- regenerate /ri-JEN-uh-reyt/
- disorder /dis-AWR-der /
- journal /JUR-nl /
- resolve /ri-ZOLV /
- principle /PRIN-suh-puhl/
[verb] – to grow again
Once destroyed, brain cells do not regenerate.
[noun] – an illness of the mind or body
He suffers from a rare disorder of the liver.
[noun] – a serious magazine or newspaper that is published regularly about a particular subject
Last week, a new online medical journal dedicated to neglected tropical diseases was launched.
[verb] – to solve or end a problem or difficulty
Have you resolved the transportation issue yet?
[noun] – a basic idea or rule that explains or controls how something happens or works
This principle is clear and absolutely fundamental.
Prof. Reik warned that the research, which was published in the journal eLife, was still in its early stages. Before it could go out of his lab and into the clinic, he added, several scientific difficulties needed to be resolved. However, he stated that establishing cell regeneration for the first time was a significant step forward. Some of the first uses, according to Prof. Reik, could be developing drugs to renew skin in older individuals in areas of the body where they have been cut or burned, to speed up healing. In trials imitating a wound, the researchers showed that their rejuvenated skin cells migrate faster, demonstrating that this is achievable in principle.
- How important is it to take care of your skin? Please elaborate on your answer.
- What is your skin routine/ways to take care of your skin? Could you tell me more about it?
- If you were to improve one part of the body, what would it be? Why?
- Do you support skin rejuvenation?
- What do you think about this study? Please elaborate on your answer.