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Scientists around the world will soon have access to a wealth of data from a lab at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
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Dinner still needs to be cooked and the table cleared. There are birds to be identified each day in the backyard, and there are worries, too, about weakening knees, diabetes, money and driving at night.
Main Category: Cholesterol Also Included In: Water - Air Quality / Agriculture ; Cardiovascular / Cardiology Article Date: 18 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT Academic researchers have found that breathing motor vehicle emissions triggers a change in high-density lipoprotein cholesterol , altering its cardiovascular protective qualities so that it actually ... (more)
After 34 years of working at Ketchikan's Gateway Center for Human Services, including 10 years as medical director, Wandal William Winn is calling it a day.
When Amtrak unveils the first of 70 new locomotives Monday at a plant in California, it will mark what the national passenger railroad service hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and better energy efficiency.
The human body almost immediately recognizes surgically implanted objects as foreign and rushes to surround them with a dense layer of collagen.
A fin whale is the second-largest animal after the blue whale. Researchers from the University of Washington have discovered that earthquake-detecting sensors off Vancouver Island also help monitor fin whale swimming patterns.
A Minoan fresco of children boxing: New DNA analysis has debunked the theory that the Minoans were refugees from North Africa DNA analysis has debunked the longstanding theory that the Minoans, who some 5,000 years ago established Europe's first advanced Bronze Age culture, were from Africa.
It's a familiar scenario - a patient receives a medical implant and days later, the body attacks the artificial valve or device, causing complications to an already compromised system.
From the Department of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC ; and Center for Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Seattle Children's Research Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA .
I just had a baby, so obviously I'm obsessed with belly fat. Holy cow, is it ever taking forever for my abdomen to go down.
Wearing prisoner suits and monkey masks, crouching in stacked cages, and holding signs that read, "Philippine Airlines Ships Monkeys for Deadly Experiments" and "Cruelty Shouldn't Fly," six PETA members will make a plea for animals' lives outside Philippine Airlines' U.S. headquarters in San Francisco on Thursday.
How does an apparently healthy man die from a nosebleed after he's gone to the emergency room five time in less than a day? Inside this health horror story the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers learn about a man who lost more than half his red blood cells and, according to his wife, didn't get a transfusion until it was too late.
But new University of Washington research shows that the Southern Hemisphere's fall months -- March, April and May -- are the only time when there has been extensive warming over the entire peninsula, and that is largely governed by atmospheric circulation patterns originating in the tropics.
Actually, I don't believe the world will end. I don't even believe civilization will end.