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    Children generally have higher fevers than do adults. The severity of the illness, however, depends on the age of the child. A temperature of 103 degrees Fahrenheit in a 3-year-old child may not indicate a serious illness. However, a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit in a child under 3 months...Read More
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    Mad cow disease is also called bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or BSE. It destroys the brains and nervous system of cows, and gets progressively worse over time. The cause of the disease is not well understood, but scientists believe it occurs when a normal protein, called a "prion," changes and...Read More
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    Sure it can. While using cycling in you exercise routine you should expect muscle development and fat loss (both of which have been unscientifically proven to help your sex life). Additionally Cycling can be a social activity which helps introduce you to new people. Men, if you are a road rider (or daring MTB'r)...Read More