a third more likely to die young!
Research suggests that chemicals in red wine could fend off the bugs that cause tooth decay and gum disease.