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Life in the Antarctic reflects the disease of humans

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New imaging technique for diagnosing heart disease

Credit: CC0 Public Domain An international team led by scientists from the Lawson Health Research Institute and the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has shown for the first time that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to measure how the heart is delivered in both healthy and healthy individuals Cardiac patients oxygen consumes disease. Decreased blood flow to the heart muscle …

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Kyrgios (disease) withdraws from the French Open

PARIS – After a tantrum in Italy last week, Nick Kyrgios' 36th place retired on Friday from the French Open. The ATP said the Australian player called the disease the reason. Kyrgios was in default after a furious outburst at the Italian Open. In round 2 he met the Norwegian qualifier Casper Ruud, threw his bat in the sand and …

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A new wonder drug could cure a terrible disease – for $ 2 million per treatment

A new panacea comes for babies with a crippling, often deadly disease. Expected Price Tag: $ 2 million per treatment, reports the Wall Street Journal . Novartis AG is expected to begin selling Zolgensma, a potential cure for spinal atrophy, after the FDA approved this month. Novartis executives say Zolgensma's ability to stem SMA-a muscle-producing disease that kills babies before …

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More than 270 people died of congestive disease in the Indonesian elections

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Ten days after Indonesia held the largest one-day election in the world, more than 270 electoral workers died, mostly from fatigue-related illnesses caused by hours of work, officials said Sunday. FILE PHOTO – A worker arranges floral wreaths and congratulatory cards from people after the elections this week outside the headquarters of the General Election Commission (KPU) …

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Fight for the salvation of frogs from the global killer disease environment

Frogs, salamanders and toads around the world are now being attacked by a growing number of interacting agents that threaten to destroy the global amphibious stocks. This is a blatant warning from leading zoological experts who will gather in London this week in an attempt to come up with an emergency plan to rescue these endangered creatures. "The world's amphibians …

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'Worst disease ever recorded' is responsible for 'frog apocalypse'

An apocalyptic fungus that chews through the flesh of frogs and toads is the "worst-known disease ever recorded." The microbe kills unsuspecting victims by eating their skin and triggering heart attacks. For the first time, scientists CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM THE SUN The disease it causes, Chytridiomycosis, has wiped out 90 species of amphibian – including frogs, toads and …

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Deadly frog pathogen eliminates 90 species, is the most destructive disease we have seen

It started as a puzzle. Biologists all over the world reported that frogs just disappeared. Costa Rica 1987: The golden toad is missing. Australia, 1979: the stomach brood frog, gone. In Ecuador, Arthur's Stubfußkröte was last seen in 1988. Until 1990, cases of inexplicable frog decreases were mounting. These were not isolated incidents; It was a global pattern – one …

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Killer-frog disease "Part of the sixth mass extinction of the earth"

Copyright of the image Jonathan E. Kolby, Honduras Amphibian Rescue & Con Caption The mossy red-eyed frog (Duellmanohyla soralia) A fungus that kills amphibians is responsible for the largest documented loss of nature, according to researchers. Better biosafety and wildlife trade restrictions are urgently needed to prevent further extinction. The disease, chytridiomycosis, has led to mass extinctions of frogs, toads …

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Ancient rubbish hills from the Byzantine Empire reveal how disease and climate change destroyed ancient civilization

An old, 1,500-year-old garbage heap gave archaeologists an insight into the demise of the Byzantine Empire. To find out what might have contributed to the decline of the Byzantine Empire, the researchers examined rubbish heaps in the old outpost city of Elusa, in the Negev desert in Israel. The authors of the study, published in the journal PNAS, found that …

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