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Bench Press


Monday, October 3, 2011
Radioactive carbon dating is most commonly used to determine the age of specimens that are thousands to millions of years old. But researchers at the Swedish Karolinska Institutet have used the method to look at decidedly younger samples, comparing the fat in the cells of healthy and obese individuals.

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