Lhistoire De La Bite !!INSTALL!!
C'est ce qui s'est passé à l' University of Chicago Medical Center fin juin 2016 sous les yeux de Diane, une Américaine atteinte d'un cancer du sein en stade 3 , soit une étape avant le dernier stade, le 4, celui des métastases et de la mort certaine. C'est ce conte de fée qu'elle nous raconte dans un long courrier posté sur le site américain de petites annonces Craigslist et intitulé Your dick piccured my breast cancer , c'est-à-dire, en français : les photos de ta bite ont guéri mon cancer. Ce qui est assez étonnant.
Lhistoire De La Bite
In Florida and other southeastern states, the golden silk spider, Trichonephila clavipes (Linnaeus), a large orange and brown spider with the feathery tufts on its legs is well know to most native southerners. It is particularly despised by hikers and hunters, as during late summer and fall the large golden webs of this species make a sticky trap for the unwary. However, as is typical with most spiders, there is little real danger from an encounter with the golden silk spider. The spider will bite only if held or pinched, and the bite itself will produce only localized pain with a slight redness, which quickly goes away. On the whole, the bite is much less severe than a bee sting. Typically, the webs are made in open woods or edges of dense forest, usually attached to trees and low shrubs, although they may be in the tops of trees or between the wires of utility lines (Krakauer 1972). Prey consists of a wide variety of small to medium-sized flying insects, including flies, bees, wasps, and small moths and butterflies (Robinson and Mirick 1971). We have also seen them feeding on small beetles and dragonflies. These spiders are not usually found in row crops, due to requirements of web support, but they were one of the two most common orb-weavers in citrus groves (Muma 1975) and have been recorded from pecan (Whitcomb unpublished). Small, immature instars occasionally make webs between rows in soybean fields (Whitcomb and Edwards unpublished).
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Rabies became a neglected disease when it was eliminated from Europe and North America. It is emerging in some island territories and remains uncontrolled in most of the developing world, where surveillance of dog bites, rabies exposures (syndromic or laboratory-confirmed) or rabies deaths, is poor [242,243]. The prevention of human rabies deaths in the 21stC still rests on tools and strategies developed in the 19thC: Effective primary prevention of animal bites and responsible dog ownership as delineated by Fleming (in 1872) ; canine vaccination as proposed by H. Bouley (in 1884)  and timely and effective rabies post-exposure prophylaxis (developed by Pasteur and his team and first administered in 1885).
In a series of experiments, beginning in June 1900, the Reed Commission eventually proved that yellow fever was spread not by poor sanitation, but by female Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes, which carried the virus from person to person with their bites. To confirm their conclusions, the commission disproved the bacterial theory and direct contact as causes for the spreading of the disease by having volunteer soldiers wear soiled clothing that belonged to infected patients over a period of time.
Population parameters and behaviour of the herbivorous fish Sarpa salpa, present differences between protected and non-protected seagrass meadows of the north-western Mediterranean Sea. Larger individuals are more abundant inside protected areas, where their grazing pressure on seagrass is disproportionately greater than that of smaller fish feeding on algae and seagrass in unprotected areas. The feeding rate (bites per minute per individual) of smaller fish in unprotected areas is relatively high; however, the denser populations of larger fish in protected areas consume more forage because individual mouth gape is greater and larger fish remove more forage per bite. All these differences suggest a higher impact on seagrass meadows inside protected areas.