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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.

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exclaimed Linus Pauling, as he accepted a proposed wager from Robert Burns Woodward, Harvard University's up-and-coming young chemistry professor.
Linus Pauling is the only person to ever win two undivided Nobel Prizes.
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As just one of four individuals to have won multiple Nobel Prizes--and one of only two to have been awarded the prize in two different fields--Linus Pauling was no stranger to good ideas.