The use of stem cells leads to new discoveries. Recently, scientists have managed to turn human stem cells into nephrons directly in the body of rodents. The resulting nephrons filtered the blood in the same way as it usually does in a high-grade kidney.
Medicine does not trample on the spot, but it keeps pace with the times. There is a high probability that soon some medical professions will be replaced by gadgets that will be able to diagnose diseases.
World experts in the field of biology and medicine assure that the regular daily use of smartphones in a few centuries or millennia will affect the shape of the human hand: over time, the hand will naturally "adapt" for better and more comfortable use of the mobile device.
Leading English scientists - scientific representatives of the University of Southampton - proved that the lack of nicotinamide (vitamin PP) during pregnancy increases the risk of eczema in a newborn baby.