Mummy masih gatal2 lagi tak kat badan mummy? Masa dalam perut mummy dulu, Dedel selalu dengar mummy cakap dalam hati "sabar, sabar, takpe. Gatal2 bukan sebab buat jahat, sebab nak ada zuriat. Takpe, sabar sabar. Tahan gatal tahan gatal". Dedel dengar mummy doa kat Allah, mummy cakap, mummy terseksa sebab gatal2 ni. mummy asyik garu2. Tapi mummy tak salahkan Allah, sebab mummy bersyukur tak lama lagi mummy nak jadi seorang ibu. Mummy kata, kalau gatal2 ni tak kurang takpelah, tapi Allah bagilah mummy sifat sabar yang tinggi. Sebab, bila mummy tak sabar, mummy mudah marah. Nanti mangsanya Ayahlah, sebab ayah paling dekat. Ayah takkan faham kenapa mummy selalu marah2. Mummy taknak jadi nusyuz, mummy nak rumahtangga bahagia, mummy mintak sangat2 mummy jadi orang yang sangat sangat sangat sangat sangat sabar. Kesian mummy, sebab pregnantkan Dedel, mummy kena penyakit gatal2 macam tu. Sorry mummy. Terima Kasih lahirkan Dedel. Love u Mummy. Love u Ayah. ...
The hunt is on! The Heroes mission is to move through the Tombs, collecting Mystic Mummy Element Coins. But beware the Mummy, who seeks to foil the Heroes, stalking them across the board to steal their treasure! Movement around the board is unusual in that a spinner is used to randomly choose one of eight symbols, and the player then moves to the nearest space displaying that symbol. Landing on certain spaces results in a question being read from a deck of question cards, if the player correctly answers the question they are rewarded with an extra turn and possibly an Element Coin (the collection of which is the key to winning the game for the Heroes). The Mummy Hunters is a board game included in a box set "The Mummy Collection" along with a 6 DVD set of the three Mummy movies (The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor) as well as a "pictorial movie book" of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
Although interest in Ancient Egypt steadily increased after that period, further finds of mummy portraits did not become known before the early 19th century. The provenance of these first new finds is unclear; they may come from Saqqara as well, or perhaps from Thebes. In 1820, the Baron of Minotuli acquired several mummy portraits for a German collector, but they became part of a whole shipload of Egyptian artifacts lost in the North Sea. In 1827, Léon de Laborde brought two portraits, supposedly found in Memphis, to Europe, one of which can today be seen at the Louvre, the other in the British Museum. Ippolito Rosellini, a member of Jean-François Champollions 1828/29 expedition to Egypt, brought a further portrait back to Florence. It is so similar to de Labordes specimens that it is thought to be from the same source.[5] During the 1820s, the British Consul General to Egypt, Henry Salt, sent several further portraits to Paris and London. Some of them were long considered portraits of the ...
Researchers with the Imagens Médicas Integradas (IMI) in Lisbon, Portugal believe that they have discovered the oldest ever case of prostate cancer in Egypt, thanks to scans performed on a 2,250-year-old mummy at the citys National Archaeology Museum.. The discovery, which has been detailed in the International Journal of Paleopathology and was also the topic of a Thursday article by Simon Tomlinson of the Daily Mail, comes after IMI researchers discovered tumors between the pelvis and lumbar spine of an unnamed Ptolemaic mummy by using high-powered digital imaging technology.. According to Tomlinson, the 5-foot, 5-inch adult male mummy was between 51 and 60 years of age when he died, and the researchers said in their paper that the bone lesions they discovered were "very suggestive of metastatic prostate cancer.". Those lesions were discovered using Multi Detector Computerized Tomography"- ("¬MDCT"-).. The Daily Mail reported that digital x-rays illustrated that the mummy, which has been ...
Two Egyptian mummies who died more than 3,500 years ago have provided clear evidence for the earliest known cases of malaria, according to a study presented this week in Naples at an international conference on ancient DNA.. Pathologist Andreas Nerlich and colleagues at the Academic Teaching Hospital München-Bogenhausen in Munich, Germany, studied 91 bone tissue samples from ancient Egyptian mummies and skeletons dating from 3500 to 500 B.C.. Using special techniques from molecular biology, such as DNA amplification and gene sequencing, the researchers identified ancient DNA for the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum in tissues from two mummies.. We now know for sure that malaria was endemic in ancient Egypt. This was only been speculated on the basis reports by [the 5th century B.C.Greek historian] Herodotus and some [continue] ...
I saw my cousin posting this set of interview questions on Facebook and thought it would be fun to try with kiki!. ‐--------. What makes Mummy happy?. Kiki: Love. What makes Mummy sad?. Kiki: No love.. How tall is Mummy?. Kiki: Super tall!. What is Mummys favorite thing to do?. Kiki: Drawing!. What is Mummys favorite food?. Kiki: Spicy noodles. What is Mummys favorite drink?. Kiki: Coffee!. If Mummy could go anywhere, where would she go?. Kiki: Vivocity. Do you think you could live without Mummy?. Kiki: NO!. What is Mummys job?. Kiki: Drawing?. How old is Mummy?. Kiki: Erm.. lemme think for a minute.. (after a bit of time)… FORTY-SIX!. What is Mummys favorite color?. Kiki: Pink!. How much do you love Mummy?. Kiki: Ten thousand love!. ❤. ...
so mummy berat hati tak benti2 mummy nanges..mmg mummy tak bleh idup tanpa merah..so masa dalam keta mmg suarapun takkuar.tersekat kat kerongkong..pastu bleh hubby kata belum masuk tol nie yang..bleh patah balik..so setelah pk2 biarlah merah ada ngan mummy..kalau terjadi ALLAH nak bg bersalin tgh2 malam biar papa dukung merah.papa tak payah masuk teman mummy dkt labour roompun takper..janji papa n merah ada di hsptl.. ...
yang beshnya semua nak mummy watkan..susu..main mainan..tido nak berpeluk bercium bagai..n bila mummy marah n tak bagi sesuatu yang dia nak dia panjat atas mummy n peuk mummy..yang terharu siap cium cium mummy,..hikhik pandai nak umpan. ...
The Tyrolean Iceman, a 5,300-year-old Copper age individual, was discovered in 1991 on the Tisenjoch Pass in the Italian part of the Ötztal Alps. Here we report the complete genome sequence of the Iceman and show 100% concordance between the previously reported mitochondrial genome sequence and the consensus sequence generated from our genomic data. We present indications for recent common ancestry between the Iceman and present-day inhabitants of the Tyrrhenian Sea, that the Iceman probably had brown eyes, belonged to blood group O and was lactose intolerant. His genetic predisposition shows an increased risk for coronary heart disease and may have contributed to the development of previously reported vascular calcifications. Sequences corresponding to ~60% of the genome of Borrelia burgdorferi are indicative of the earliest human case of infection with the pathogen for Lyme borreliosis ...
The Tyrolean Iceman, a 5,300-year-old Copper age individual, was discovered in 1991 on the Tisenjoch Pass in the Italian part of the Ötztal Alps. Here we report the complete genome sequence of the Iceman and show 100% concordance between the previously reported mitochondrial genome sequence and the consensus sequence generated from our genomic data. We present indications for recent common ancestry between the Iceman and present-day inhabitants of the Tyrrhenian Sea, that the Iceman probably had brown eyes, belonged to blood group O and was lactose intolerant. His genetic predisposition shows an increased risk for coronary heart disease and may have contributed to the development of previously reported vascular calcifications. Sequences corresponding to ~60% of the genome of Borrelia burgdorferi are indicative of the earliest human case of infection with the pathogen for Lyme borreliosis ...
Mummy that curators believe to be Rameses I, pharoah of Egypt from 1293 BC to 1291 BC is returning to Egypt after more than century in United States; mummy was gift from Michael C Carlos Museum at Emory University, that had bought mummy in 1999 from a freak-show collection; will stop at Cairo Museum before heading to permanent home in Luxor Museum; some despute that mummy is actually Rameses I, but most are confident with the attribution
Posted on 03/10/2013 6:19:17 PM PDT by BenLurkin. Even without modern-day temptations like fast food or cigarettes, people had clogged arteries some 4,000 years ago, according to the biggest-ever study of mummies searching for the condition. Researchers say that suggests heart disease may be more a natural part of human aging rather than being directly tied to contemporary risk factors like smoking, eating fatty foods and not exercising. CT scans of 137 mummies showed evidence of atherosclerosis, or hardened arteries, in one third of those examined, including those from ancient people believed to have healthy lifestyles. Atherosclerosis causes heart attacks and strokes. More than half of the mummies were from Egypt while the rest were from Peru, southwest America and the Aleutian islands in Alaska. The mummies were from about 3800 B.C. to 1900 A.D ...
The response to potentially the biggest discovery in human history has been shameful. Most mainstream media has completely ignored the mummies. Others have spent their time making silly claims about the mummies completely independent of facts. Some have ignored the mummies as much as possible and instead focused on the cost of a Gaia membership, or the few times in the course of a very long career that award-winning investigative journalist, Jaime Mussan had been in error. These articles and comments left on various social media sites perfectly match documented methods of running a disinformation campaign. What is appalling is that Gaia and the research team are being accused of manufacturing hoaxes and dragging out the process of reporting them in order to earn as much money as possible (see disinfo tactic rule #7: question motives). This is ridiculous as they have done their best to get others including the Peruvian Ministry of Culture to participate in the investigation. That doesnt sound ...
Incorruptibles vs. Mummies - Incorruptibles vs. mummies isnt much of a debate -- science explains mummies. Read about incorruptibles vs. mummies and why incorruptibles are so mysterious.
Lets bust some mummies! The goal of this game is to get all the mummies into the spike pit by switching places with them. When you are near the trap, click on a mummy and you will automatically switch places. Solve some tricky levels, collect all the stars and enjoy the music as you play Mummy Busters!.. ...
CT Scans Reveal Miniature Mummies Surprising Contents. by Alex Fox/Smithsonianmag.com. For almost half a century, researchers at the Haifa Museums in Israel thought that a pair of miniature Egyptian mummies housed in their collections contained human hearts. But when museum staff brought the sarcophagi to a local hospital for a computerized tomography (CT) scan last month, they realized the ancient wrappings actually concealed the remains of a bird and a wad of grain and mud, reports Rossella Tercatin for the Jerusalem Post.. The mummified bird is probably a falcon. Interestingly, it appears to be missing a key body part: namely, its left leg.. "Nobody knows why," Marcia Javitt, head of medical imaging at the Rambam Health Care Campus, where a team scanned the mummies on June 29, tells Live Sciences Laura Geggel.. The bird is also missing several organs. Its neck is broken-an injury that probably occurred after death, according to Javitt.. Aside from the fact that the artifacts are Egyptian ...
Egyptian mummies with arterial occlusive recently, the U.S. - Egypt Joint Study Group and the Museum for 52 off Luoai had CT scans of mummies to the study of ancient diseases. The scans showed nearly half of the mummy there and atherosclerosis-related artery occlusion, the disease can lead to heart attack or stroke ...
The most ancient Egyptian afflicted with atherosclerosis was Lady Rai, who lived to an estimated age of 30 to 40 years around 1530 BC and had been the nursemaid to Queen Ahmose Nefertiri. To put this in context, Lady Rai lived about 300 years prior to the time of Moses and 200 prior to King Tutankhamun (Tut).. In those mummies whose identities could be determined, all were of high socioeconomic status, generally serving in the court of the Pharaoh or as priests or priestess. While the diet of any one mummy could not be determined, eating meat in the form of cattle, ducks and geese was not uncommon during these times. "While we do not know whether atherosclerosis caused the demise of any of the mummies in the study, we can confirm that the disease was present in many," Thomas says. In addition to Thomas, Dr. Adel Allam of the Al Azhar Medical School in Cairo, Egypt, is the studys co-principal investigator. Dr. Randall Thompson of the Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Mo.; Dr. L. Samuel ...
6mth - 1st time kamu demam lama. Selalu kamu kalau mummy tengok macam nak demam, mummy dah standby sumbat mulut kamu, soh nenen byk2. InsyaAllah esok nya elok. X jadi demam nak datang. Ni lambat 2 minggu baru buat 6mth jab. Bulan ni kamu mengada2 lebih. Asal mummy hilang dari pandangan, menangis berlagu2 kuo berjujuran air mata. Kalah Aaron berlakon dlm Ombak Rindu. Haha Kalau jiran sebelah dengo sure kata mummy dera kamu. Tapi kalau mummy buat kerja sebelah kamu, kamu main ok je. Main makin ligat. Tak terkawal sampai. Betul lah orang cakap kalau budak dua pusar mmg sangat aktif. Daddy pon satu. Kalau main ngan kamu yang ganas2. Lagi lasak lagi kamu suka. Kalau dengan mummy, nak suruh mummy lambung2 tinggi, kepala kat bawah kaki kat atas, lompat2..memang SAH2 mummy surrender awal la. Mau terbukak balik jahitan mummy dik. Kang tak ada chance la kamu ada nak ada adik. Tetttt. ...
A 2150-year-old Egyptian mummy, catalogued as M1, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, a new study has revealed.. The mummy, kept at the National Archaeology Museum of Lisbon, was decked with a cartonnage mask and bib and also had an elaborately painted shroud.. The man, about 5ft 5in tall, was between 51 and 60 years old when he died a slow, painful death.. For the study, the researchers subjected the mummy to powerful Multi Detector Computerized Tomography (MDCT) scans.. The specially designed protocol produced "really unusual high quality images," Carlos Prates, a radiologist at Imagens Médicas Integradas in Lisbon told Discovery News.. The scan showed a pattern of round and dense tumours, measuring between 0.03 and 0.59 inches, interspersed M1s pelvis and lumbar spine.. "The bone lesions were considered very suggestive of metastatic prostate cancer" the researchers said.. Initially, the researchers had zeroed in on other diseases as well but M1s sex, age, the distribution pattern of ...
Oubre will receive a much warmer welcome when the Wizards return to the friendly confines of Verizon Center for Fridays Game 6. Bradley, who is playing with a sore hip, scored 25 points in the first half as the Celtics compiled a 22-point half-time lead. The non-royal mummies, including some completely intact, were found inside a catacomb by a Cairo University expedition in the village of Tuna al-Gabal.. The discovery of the mummies is considered unprecedented because it is the first of its kind in that area. The lack of tourists devastated the Egyptian government, and they are hoping that this archaeological discovery, and the many that they hope will follow, will help usher the tourists back into Egypt.. Egypts Antiquities Minister Khaled Al-Anani said the year had been a historic one for archaeological discoveries in the country.. It was the second discovery of mummies announced with much fanfare by the government in less than a month. However, in 2011, there was an uprising that caused the ...
Wheres My Mummy? (Carolyn Crimi) at Booksamillion.com. This gently spooky read-aloud treat is also a satisfying bedtime book -- sure to delight the youngest reader on many a deep, dark night. Little Baby Mummy wants just one more game of hide-and-shriek with Big Mama Mummy before bedtime. The night is deep and dark, full of friendly creatures that click their clacky teeth and whoosh past on flippy-floppy wings..
Read story Marrige anversary per mummy ki chudai by ranbir376 with 175,901 reads.Marrige anversary per mummy ki chudai Abhi tak aap karwa choth me mummy ki c...
The Warsaw Mummy Project is the worlds largest interdisciplinary programme to study Egyptian mummies. Its scientists collaborate with the likes of the National Museum in Warsaw and the Louvre Museum in Paris, with the aim of tracking down cancers that have plagued mankind since antiquity.
A study by a clinical professor at UCSD shows that ancient Egyptian mummies had clogged arteries. This dispels the notion that arterial sclerosis is a modern disease. Cardiologist Michael Miyamoto says arterial sclerosis is strongly associated with the bad habits of modern Americans: things like smoking, fat consumption and sedentary lifestyles.
Newly released photos depict how ancient Egyptian mummies actually looked prior to death, even going so far as to give a detailed look at the hair styles of the day.
The Younger Lady is the informal name given to a mummy discovered in the Egyptian Valley of the Kings, in tomb KV35 by archeologist Victor Loret in 1898. The mummy also has been given the designation KV35YL ("YL" for "Younger Lady") and 61072, and currently resides in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Through recent DNA tests this mummy has been identified as the mother of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun, and a daughter of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and Queen Tiye. Early speculation was that this mummy was the remains of Queen Nefertiti, which remains plausible, but DNA tests have not confirmed this and questions about that possibility remain. The mummy was found adjacent to two other mummies in KV35: a young boy who died at around the age of 10, thought to be Webensenu, and another, older woman, identified as Queen Tiye by the recent DNA studies on Tutankhamuns lineage. All were found together, lying naked side-by-side and unidentified in a small antechamber of the tomb. All three mummies had been extensively ...
Ni, mummy nak cite ni.. Sabtu lepas kan, mummy pergi check up kat hospital yang bakal kita ketemu nanti. Doktor tu buat Vaginal Exam kat bahagian bawah mummy ni. Dia nak check sama ada kepala Baby N dah masuk ke pintu laluan keluar rumah ke belom. Mummy macam speechless gila. Tapi serah diri juga la baring kat atas katil tu. Selak lah kain untuk pertama kalinya. Mula-mula doktor tu masukkan macam tiub plastik, pastu dia pakai glove letak cecair kat tangan dia. pastu dia seluk kat bawah mummy. Masa tu mummy tutup mulut pakai tangan sebab takut sangat-sangat dan ada rasa ngilu siket. The result is, "kepala baby N masih tak masuk pintu laluan lagi" Okey mummy kecewa siket la.. Ingatkan esok lusa ni je kita boleh jumpa. Rupanya kene postpone lagi seminggu. ...
Ancient Egyptians revered cats and other animals and took as much care in preparing them for their passage to the next life as they did with humans, scientists said. A study of animal mummies from tombs dating back thousands of years showed the ingredients the Egyptians used to preserve them were the same as those used for humans. The U.K. researchers published their study in todays issue of the journal Nature.. "The sorts of compounds we were finding indicate they were embalming them in the much same way, with some exotic ingredients," said Professor Richard Evershed, an expert in archaeological chemistry at the University of Bristol.. Millions of mummified animals, birds and reptiles have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs, which has led scientists to assume that little care or expense was involved.. It was thought they were simply wrapped in coarse linen bandages and dipped in preservatives. But Evershed and his team, who studied the mummies of a cat, two hawks and an ibis dating from ...
I do think like you...I only wonder why they didnt want to make DNA test...in my opinion the fact that it is an invasive test is just an excuse....when Hawass wanted to prove that Joan Fletcher was saying foolishness about the hipothesys of the mummy of Nefertiti, he didnt hesitate to make the test on that mummy to prove that that was a Male and not Female....why didnt he do that on Tut?....what I think is that this way hes gonna have something to say in his "dark" period, when nothing will come out, hell have some new scoop to declare to the international press, he will have some new and fresh money from National Geographic or Discovery Channel, or whatever TV channel who will be ready to pay him some more money...what do you think about that ...
THE worlds oldest mummies have just had an unusual check-up. More than 7,000 years after they were embalmed by the Chinchorro people, an ancient civilisation in modern-day Chile and Peru, 15 mummies were taken to a Santiago clinic last week to undergo DNA analysis and computerised tomography scans.
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In ancient Egypt, they mummified the dead to preserve the body. However, the Egyptians probably didnt expect to see a walking mummy back from the grave. Transform your child into a Mysterious Mummy in this costume for girls.

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The second of the National Museum of Scotlands Museum Lates events, Night of the Mummy saw the galleries of the Chambers St institution filled with the sights, sounds and smells of ancient Egypt in a fun-packed evening inspired by the current Fascinating Mummies exhibition. The 2,000 tickets were snapped up soon after they went on […]. ...
Now a team led by cardiologists Adel Allam of the Al Azhar Medical School in Cairo and Gregory Thomas of the University of California, Irvine, has conducted the broadest and most detailed study yet of atherosclerosis-a hardening of the arteries that causes both strokes and heart attacks-among ancient Egypts upper classes by building on earlier work and performing CT scans on 52 of their mummies. In a study presented at the scientific session of the American College of Cardiology today in New Orleans, the team found that 44 of the mummies still possessed identifiable cardiovascular tissue, and of these 45% exhibited definite or probable hardening of the arteries ...
... - My daughter is doing a report on Ancient Egypt. For this she wanted to make a mummy. She designed him to have a working nasal cavity for removal of th
Djedptahiufankh mummy. Mummified remains of the Egyptian prince Djedptahiufankh in a climate-controlled display case. Djedptahiufankh was known as the Fourth Prophet of Amun, during the reign of Shoshenq I (943-922 BC), founder of the 22nd Dynasty. He was the son of a priest and one of the most important state officials at Thebes at that time. Photographed in the Royal Mummy Hall of the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo, Egypt. - Stock Image C010/3039
State-of-the-art CT scanning is giving researchers at the British Museum the opportunity to digitally unwrap ancient Egyptian mummies. The non-invasive technique preserves the delicate remains, but has given new insights into mummification and...
It is a unique find," he said, confirming that initial examinations indicate a mummy is inside the coffin.. The carved plaster sarcophagus is only 3 feet long and shows a woman wearing a long tunic, a headscarf, bracelet and shoes, as well as a beaded necklace. Colored stones in the sarcophagus eyes gave the appearance she is awake.. Afifi said they had not dated the new find yet, but the burial style indicated she belonged to Egypts period of Roman rule lasting a few hundred years and starting in 31 B.C.. He said his team first thought they had stumbled across a childs tomb because of its diminutive stature, but the decorations and features indicated it was a woman.. Afifi said it was still unclear who the woman was but said it was most likely she was a wealthy and influential member of her society, judging by the effort taken on the sarcophagus.. Mummies of people of diminutive stature have been unearthed in other parts of Egypt, where they appeared to have importance in local religions at ...
With a ragtag team of hangers-on and a rival group of Americans (all ripe for the slow picking-off by the unimaginable horrors ahead) on their heels, they of course find the city of yore where they - oops! - accidentally awaken Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), high priest of Osiris. For his crime of nooky with the pharaohs mistress, Imhotep was mummified alive 3000 years earlier, this horrible fate leaving him undead for eternity. Enter members of an ancient secret society, the descendants of the pharaohs bodyguards who are sworn to protect Imhoteps mummy - they were supposed to prevent it from being reanimated, lest Imhotep (aka "bringer of death") become an "unholy flesh eater with the strength of ages." Now they tell us. Course, the curse on Imhoteps sarcophagus did warn that "death will come on swift wings" to whomever opens the thing.. If youre looking for a thematic remake of the 1932 classic, you wont find it here. Theres none of the pathos of Boris Karloffs mummy in our bad guy - ...
SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Over the next week, UC Davis ophthalmologist William Lloyd will dissect and examine the eyes of two North Chilean mummies for evidence of various diseases and medical conditions. One of the eyes belonged to a boy who was 2 years old when he died 1,000 years ago, and the other is from a female, who was approximately 23 years old when she died 750 years ago. "The opportunity to analyze two pre-Columbian era mummy eyes is exciting and fascinating," said Lloyd, an accomplished physician, researcher, professor, author and expert in comparative ophthalmology, which involves the study of the eye across species. Lloyd holds joint appointments in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Vision Science, and Pathology at the UC Davis School of Medicine. "By analyzing these eyes, we hope to determine if their pathology suggests any so-called modern day diseases, like diabetes or high blood pressure.". It all began when Huck Holz, chief resident in the Department of Ophthalmology and ...
Chris Mullany, creative technology director at AllofUs, says, We wanted to create a more physical way to navigate through content. We kept coming back to the idea of quite a simple mechanism - the audience is quite varied, theres going to be family groups so you have to cater for children and also people who know more about it.. The consultancy worked with the exhibition curators to create digital interactives that unveil in more depth the high-definition scans of data taken from the mummies - including age, sex, state of health and objects buried with them, such as amulets. Visitors can view these using hand gestures that let them control the speed and direction with which the layers of the mummy are unwrapped.. ...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - CT scans of 137 mummies spanning four geographies and 4,000 years of history show that hardening of the arteries was commonplace, especially in older individuals, suggesting this key sign of heart disease may be a part of aging rather than the byproduct of eating too many Big Macs.. The findings, presented on Sunday at the American College of Cardiology meeting in San Francisco and published in the Lancet medical journal, challenge the commonly held belief that atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries - the disease that causes heart attacks and strokes - is a modern plague brought on by smoking, obesity and sedentary lifestyles.. "It looks to be the case that this is an ancient condition of human population before the modern world and may in fact have been part of our species aging," said Caleb Finch, a professor of gerontology at the University of Southern California and a senior author of the study.. The mummies included individuals from the pre-historic cultures of ...
Eight perfectly preserved mummies, believed to be some 4,500 year old, were found by workers engaged in a restoration project in Chiles far north, Spains EFE news agency reported Saturday quoting media report. These mummies date back to between
The info about "Maria" and the DNA testing, as well as cat-scans and the "Results are not yet available" scheme, is specious, delaying tactics because a CAT scan radiology report, for instance, is available soon after the procedure is completed. And hoax has been ongoing for what, for fourteen years now. There is no logical reason for delaying the availability of the results, except for enticing people to buy a membership with Caia, waiting breathlessly for the next update.. Your reference and link to the American Museum of Natural History in NYC is a distraction. There is no reference at the AMNH website pertaining to mummy specimen your article is about.. All other references to "mummies" from any era do not substantiate your article in any way. "Ata," the "six-inch skeleton with a large head" found in Chile that you mentioned was in 2003 not a few years ago, as you say. The specimen was dated to only a few decades ago and likely was a fetus with birth defects. So what was the point of ...
THRILLING TALES: The Mummys Revenge - A prominent archeologist is found murdered and the mummy he recently brought back from Egypt has disappeared from the Me
Cheese sticks or slices. Heat the oven to 350° F. For each mummy, spread a tablespoon of pizza sauce onto half of an English muffin (toast it first, if you like).. Set olive slices in place for eyes and add round slices of green onion or bits of red or green pepper for pupils.Lay strips of cheese (we used a pulled-apart cheese stick) across the muffin for the mummy?s wrappings.. Bake for about 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the muffin is toasty.. For more healthy eating recipes, check out the other delicious recipes listed on this blog or visit Green Mountain Healthy Living Recipe Favorites.. ...
Ice Mummies, Frozen in Time enlightens young adults about bodies preserved as mummies naturally through the process of freezing.
From the 2010 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine. Yummy Mummy. Amanda Cole opened her store-part gear provider, part community support center-after having a difficult time breast-feeding her daughter. Apparently she wasnt the only one: The day before she opened Yummy Mummy last May, customers were pounding on the door. Cole carries all manner of nursing accoutrements, from the necessities (bras, ointments, pillows), to the kind of clothing mothers would wear even if they didnt need to (smock blouses and camis from Swedish line Boob, in particular). She also seeks out unusual items like a line of silicone compression underwear to help with C-section recovery. Though the store is a big breast-feeding advocate, its not exclusionary-it stocks pumps and bottles and rents hospital-grade pumps ($40 a week, plus $15 for delivery). One or more times a day, the store transforms into a salon for weekly lactation classes, prenatal yoga and Pilates, and breast-feeding support groups. ...
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