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Paul·ing

(pawl'ing),
Linus C., U.S. chemist and Nobel laureate, 1901-1994. See: Pauling theory, Pauling-Corey helix.

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Q. I would like some information on high blood pressure, Paul

A. It's diagnosed by measuring the blood pressure several times, it doesn't cause any symptoms but in the long run it's very dangerous. It can be treated quite successfully with medications, although they have to be taken indefinitely.

You may read more here:
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But I won't be going anywhere with him - he's done his job," said Pauling.
(1) Such was the success of their treatment therapy that perhaps Pauling and Rath then dusted off their hands and thought to themselves, "Done with that disease." Unfortunately, the rest of the world has moved at a glacial pace in taking advantage of their breakthrough ideas.
Pauling felt strongly that the cost of war materiel would continue to escalate, as would international arms competition, the threat of mass destruction, and the danger to all life on Earth.
Other scientists thought Pauling's results needed checking.
Este metodo foi desenvolvido pelo quimico norte-americano Linus Pauling (1901-1994), com base nos calculos da mecanica quantica, em virtude de este ter passado um tempo junto com seus fundadores: Borh, Shcrodinger e Heisenberg.
In addition to her role as a Principal Investigator and Director of the Oxidative & Nitrative Stress Core at the Linus Pauling Institute, Dr Traber is Professor in the Nutrition programme in the School of Biological and Population Health Sciences in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University.
Kathy Magnusson, a neuroscientist in the OSU Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, and professor in the Linus Pauling Institute said that these are biological processes, and once we fully understand what is going on, we may be able to slow or prevent it.
Tory Hagen, in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, and Francesco Visioli, lead author of the study at the Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies in Spain, also observed that infertility problems are often an early indicator of other degenerative disease issues such as atherosclerosis, high blood pressure and congestive heart failure.
Consider chemist Linus Pauling, who described the alpha helix structure of proteins in 1951.
As chronicled in Watson's The Double Helix (which made him tons of money), on a chilly English day in January of 1953, he travelled to King's College from Cambridge carrying a preprint of Linus Pauling's incorrect proposal for DNA structure.
Branch Facilitator Jill Mackie proposed a road trip to Oregon State University to visit the library of Ava Helen and Linus Pauling. Two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling is widely regarded as one of the greatest scientists of all time.