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Older women's heart health depends on location of fat

...at is found on the arms, legs, buttocks, and hips. Central fat has already been shown to be a health risk. Researchers found that obese women had suprisingly less atherosclerosis than expected while women with high central fat and low peripheral fat had the most atherosclerosis, as well as high blood sugar ...
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Sea urchin genome suprisingly similar to man and may hold key to cures

Sea urchins are small and spiny, they have no eyes and they eat kelp and algae. Still, the sea creature’s genome is remarkably similar to humans?and may hold the key to preventing and curing several human diseases, according to a University of Central Florida researcher and several colleagues. UC...
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