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Inhaled particulates may inflame the brain and cause dementia-like harm in children

Prior posts have noted the significant evidence that particulates, particularly PM 2.5, can cause inflammation of the lungs and blood vessels of the body. These posts have also noted that evidence had been found that very small particulates can travel through arteries and veins. Now, evidence has been...

DNA Predicts Only a Few Disorders

Prior posts have noted that gene functioning can be modified by a number of processes, such as methylation. Recently animal tests have found that some of these modifications are passed on to off-spring even though no change is made to the gene itself, only to its expression. Prior posts have also noted...