Saturday, October 25, 2008

Oh No - Stinky Farts Prevent Hypertension

Uh-oh. The future could be very smelly. This research in mice shows that hydrogen sulfide gas might help regulate blood pressure and have the potential to treat high blood pressure. Hydrogen sulfide smells like rotten eggs. The finding in mice might also apply to humans. Find out more in this MSNBC New article, "Stinky farts may help regulate blood pressure - Gas relaxes the blood vessels to prevent hypertension in mice, study finds."

Sorry, the weekend is near, and I couldn't resist posting this one :)

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