Downregulation of PAI-1 is Found to Increase Longevity in Amish Population

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About PAI-1 Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1) is mainly known for its aid in regulating blood clots to prevent bleeding disorders. However, scientists...

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Does Thanksgiving Turkey Really Make you Sleepy?

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Thanksgiving is a holiday surrounded by tradition, whether it be cooking all day, playing a game of flag football, or enjoying an...

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Early Exposure to Allergens Can Reduce the Risk of Asthma

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Around 25 million Americans have asthma, and that number is only growing. Asthma is also the leading chronic disease in children, causing...

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Climate Change and Poverty

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The effects of climate change have already been felt within communities, like the delay of snow on the North Coast during the...

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New Smart Bandage Creates More Efficient Healing of Wounds

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The healing process for chronic wounds can be time consuming and troublesome. The wounds must be treated with a great amount of...

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Can We Clean Up Our Oceans?

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Scientists are discovering that water pollution is worse than we think. There are microscopic pieces of plastic that exist in the ocean...

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Can Dogs Adopt Humans’ Perspectives?

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In order to understand the emotions of others, humans typically adopt the perspectives of others. In the animal kingdom, this is a...

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3D Printing Helps Doctors Treat Heart Disorders

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3D printing, a new technology field that is open to much improvement, is beginning to affect the way doctors are treating heart...

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Consequences of Late Night Eating

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With busy work and school schedules, it is fairly likely that many people are eating dinner later in the day. This may...

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Origins of Sleep Linked to Jellyfish

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Sleep. A seemingly basic function continues to perplex scientists as they cannot comprehend the reason why organisms would leave themselves completely vulnerable...

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