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Shortening is any fat that is solid at room temperature and used in cooking purpose for bakery, confectionery, and other products.
However, the increased shortening seen in the telomeres of the alcoholics show that their cells are aging faster than they would normally.
The researchers assessed the relationship between polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), a "ubiquitous" air pollutant caused by motor vehicle exhaust; and shortening of telomeres, a type of DNA damage typically associated with aging.
As per Brandsma, (6) torque angle measurement can objectively assess the degree of adaptive shortening of extrinsic finger flexors.
It is not clear whether telomere shortening is an actual cause of aging and contributes to the development of degenerative characteristics, or merely a marker.
1/2 teaspoon salt (only if using unsalted butter and/or shortening)
BEIRUT: Prime Minister Tammam Salam Tuesday issued a memo shortening the working day for government employees during the holy month of Ramadan, set to begin in late June.
"It's important to note that telomere shortening linked to mental distress isn't only associated with psychiatric disorders--it has also been associated with negative life experiences, such as poverty, abuse, loneliness, and a persistent attitude of hostility.
But the typical shortening of telomeres in most people may not matter.
High levels of body fat were already known to hasten the shortening of telomeres.
Even though in the case of the shortening process the pasteurisation stage is not involved, a decision was made to supply the 3841 pump with fully machined stainless steel manifolds, valves and seats.
There are hundreds of websites that provide URL shortening service, which has become increasingly popular in today's age of microblogging and short-form status updates.