Young at heart: Young people are able to make new heart-muscle cells, contesting conventional knowledge that the heart grows with humans as existing cells become larger. This discovery could lead to a way to fix injured hearts by triggering new cell growth, possibly leading to new treatments for heart failure, the researchers said in a release. The team at Boston Children’s Hospital examined specimens from the hearts of people aged 0 to 59. They found that cells were still dividing after birth in a process that occurred up until the age of 20, evidence that healthy young heart growth also comes from new cells, not just changes in existing ones. The findings were published online Wednesday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. – Aleysha Haniff
President Barack Obama will put his hand on a Bible for the 57th inauguration ceremony Monday (Jan. 21) and kick off his next four years in office. And while everything may come off without a hitch, inaugurations haven't always gone smoothly.
Rich people are just like us: They put their pants on one leg at a time, and when it comes time to settle an argument, they stoop to the same petty tactics that those of us camped out closer to the poverty line do.
The Brooklyn Bike Patrol, is a new citizen brigade that has mobilized with the goal of making the women of Brooklyn feel safe as they travel from train stations to their homes in the evening hours, 7 days a week.
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