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A way of building body parts similar to the way a spider spins its web has been demonstrated by researchers in the UK The team at University College London used a constant stream of cells mixed with a polymer to weave the new tissues. They think the technique could produce better results than other ways of building body parts for transplant. Photo courtesy of Getty Images.

Three experiments are starting to study dark energy, the most abundant stuff in the universe. But a theory has just been published purporting to show it does not exist

The Best Breakfast for Weight Loss

Chowing down heartily in the AM might be the key to losing weight<p>There’s a new reason to eat breakfast—and to make it a big one. Eating half your daily calories in the morning might help you lose weight more efficiently, according to new Israeli research published in the journal <i>Obesity</i>.<p>For the …

9 Great Sources of Iron for Active Women

Plus, delicious recipes to help speed up your muscle recovery post-workout<p>Iron isn't just a metal—it's a key nutrient for exercise performance. In fact, a new study from the American College of Sports Medicine found that many active women suffer from iron deficiency, which can cause muscle soreness …

10 Ways to Build Trust In Your Relationship

Trust predicts how well you forgive and forget your partner’s mistakes<p>Sooner or later, the man in your life is bound to mess up. (He’s only human!) But if you trust your partner, you’re more likely to forgive and forget his mistakes than if you don’t trust him, according a new study recently …

What is the biggest problem for parents of a child with special needs? Other people, according to social networking site Mumsnet: They have launched a "myth-busting" campaign to challenge negative attitudes to children with disabilities. Will it help? Photo: The son of Russian actress Evelina Bledans, who has been fighting against Down's syndrome prejudice