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    The Black Death wiped out close to a quarter of the world's population. Even our familiar foe 'the flu' was one of the deadliest infectious disease of the twentieth century. Fighting these killers is an ongoing battle, as each infection adapts to outwit our defenses. Ancient treatments ranged from using leeches to suck out blood to performing strange magical rituals, but nothing stopped the...
  • Lead poisoning from ammunition takes an extreme and painful toll on animals, and threatens the integrity of the environment, according to supporters of the bill.
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  • Pain is all in the brain. When we break a leg or pull a muscle, millions of ... to release chemicals telling us 'it hurts'. To fight the pain , our brains release their own natural painkillers. The problem is, these ...
  • ... are now being used to improve the way we look! The deadly poison curare was first used on the tips of arrows used by indigenous hunters ...
  • ... California toxicologist studying the effects of rat poison on the state's wildlife: his dog was apparently killed in an act of ... California toxicologist studying the effects of rat poison on the state's wildlife: his dog was apparently killed in an act of ...
  • ... drop their bulky backpacks, weighed down with tools, food, poison , plastic piping, and tents, and begin clearing the ground manually and ... reported , 90 percent of birds of prey tested had rat poison in their bloodstream. Our beautiful forests, and the critical ...
  • ... fear, anguish, apprehension, a lack of safety, a profound pain , the feeling is very different." This is the way life is lived in Mexico ... tragedy or censoring so as not to be afflicted by more pain , the stigma of the killer and exploring the killer's psychology in order ...
  • Tension is high in town when the Store Manager finally gets the Councilor to kick Mai Biggie and the women vendors of the street. Tari fights for vendors and in order to do so, she will have to stand up to the manager, her family and historical preconceptions about women and business.

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