The next question is whether the same treatment will work in humans.
Your muscles are ready to run, whether you like it or not.
Wild microbes are better than tame.
The ovary substitutes may one day help treat infertility in humans
A surprising finding that could open the doors to new research
An indication that humans might be able to reproduce in the great beyond, too
Putting the "party" in "artery"
A similar technique might help restore human fertility
It releases antibodies to combat deposits linked to Alzheimer's
Turns out Alzheimer's disease interferes with how the brain retrieves memories, not how it makes them
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