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Researchers from Canada and Russia have discovered the oldest ever confirmed set of human twin remains, as well as one of the first documented cases of death during childbirth, according to research published earlier this month in the journal Antiquity.
Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome awareness nights to be held with the St. Louis Cardinals and at University City Market Pub House St.
New American Heart Association guidelines on diagnosis and treatment of fetal cardiac disease seek to improve care for babies with congenital heart disease. Philadelphia,
Fetal Surgeons Treat Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome in Utero Philadelphia and New Orleans (PRWEB) February 08, 2014 Monochorionic twins who underwent
This month marks the fifth anniversary of NASA’s Two Wide-angle Imaging Neutral-atom Spectrometers (TWINS) missions, which are stereoscopically imaging the mysterious and dynamic region surrounding Earth known as the magnetosphere, the US space agency announced on Saturday.
As we grow up, traits such as height, weight and IQ are strongly influenced by the environment we live in, according to a new study that pits nature (genes) against nurture (environment).
The risk of abusing drugs is greater – even for adopted children – if the family environment in which they are raised is dysfunctional.
Living through weddings or divorces, job losses and childrenâ€™s triumphs, we sometimes feel better and sometimes feel worse.
The Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Literacy Council, And Rasmussen College Will Partner To Raise Advocacy And Awareness For Literacy Needs In Twin Cities Area Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 20, 2011 Rasmussen College is proud to announce that it will partner with the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Literacy Council during the 2011 baseball season to promote advocacy and awareness for literacy needs in the Twin Cities area. According to the National Adult Literacy Survey, 6 percent of...
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