Older heart muscle cells accumulate new genetic mutations -; while losing the ability to repair them
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Why does the risk of heart disease go up as we age? Known risk factors such as hypertension or high cholesterol don't explain all cases.
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Australia chalked up a half-century of points through a classy try scored by Daine Laurie.
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Fraternal guarantee good enough for admission.
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Until the Eels break their title drought, John Monie will be known as the last coach to lead them to glory. It's a tag he's ready to pass to Brad Arthur.