Ditch the scalpel! Try non surgical face-lift to retain youthful looks!

A trend observed globally in the anti-ageing industry is a shift from surgical to non surgical techniques. Non surgical facelifts reduces wrinkles, makes the skin appear tighter and younger without the use of a scalpel!

Now, stretchy bendy 'smart skin' that acts and even feels like real one

A team of scientists have created artificial skin that recreates the sense of touch for the people wearing prosthetic limbs.

Can stem cells in nails 'guide' other body parts to re-grow?

 A new study has revealed that stem cells in nails, which can perform dual roles, normally grow both skin and nails, but can focus solely on nail repair when a nail is lost or injured.

A safe, reliable wireless pacemaker to hit stores soon

 A new self-contained, leadless cardiac pacemaker is the safe and reliable alternative to conventional pacemakers, says a new research.

 

Human penis transplants could be reality in just five years

 Scientists have revealed that after successful surgeries in rabbits, penis transplant in humans can be just five years away.

Plaster may replace injections for premature babies

Instead of using injections or probes, it will in future be possible to deliver drugs to premature babies via a plaster as researchers have developed a UV-activated membrane, which releases a gentle dose of medication to the skin of a patient.

Clinical trial sheds new light on BP management during stroke treatment

Through a new clinical trial, scientists have found the efficiency of standard procedure for managing blood pressure in stroke patients.

Skin patches may replace traditional blood test

A team of researchers has designed and successfully tested, for the first time, a small skin patch that detected malarial proteins in live mice.

Skin exposure may trigger early peanut allergy in kids

Many children become allergic to peanuts even before they eat them and skin exposure may contribute to the early sensitisation, says a study.

Skin renders Sun's UV radiation harmless using projectiles

Researchers have worked out how the pigment of our skin manages to protect the body from the Sun's dangerous UV rays, a finding that can pave the way for better protection against skin cancer.

How the brain learns from touch

People have learned to gather information from touch and researchers have now found how complex tactile sensations from the skin are coded at the cellular level in the brain.

Five health benefits of Avocado

Avocado or alligator pear is a large berry containing a single seed.

How to get model-perfect skin at home?
How to get model-perfect skin at home?

Whether you’re walking the catwalk or down the high street, there is always an urge to look good but it requires a great skincare routine, says an expert.

What makes Emma Roberts glow?
What makes Emma Roberts glow?

Emma Roberts likes to drink coconut water and uses acne face wash for her flawless complexion, but the actress says she feels beautiful when she just laughs.

Five powerful health benefits of eating pomegranate!

Pomegranate (botanical name is Punica granatum) is not just a delicious fruit, but is also high in nutrition. Rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals, pomegranate is one of the most powerful, nutrient dense foods for overall good health.

How zebrafish forms its stripes revealed
How zebrafish forms its stripes revealed

A new research has revealed that three major pigment cell types i.e. black cells, reflective silvery cells, and yellow cells helped in forming the stripes on zebrafish.

Five reasons why one should eat vegetables

Vegetables provides a range of health benefits to the body. They are a good source of nutrition like vitamins, minerals, fiber, and good carbohydrates.

Your sunscreen is threat to marine life

Sunscreens give protection to the human skin from ultraviolet (UV) radiation and are almost a necessity among the beach goers - but at the cost to the environment.

Antiperspirants could be making you smell worse: study

Antiperspirants can alter your armpit bacteria and actually make you smell worse, a new study has found.

Brief stress may be good for your skin

Scientists have found that brief, acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of three different types of skin irritations.