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Potency of statins linked to muscle side effects

24 AUG 2012

These include commonly reported problems such as pain and weakness, as well as life-threatening muscle breakdown, known as rhabdomyolysis. Statin myopathies can significantly increase pain and injury risk and affect mobility, especially in older individuals. 889 more words

Lethal Or Unintended Side Effects

Biology is a popular major that provides students with a wide range of opportunities post-graduation. Students gain a broad understanding of life sciences along with the skills to perform research, which can lead to several advanced and specialized degrees. 1,297 more words

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Nicholas Woodman: GoPro Founder

Nicolas Woodman was born in the mid-1970s and earned a degree in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego. He founded a marketing company which didn’t succeed.  204 more words

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LTWL 114 Syllabus now online

The Syllabus for the UCSD Fall, 2014 course, LTWL 114: Children’s Literature, is now online. Hope to see you October 2.

Job Opening: Assistant Prof, history of 19th-20th C. Japan

Institution:      University of California – San Diego
Location:          California, United States
Position:           Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, History of 19th-20th Century Japan (10-812)
Division of Arts & Humanities – History… 322 more words

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Sun God: The biggest and most colorful bird ever

These past few posts about larger-than-life public art reminded me of the Stuart Collection at the University of California San Diego (UCSD).

I went digging in my huge collection of cataloged but unprocessed pictures and found the UCSD… 245 more words

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Sugar Biobattery powered by sweat can run 10x times longer than Lithium Ion battery

Biobatteries made of sugar are having the potential to convert chemical energy stored in sugar substrates into electricity. This was scientifically proven by a group of researchers working at Virginia Tech. 440 more words