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    The French Revolution During the French Revolution, and the events after that, many people lost their lives due to the conflict itself, and the executions that followed. Among these people that lost their lives are Louis XIV, Robespierre, Marie Antoinette, and countless innocent civilians. Therefore, the French Revolution was harmful to the people of France due to famine, the end of the Estate System, and the Reign of Terror. The end of the Estate System basically brought an end to order in…

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    The fourteenth century was the last century before mayhem rang throughout the Catholic Church. In the beginning of the fifteenth century, the Church had become overrun with un-eligible bishops, priests, leaders, and weak popes. With the leaders of the Church so corrupted, many seized this opportunity to expose the workings of the Church and to challenge its doctrine. Although the pope responded to these challenges, a reformation occurred. This division of the church and people led to…

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    The rabies virus has already survived for hundreds of years and is often fatal. The are 71 different species in this pathogen's family with 11 genera. The genus I identified is the lyssavirus from the family Rhabdovirdae. The species of the family Rhabdovirdae, I found on this farm in Montana, was rabies. Animals and humans can be a host to this virus. It is a zoonotic disease prevalent in wildlife, and the main animals involved vary between continents. In North America the main animals involved…

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    What Is Toxocariasis?

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    Toxocariasis Toxocariasis is an infection caused by parasitic roundworms. The infection starts in the intestines and can spread to other parts of the body. The infection usually does not cause problems, but it can lead to vision problems, including permanent vision loss, if it spreads to the eyes. Most people with this condition never get sick or have symptoms. CAUSES This condition is caused by roundworms of the Toxacara family. The roundworms are commonly found in the intestines of dogs and…

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    Traditions From the beginning of recorded history, humanity has proven themselves to be strong. From destroying towns during the stone ages to winning a wrestling match in modern-day. Most importantly, the practice of bullet ant gloves has a negative impact on the community because it leads to health problems. For example, the bullet ant’s poison can paralyze someone’s hand (“The Pain”). Not only does this cause paralysis, children must do it over twenty times to become a man (“The Pain”).…

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    isn’t even ready for them. With data, the scientists concluded that this infection causes arousal frequency to increase, leading to bat deaths because they wasted their fat reserves. There’s also another explanation, during the bats are awake, they are dehydrated because of the hibernation. So, the bats may have been searching for water too, this results in their deaths. In conclusion, my third hypothesis is correct (Warnecke et al., 2012). Bibliography Dechaine, JM, Johnson, JE. (2014). No…

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    • Background o Maximilien Marie Isidore de Robespierre was born May 6, 1758. He lost both parents at a young age and was raised by his grandparents with his siblings. He was educated in Paris and practiced law. Robespierre was a philosopher, government official, journalist, scholar, judge, activist and lawyer. • What did he do & why is he famous? o When Robespierre was in his thirties he began to be more active in public events, he was soon elected as the leader of the Jacobins and he became…

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    it was like I was in the midst of all the flies, lice, frogs, death, darkness, and the other horrible things. I was able to experience what it must have been like when the death angel came and killed the first-born children, it was like I was in Egypt watching it. Finally, the best part was probably when the seas parted. I was able to understand what it felt like as they…

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    The Black Plague was a very dangerous plague that started in Europe in the early 1300’s. It took out nearly a third of all the European population during the first wave and more followed that. This plague started thanks to the Y. Pestis bug in China and from there, it just rapidly began to spread across Europe. Of course, we now know a lot of information about this today, but in the early 1300’s people didn’t really understand what was going on. The Europeans began to try to figure out the…

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    Spanish Influenza Summary

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    In 1918, the worst epidemic in United States history occurred and forced medical researchers to doubt all of their previous advances in medicine. Doctors were able to determine that it was some strand of influenza, but deadlier and spreading quicker than any virus they had ever seen before. This disease was later incorrectly labeled the Spanish Influenza and continued to puzzle doctors and researchers for close to the rest of the century. The “Closing in on a Killer: Scientists Unlock Clues to…

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