Where and how was coulrophobia first diagnosed


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The results of a large-scale study have recently become available in which voluntary blood donors from the island of Martinique were examined. The research was carried out during the Zika virus outbreak, which state authorities said it affected 568 pregnant women in 2016. The results shed more light on these illnesses and the seroprevalence, but could also provide important insights into the handling of blood donations and the natural course of Zika infections in adults.
With a new technology that combines photoacoustics and ultrasound, the University of Twente has succeeded in differentiating between arthritic and healthy fingers, diagnosing liver fibrosis and even measuring the speed of blood flow. One could soon try to use this device for imaging skin cancer, burns or arteriosclerosis.
Australian researchers published a piece of research according to which humans seek their life partner through some form of assortative mating. This has a significant impact on the development of the human genome.
Researchers from the EU-funded project EVOMECH warned of repeated diets that could lead to weight gain as the brain interprets the diets as brief famines and urges people to build up fat reserves for future times of food shortages.
A new study supported by the EU-funded TRIFORC project showed that changing the genetic code of an amino acid in a plant triggers a process that creates a new, natural product that could be used in many ways - for example Increase the resistance of the plant to diseases.
After following instructions from a young British girl to cryopreserve and later resuscitate if there was a cure for cancer, an intense debate arose inside and outside the scientific community about both the feasibility of cryopreservation and ethical issues surrounding the the procedure raises. It goes back to the centuries-old question that defines the conflict between modern science and ethics: Even if we could do something, should we really do it?
Researchers from the United States published a paper reporting their findings that a person's chances of developing a new strain of flu virus depend, at least in part, on which strain of the virus they first came into contact with as a child.
Less than a week before American voters are asked to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in what is arguably the most important US presidential election for many years, scientists and psychologists are shedding light on the underlying factors that determine the decision of the individual. to prefer one candidate or one party and vote for that or that.
The study of the response of living organisms to climate change is very important in the light of a seemingly irreversible trend. In contrast to other species that have received a lot of scientific attention, insects have received little attention so far. An EU project is now trying to close this knowledge gap by taking the special characteristics of insects into account.
As the height of the Halloween season approaches, there are currently numerous sightings of "scary clowns" in the English-speaking part of the world, which initially occurred in the US but have now spread to the UK, Canada and Australia. Most of the clowns turned out to be free riders - the fear that the victims create is real. As a result, there has been an increased interest in the scientific and psychological reasons why clowns look terrifying to so many people.