It would seem quite logical that this record should be held by an Indian. The fakir has been, for some centuries, an iconic figure in popular representations of India, and Westerners have over the years flocked to India to learn something of the ascetic and meditative practices of Indian holy men. In colonial writings, the […]

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However, as a corporal Bullard got in a fight with an officer and was withdrawn from the aviation corps. He stayed in France into World War II and helped the French Resistance, earning the Legion of Honor. Score: 2. From displacement maps, strains are determined across the entire PCLS or along user specified directions. In […]

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The study, conducted by researchers at University of California, San Francisco, Duke University School of Medicine and Third Affiliated Hospital of Nanchang University, Nanchang, China, did not differentiate between women who took low estrogen or regular birth control pills. Investigators theorize that when women are not on the pill, their natural estrogen levels go up […]

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The star also took the Best Actress prize at the 1950 Venice Film Festival, where her rivals included Ingrid Bergman in the Italian Stromboli directed byBergman new beau, Roberto Rossellini.(READ: TIME review of Caged by subscribing to TIME)Parker dramatic profile now in more visible relief, she was cast by William Wyler in his film version […]

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Although the neuraminidase inhibitors (NIs), oseltamivir and zanamivir were first licensed in 1999, their clinical effectiveness is still hotly debated. Two rigorous systematic reviews and meta analyses of the data from clinical trials conducted in community settings against relatively benign influenza, both suggest that reductions in symptom duration are extremely modest, under one day. Whilst […]

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