Medical Research

Professor Tony Maxwell's team at the John Innes Centre, Norwich, worked with colleagues at Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston, USA) to uncover the surprise link.

Chance discovery links inflammatory bowel disease with common bacterial gut toxin.

A novel antioxidant studied by CU Boulder researchers targets mitochondria, pictured above, to reverse vascular aging.

Novel antioxidant makes old blood vessels seem young again.

Decoding the architecture of the enzyme, called telomerase, could lead to drugs that slow or block the ageing process, along with new treatments for cancer.

Enzyme that halts ageing in plants, animals and HUMANS is decoded after a 20-year quest.

A study by French researchers has found children get no less worn out than long-distance runners and triathlon competitors.

Why your child can run around all day without getting tired: Youngsters are as fit as endurance athletes and can recover quicker.

Rupert Green (pictured) the son of Lord Monson, was just 21 when he killed himself last year after descending into drug-related pyschosis, having gone in a few short years from ‘the occasional spliff’ to habitually smoking skunk.

As scans show drug’s impact on brain, a top doctor warns of a psychosis, paranoid delusions and a superskunk schizophrenia timebomb.

The most amazing aspect of the bionic kidney is the advantage it holds over a regular donor kidney. The rejection factor is zero.

The World’s First Bionic Kidney Is All Set To Replace Dialysis in Just Two Years.

Can a leopard change its spots?

Dr. Meg Jay writes how resilience can overcome childhood adversity.