Certain types of foods, such as sweets and salt, can age the skin prematurely.
Researchers from Texas used lungs from two children to grow new human lungs in a laboratory setting.
Scientists have found a minimally invasive laser treatment that could replace the "tummy tuck".
Researchers from Spain are optimistic that they can create a working human heart within the next 5 years.
There are hundreds of thousands of creams on the market that promise consumers everlastingly youthful looks. But can they really make a difference? Previously, there's been little scientific evidence to back their effectiveness against crow's feet or frown lines. However, researchers from the University of Reading claim that they have found that a chemical used in some anti-wrinkle cream really does work. Apparently, this "miracle chemical" produces clear anti-aging results by doubling the amount of protein collagen produced by the skin.