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    Default Fat: The Largest Organ

    segunda-feira, 30 de março de 2009 11:00
    Usually considered as energy storage or thermal insulation, fat is actually an active organ. It sends out signals affecting everything from our brain, liver, and muscles to immune system, and it's similar in our pets. Thomas Gibson, assistant professor of small animal surgery at the Ontario Veterinary College at Guelph, talks about fat as the largest organ in people and pets.
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