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In a study of older adults with a high risk for heart disease, intensive blood pressure control reduced the risk of developing mild cognitive impairment.
Researchers genetically sequenced antibodies in people’s blood and estimated that the body may be able to make up to one quintillion unique antibodies.
A type of immune cell found in the mouse gut slows metabolism and raises the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Targeting these cells in people might affect obesity and related diseases.
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