The life-saving treatment that’s being thrown in the trash
Bryn Nelson discovers how medical science is transforming cord blood – a waste product from birth – into a life-saving treatment.
Dysphagia: it’s like being waterboarded 24 hours a day
One morning, completely unexpectedly, Samantha Anderson woke to find that she could no longer swallow. Three-and-a-half years and many medical appointments later, she’s finally regaining her ability to eat. Bryn Nelson finds out more.
In the blink of an eye
Inside the green schools revolution
How can we design better, ‘living’ classrooms that will not only improve the lives of teachers and students, but also have less of an impact on the environment?
Medicine’s dirty secret
Brace yourself for the unbelievable next big thing in healthcare: faecal transplants. Bryn Nelson investigates.