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April 10th, 2024 at 3:37:25 AM permalink
odiousgambit
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Wait for the headlines when Ozempic turns out to have *bad* unintended long term consequences
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April 10th, 2024 at 4:17:30 AM permalink
rxwine
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Quote: odiousgambit
Wait for the headlines when Ozempic turns out to have *bad* unintended long term consequences


Depending on who you are, you can get in serious trouble consuming a peanut, so I suppose as more and more people try it we may see some things even the clinical trials didn't pick up on. I've already seen an "injury" lawyer practice asking to be called if they have any problems with this class of drugs.

I don't think a lawsuit has much chance of success if the actual side effect has already been made available as a warning.
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May 2nd, 2024 at 2:43:17 PM permalink
rxwine
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Amateur archaeologists in England have unearthed one of the largest Roman dodecahedrons ever found, but mystery surrounds what it was actually used for.
The 12-sided object is one of just 33 known to exist in Roman Britain, and one of approximately 130 in the world. It is considered “one of archaeology’s great enigmas,” according to the Norton Disney History and Archaeology Group, an amateur group based in the English region of Lincolnshire where it was found in June.
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May 29th, 2024 at 5:35:46 AM permalink
rxwine
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I have seen Creationist point out the difficulty or odds against life creation.

But science keep chugging along fortunately.


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Building pantetheine was a tall order. For one, the molecule was “quirky” by biochemistry standards, he said. It closely resembled the structure of peptides (chains of amino acids) used to build proteins, but it had many weird characteristics — unusual elements that were in odd places — that appeared to give it a more complicated structure.

The compound is such an odd duckling that scientists previously proposed it was too intricate to make from basic molecules. Others have tried to create pantetheine and failed, thinking that it wasn’t even present at life’s origins.


https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/how-did-life-on-earth-begin-the-chemical-puzzle-just-became-clearer/ar-BB1j6MH4?ocid=msedgntp&pc=HCTS&cvid=fca6bb2ec3064813acc98cb28ac11bc9&ei=33
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