Quotable #54: Rat Race

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“A study shows that stress does not cause high blood pressure. It was conducted with rats, so it may not mean much. They’re not in the people race.” — Bluefield Daily Telegraph, October 22, 1968

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7 thoughts on “Quotable #54: Rat Race

  1. A good point, editor at Bluefield Daily Telegraph, although mice and rats ARE generally regarded as suitable subjects in experiments due to similar genetics, biology, and behavior. Still, I feel badly for the lab rats.

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