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Innovative programme aims to put Britain at the forefront of global education policy

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A Harvard University professor has used an epilepsy drug to reawaken a period of brain plasticity previously only seen in children

Sprinter Sacre pleased connections yesterday after his Kempton scare

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Last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up Sir Des Champs will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining a tendon injury.

A man has been arrested for selling brains on eBay

Indianapolis man arrested in police sting - for stealing human brains and auctioning them on eBay

There are many inventive ways of earning a quick buck – but selling brains on eBay is perhaps a little too innovative.

Fans of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari lay down flags to support the former F1 world champion in a show of support as he continues to fight for his life

Michael Schumacher: Ferrari organise 'silent march' for fans and well-wishers to observe former world champion's birthday

Schumacher turns 45 on Friday as he continues to fight for his life, and his former team with who he won five consecutive drivers' world championships have organised the show of support in Grenoble

Former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon pictured in 2005

Ariel Sharon health: Former Israeli PM's condition deteriorates

The 85-year-old has been in a coma since suffering a devastating stroke in 2006

Michael Schumacher before his retirement from Formula One

Michael Schumacher's condition 'stable' overnight after skiing accident injury, says manager

Earlier Sabine Kehm told reporters the former racing driver fell because of 'extreme bad luck', not speed

Michael Schumacher at the drivers parade before the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace last year

Michael Schumacher skiing accident down to ‘extreme bad luck’ rather than speed, his manager says

Sabine Kehm told reporters this morning the former racing driver had remained ‘stable’ overnight with no changes to his condition

Overall, the authors of a new study estimated that cognitive decline was reduced by 19 per cent in the vitamin E group of patients with mild or moderate symptoms of dementia

Vitamin E 'may help slow down onset of dementia'

Cognitive decline was reduced by 19 per cent, say researchers

A reveller writes '2014' with sparklers ahead of New Year's Eve, in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris

The internet's top tips for ensuring your New Year's Eve isn't a total disaster

We're getting closer by the second to that most important minute of 2013, the last one. It's a time you want to be in peak social and/or romantic condition - and thankfully, the internet is offering plenty of advice for how to make sure you're not mumbling the countdown alone in a toilet as the clock strikes midnight. Here's our top 5:

'Journalist dressed as priest tried to sneak into Michael Schumacher's operating theatre,' the former F1 champion's manager confirms

Michael Schumacher: 'Journalist dressed as priest tried to sneak into former F1 champion's hospital room', his manager confirms

Sabine Kehm has revealed that a reporter tried to gain access to the room where Schumacher is fighting for his life after skiing accident

The family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath wish to move her to an extended-care facility

Jahi McMath: Life support of ‘brain dead’ US teen extended

13-year-old was declared medically dead by doctors after having her tonsils removed in a routine operation

MICHAEL Schumacher’s skiing helmet was split in two in the accident which left him with life-threatening head injuries on Sunday, it emerged today

Michael Schumacher’s helmet 'split in two' in skiing accident that left him in a coma

'He could die. He could have serious lasting effects such as paralysis or loss of understanding or he could recover completely,' Professor Denis Safran said ahead of today’s critical update

Michael Schumacher injury: Natasha Richardson’s tragic case shows how brain damage can deceive

The normal rule in head injuries is that if the victim did not lose consciousness at the time of the accident there should be nothing to worry about. But sometimes normal rules don’t apply. Four years ago, the death of actress Natasha Richardson after a skiing injury was described  as a desperately unlucky exception. The daughter of Vanessa Redgrave, who  was married to actor Liam Neeson, had got up after her fall in Quebec, Canada, in March 2009, said she felt  fine and returned to her hotel. But an hour later she complained of a headache and was rushed to hospital.

Members of the staff are seen outside the emergency services at the CHU Nord hospital in Grenoble, French Alps; this is the hospital where retired seven-times Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is reported to be hospitalized after a ski accident

Michael Schumacher ski accident: Helmet 'may have minimised injury'

Wearing a helmet may have “minimised the severity” of injury suffered by racing driver Michael Schumacher following his skiing accident in France, a leading surgeon has said.

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