In Spain’s for the first time, people with the Chikungunya Virus. In the holiday province of Alicante in the East of the country were infected tourists from the Island with the mosquito-borne Virus. In the case of the Affected three members of a family that was in may, on the Costa Blanca. As the competent
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Having a child with a developmental disorder can cause parents to worry about the outcome of further pregnancies. In cases where the genetic mutation causing the disorder is not present in either parent, it is assumed to be a one-off event with a very small chance of recurrence. But in some families, the risk of
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Millions of people worldwide suffer from Vitiligo, a disease in which the skin loses its natural pigmentation and bright skin patch form. Also if, in addition to the bright spots are usually no other symptoms occur, the disease may be distressing. Dermatologists understand that patients can do with Vitiligo but even more, to reduce visibility
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A truck driver implicated by his DNA and family tree in a double murder more than 30 years after the crime will face trial this week in the first case using a revolutionary investigative technique. Supporters and critics alike of “genetic genealogy”—the technique used to identify the suspected “Golden State Killer” by making DNA matches
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Using the genome-editing system CRISPR, researchers at MIT and in China have engineered macaque monkeys to express a gene mutation linked to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders in humans. These monkeys show some behavioral traits and brain connectivity patterns similar to those seen in humans with these conditions. Mouse studies of autism and other neurodevelopmental
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Women get autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis eight times more than men do. On the other hand, women have a smaller risk of getting non-reproductive cancers such as melanoma, colon, kidney and lung cancer. And while there are some exciting developments in cancer treatments, such as immunotherapies, research is showing
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The gymnast whose legs were broken in a disastrous mid-routine accident has walked down the aisle. Both of Samantha Cerio’s legs snapped outwards only 20 seconds into a routine in April, ending her career on the mat. But weeks after undergoing major surgery, the 22-year-old American has walked down the aisle, unassisted, to wed her
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The feeling of having a lump in the throat, is one of the most common reasons why people doctor to go to a ENT. Usually nothing Serious is behind the complaints, the symptoms usually disappear by itself. Different for a woman from the Northern Irish Portadown. The Mitvierzigerin had, in addition to the foreign body
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Look up the word “impressive” in the dictionary and you’ll probably find Suzy Walsham there too. As the world’s top-ranked female tower runner, the 45-year-old has taken to the stairwells of some of the tallest skyscrapers known to man – including the Empire State Building where she defended her 10th title this month. Her feat?
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The brain allows himself no break, round-the-clock it is active. At night, it brings Sleep, dreams, experiences, before the mind’s eye. However, after getting Up, many often do not know whether, and to what you have dreamt of. “This is totally normal,” says Michael Schredl, scientific Director of the sleep laboratory at the Central Institute
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