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Introdução aos Estudos Epidemiológicos - Resumo - Epidemiologia

Introdução aos Estudos Epidemiológicos - Resumo - Epidemiologia

MERS coronavirus particles on camel epithelial cells. Credit: NIAID

MERS-CoV particles on camel epithelial cells. Credit: NIAID in collaboration with Colorado State University

The parasite T. gondii, seen here, may be changing connections between our neurones, altering how we act and feel. (Dennis Kunkel Microscropy, Inc./Visuals Unlimited/Corbis Images)

How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy

How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy - parasites could be the cause of some of our *weird* behavior. Now my distaste for cats is legitimized.

Reports: Howard University treating possible Ebola patient - A possible case of Ebola has been identified at Howard University Hospital in D.C., according to multiple news reports Friday.   The patient is reportedly being quarantined after presenting Ebola-like symptoms, but remains in stable condition, NBC Washington reported.

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

Os 5 piores helmintos do mundo

World’s worst parasitic worms Science/AAAS “ Hookworms, roundworms, and other species of parasitic worms known as helminths have thrived in mammals for millions of years. Despite modern strides in.

Jednostavni lijekovi protiv raka!

Jednostavni lijekovi protiv raka!

small cancerous lung tumor, I would just like to add that I don't mind the sales of cigarrettes, this is what people risk. The smarter generation shall live on, we don't have enough room on this floating rock to keep everyone.

Nano-needles for cells: Tiny needles can force medicine into cells, even when they resist taking it

Nano-needles for cells: Tiny needles can force medicine into cells, even when they resist taking it

Nano-needles for cells: Tiny needles can force medicine into cells, even when they resist taking it - thats counterintuitive.

coronavirus structure - Google Search

coronavirus structure - Google Search

Nanotechnology Now - Press Release: "Silver Replaced with Copper Nanoparticles to Produce Antibacterial Fabrics"

Iranian researchers from Amirkabir University of Technology used copper nanoparticles to produce new antibacterial fabric that can be applied in medical, clothing and home textile industries.

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