A selection of articles related to pericarditis pathology.
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- Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock)
- In ancient Greece Poison Hemlock was a regularly used punishment for criminals. In 399 BC the great philosopher Socrates was killed this way; his crime consisted of teaching people to think for themselves - a great evil in old dictatorial Greece. Thanks to...
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- Mariah Carey
- From the position of her birth Sun in Aries and looking at the aspects, we can understand that her career has no been easy; many problems must have tormented her and made her insecure along her way. Her teenage years have not been very happy; she did not have...
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- Results showed that consuming one or more meals that incorporated seafood per week was significantly correlated with less Alzheimer's disease pathology, which includes lower neuritic plaque density, less severe neurofibrillary tangles and lower ...
- Broken sleep raises risk of stroke
- Elderly people who sleep poorly and awaken frequently are more likely to have hardened blood vessels or oxygen-starved tissue in the brain, according to a report published in the journal Stroke.
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- The majority of colon cancer patients whose tumors have started to travel to nearby tissue but no further are cured by surgery alone. But in a minority of these stage 2 colon cancer cases, the cancer returns and the patients die.
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