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Run, rabbit run

I'm Hayley, my current location is Brooklyn.
Former location was Vero Beach.
I'm lost for now, and that's ok.
Jul 31 '14

A mood swing just roared it’s ugly head and I can’t decide if I want to kill everyone or just kill myself

Jul 31 '14

If everyone hates him, why does Justin Beiber still do all the dumb fuck stuff he does? I would’ve either changed or killed myself out of pure global rejection by now

Jul 31 '14
Jul 31 '14

I swear to god when I settle down and have kids I am not going to move them to a place like Vero Beach where there are no places for them to explore and try new things.

I want to live near a city where I can drive in and take them to a class on just about anything they could be interested in. From something like being highly interested in bugs to wanting to be a movie star.

I don’t want them to go out into the world with other people who have been working on stuff since they were little. I want my kids to have all the advantages they can to learn and make something of themselves

Jul 31 '14

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Jul 31 '14

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Jul 31 '14

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Jul 31 '14
Jul 31 '14

I’ve eaten 1 piece of toast in 4 hours go me

Now to move up to more toast or rice

Jul 31 '14
Jul 31 '14

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Jul 31 '14

I lost 5 lbs from this stomach bug

I JUST WANNA EAT MAN

Jul 31 '14
Jul 31 '14
currentsinbiology:

Unexpected stem cell factories found inside teeth
Researchers have now discovered nervous system cells transforming back into stem cells in a very surprising place: inside teeth. This unexpected source of stem cells potentially offers scientists a new starting point from which to grow human tissues for therapeutic or research purposes without using embryos.

“More than just applications within dentistry, this finding can have very broad implications,” says developmental biologist Igor Adameyko of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, who led the new work. “These stem cells could be used for regenerating cartilage and bone as well.”

Researchers were studying glial cells, which support and surround neurons that wind through the mouth and gums and help transmit signals of pain from the teeth to the brain. When they added fluorescent labels to a set of glial cells in mice, they saw that over time, some of them migrated away from neurons in the gums toward the inside of teeth, where they transformed into mesenchymal stem cells. Eventually, the same cells matured into tooth cells, the team reported this week in Nature
Flexible. Nerve cells sometimes spontaneously transform into stem cells inside teeth, researchers have discovered. Pasieka/Science Photo Library/Corbis

currentsinbiology:

Unexpected stem cell factories found inside teeth

Researchers have now discovered nervous system cells transforming back into stem cells in a very surprising place: inside teeth. This unexpected source of stem cells potentially offers scientists a new starting point from which to grow human tissues for therapeutic or research purposes without using embryos.

“More than just applications within dentistry, this finding can have very broad implications,” says developmental biologist Igor Adameyko of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, who led the new work. “These stem cells could be used for regenerating cartilage and bone as well.”

Researchers were studying glial cells, which support and surround neurons that wind through the mouth and gums and help transmit signals of pain from the teeth to the brain. When they added fluorescent labels to a set of glial cells in mice, they saw that over time, some of them migrated away from neurons in the gums toward the inside of teeth, where they transformed into mesenchymal stem cells. Eventually, the same cells matured into tooth cells, the team reported this week in Nature

Flexible. Nerve cells sometimes spontaneously transform into stem cells inside teeth, researchers have discovered. Pasieka/Science Photo Library/Corbis

Jul 31 '14

seethestarsablaze:

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vikadi:

set of nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo. i don’t think i have enough space on my tumblr for all his works that i’d like to post.

these are incredible

Wow.