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Blood thinners after a stent: How long?

After receiving a stent, people normally take aspirin and another anti-clotting drug for up to a year afterward and sometimes longer. Doctors adjust the timeline depending on an individual’s situation. (Locked) More »

Can we slow the aging process?

Scientists are beginning to understand the natural biological processes that control aging, and they have made exciting discoveries about tinkering with the process. For example, they’ve been able to make aged cells act like brand-new cells in lab experiments; they’ve… (Locked) More »

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