What if we could regrow our hearts after they’re damaged?
Well it turns out scientists have found baby mice are able to regrow their hearts, according to
BBC News. In a new study, researchers removed part of the mice’s hearts after birth. Within
three weeks, the mice had regenerated the heart tissue in the damaged areas. Their hearts had
healed themselves. It’s well known that fish and amphibians can regrow their heart tissue, but
this is the first study showing that mammals can do the same. Better understanding how heart
tissue regeneration works in mice could help scientists develop new treatments for people with