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Paleocene mammals, such as ancestors of modern-day horses, were as small as common day housecats. Due to the rising heat, ectotherms, also known as cold-blooded animals, needed a bigger surface area to regulate their heat, so the bigger ectotherms were the winners and survived. Read More
Collectively, more than five million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.4 From those diagnosed, 500,000 of them die every year as a result.4 Alzheimer’s disease remains the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and the only disease among the top ten that has no cure or prevention.3 Read More