Only 43 of the 55 patients had elevated liver triglycerides on baseline MRI. Amongst this 43 there was a reduction in liver triglyceride with n 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, but no other associated metabolic changes.The uric acid findings support the notion of fructose and glucose differing in their pre triose metabolism. There was however no differing outcomes in terms of lipid synthesis or storage.
After thousands of preventable deaths racked up from individual car crashes, Congress required auto manufacturers in 1968 to install seat belts in all designated seating positions. Through the 1980s and 1990s, most states began to require drivers and passengers to wear seat belts at all times. New Hampshire (“Live Free or Die”) is now the only state where an adult driver does not have to be belted in.
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Amy Klobuchar (D Minn.) said she is concerned the United States needs to be focused on the bigger picture and look at the “monopoly issues of our time.” European regulators have been much more active on antitrust in the tech sector, and have brought major fines against American companies like Google.The senators tough questions come after they loudly criticized recent government actions against Big Tech, particularly the FTC’s attempts to fine the companies for privacy. Both Blumenthal and Hawley pressed the officials on their recent $5 billion fine against Facebook, which was widely criticized as a slap on a wrist.BITS: Facebook finally unveiled its blueprint for an independent oversight board that will review the company’s decisions over what content it chooses to remove, my colleague Tony Romm reports. The new Supreme Court like panel could offer insight into the company’s often opaque decisions about what constitutes harmful speech and potentially allow top executives and engineers to deflect criticism, Tony writes.The charter released yesterday outlines the oversight board will have around 40 members from around the world, each serving three year terms.