Study: Even ancient mummies had clogged arteries
In this undated photo released Sunday March 10, 2013, by a group of cardiologists lead by Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, USA, showing the mummy Hatiay as it is returned to its display back in the Antiquities Museaum in Cairo after it underwent a CT scanning.
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#1 Mar 11, 2013
Of course . Eating meat as the main staple for hunger and nutrition in those days makes sense however the real reason over the controversy of cholesterol is the money while hidden from public view is the Calcium from the bone deteration as a person ages and that doesn't do much for the taking of Statin drugs and the medical profits regardless of who is harmed by muscle atrophy and memory loss and other side effects does it-....
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