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The researchers concentrated on a protein, called ANT2, that they believe causes diabetes in fat people.
Supporters who contend that workers at the state minimum of $8 an hour can't make ends meet in San Diego plan to rally in Hillcrest Thursday evening after opponents of the increase plan to release a study in the morning.
County officials said that about a quarter of those who suffer a heart attack at home, work or in public receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation from someone nearby.
Proposition 41 has been approved by voters on Tuesday, which will approve $600 million in bonds to construct rental housing for veterans.
Prop. 42, which would remove the mandate that the state reimburse local entities for the cost of California's open meeting and Public Records Act, was approved by voters Tuesday.
Alberto Serrato, 57, faces 13 years in prison if convicted of fanning flames in the San Luis Rey riverbed.
The San Diego Association of Governments says 8,000 riders are scheduled to participate.
San Diego was just ahead of No. 9 Boston and just behind No. 7 Seattle.
Police arrested the 14-year-old boy after receiving reports Wednesday morning that he was displaying a handgun on campus. His father was later arrested on a weapons charge.
The blazes were in brush alongside traffic lanes on Interstate 805, near Plaza Boulevard, in National City, according to the California Highway Patrol.