Modern sharks are known for their cartilaginous skeletons, but a new study has revealed a surprising "missing link" to more bony ancestors.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women worldwide, and now scientists from the University of Sheffield and University of Copenhagen have identified a possible key to preventing secondary cancers in breast cancer patients.
A "two-faced" fossil found about four decades ago in Siberia and dating back 415 million years is just revealing its secrets, showing that humans and other jawed vertebrates actually evolved from cartilaginous fishes, according to new research.
Researchers have been able to grow new bone from a monkey's own skin cells.
The use of vitamin D supplements has previously been thought to help improve bone strength and was particularly popular among women who aimed to keep osteoporosis at bay. However, a new study says there are no benefits to warrant the connection between the two.