Certain Genes Provide Immunity to Ebola

Certain Genes Provide Immunity to Ebola

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Could the virus have been engineered to target people with specific genes?

Reposted from: NaturalNews.com | by J. D. Heyes

dnaNew research shows that your genetic makeup could serve as a natural barrier to the deadly Ebola virus.

According to a new study published just days ago in the journal Science, researchers who infected a group of specially bred mice with the virus “saw a range of reactions, from zero [symptoms] to death by hemorrhagic fever,” The Washington Post reported, citing the study’s findings.

The scientists were studying the varied reactions to the disease, and were specifically measuring how different genes in the mice altered the course of the viral infection. In doing so, researchers were able to determine which genes in humans are more vulnerable to death by the virus.

The study is the first truly viable mouse study involving the Ebola virus, which has killed about 5,000 people in…

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Can chocolate affect your sex life?

Can chocolate affect your sex life?

Very interesting!

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From the time the first cocoa beans were harvested by the Mayans, there has been the belief that chocolate has a euphoric impact on the body’s senses. The conquistadores saw the Emperor Montezuma of the Aztecs consuming a large quantity of cocoa in the form of a beverage called chocolatl before entering his harem. The invading Spaniards spread the Emperor’s belief that cocoa was an aphrodisiac and brought it to Europe. This belief was also shared by one of history’s most famous lovers, Giacomo Casanova.

An Aztec woman generates foam by pouring chocolate from one vessel to another in the Codex Tudela

Since then, the use of chocolate as part of the mating ritual has been firmly established. More recently it has been shown that not only does chocolate increase the sexual appetite but also produces a sense of elation similar to an orgasm.

It has only been in…

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