Hardening of the arteries and high blood pressure may result from a breakdown in cell communications, researchers in OSU’s Linus Pauling Institute have discovered. The finding could pave the way for new dietary measures and pharmaceuticals to reduce cardiovascular diseases.
New Life from Black Water
Forget about clear, pristine waters. The real action for some scientists is in dark swamps where black stained water has the acidity of vinegar.
To Conquer Vitamin E
Taking a vitamin E supplement? There’s more to it than just popping a pill. Maret Traber of OSU’s Linus Pauling Institute is revealing E’s secrets, including its cozy partnerships with vitamin C and fat.
LPI Researchers Take Aim at Lou Gehrig’s Disease
How did Oregon State University’s Linus Pauling Institute become home to groundbreaking research on nerve cell degeneration?
Sexual Health: Asking the Tough Questions
Using the research tools of social science — questionnaires, focus groups, interviews and data analysis — Marie Harvey, chair of OSU’s Department of Public Health, delves into the most private of human behaviors and the attitudes that shape them.
Namesake for a Generation of Holsteins
A specialist in reproduction (the technical term is “theriogenology”), the OSU professor felt a kinship with animals as soon as he was old enough to explore the fields and woodlands around his suburban Pennsylvania home.