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The standard model of global warming holds that this essential natural process is being supercharged by greenhouse gases released by human activities, allegedly causing the Earth to retain more heat than it would normally.
The inhalant nitrous oxide can rob the body of --, causing death.
At least 85 independent SLC26A4 gene mutations have been characterized as causing PDS and nonsyndmmic deafness, in some cases confirmed by a normal perchlorate discharge test (Adato et al.
This caused the sand to settle on the cope surface of the castings, thus causing the porosity.
Typhimurium) occur endemically in hedgehogs and wild passerine birds, causing sporadic cases and small outbreaks in humans.
This case illustrates the unusual finding of an isolated sinus polyp obstructing the maxillary sinus ostium and causing intermittent infections and facial pain.
In the short term, she says, doctors may develop ways to stop new fibroids from causing problems.
Kirkaldy-Willis, a Medical Researcher (4), muscles spasm or become weak causing local inflammation and/or scar tissue.
Sometimes called Georgia Home Boy, liquid ecstasy, or G, GHB slows the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), causing a sedative effect.
18, causing significant damage and massive flooding, concentrated in the coastal Chesapeake Bay area and North Carolina's Outer Banks.
Herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2) is a contagious virus primarily causing outbreaks of genital herpes.
Situations they must face oftentimes can prove stressful, causing acute reactions.
Also, surgery (especially radical prostate surgery for cancer) can injure nerves and arteries near the penis, causing ED.
* Focal neuropathy results in the sudden weakness of one nerve, or a group of nerves, causing muscle weakness or pain.