A commonly held view among researchers is that susceptibility to schizophrenia results from the interaction of a large number of genes, each of which has a small individual effect. Chromosomes 13 and 15 likely harbor several of these genes. These genetic factors interact with environmental influences that also can be very significant.
As a part of the study, a quality of life questionnaire was used to assess itching, burning and stinging, irritation, and other patient reported outcomes. Participants scored each question on a scale from 1 (never) to 5 (all the time). Statistically significant reductions were observed in patient reported pruritus (itch) and burning/stinging compared to sham after 16 weeks of once daily, at home treatment..
The evidence provided by these ET enthusiasts is that many dinosaur fossils contain the element iridium, which has been found in abundance in the strata created at the time of the K T extinction. Bear in mind, nuclear bombs contain iridium 192. They also say many dinosaur fossils are radioactive, which is true; in fact, dinosaur fossils are often covered with leaded paint to protect people from radiation..
RY: LGBTQ people are often told that we’ll be tolerated if we hide our gender and sexuality and bodies behind closed doors. OK, so we did that in sex shops, theaters, clubs, and bars, with these nice big doors. But nope. The Exeter City Football Museum project aims to create the first museum in Exeter dedicated wholly to the history of Exeter City Football Club and its Supporters Trust.A dedicated football museum, whose practices will be in line with those of other football and sport museums, The Exeter City Football Museum will showcase not only the history of the sport and the club, but also the histories of the communities of fans and volunteers, including many former players, whose dedication and unfailing support of the club has made possible the identification of much of the club’s heritage.The museum will be formally accredited, and connected to the web portal Europeana, showcasing over 54 million objects from all over Europe, making the heritage visible to wider communities in Europe and beyond.In 2018 and 2019, the museum will showcase a range of displays and exhibitions covering the period from the late 1890s to the present day, including an outdoor exhibition, a timeline, an installation, a learning room, a hall of fame, and three exhibitions created in collaboration with fans and local communities. We will also produce three short films, write some articles and features, hold some workshops, aiming to include fans from a range of backgrounds, in Exeter and Devon, and further afield.This project is made possible through the generous funding from the HLF and through the dedicated work of a number of volunteers, including: Sara Ann Ang; Ella Appleyard; Issac Avery; Ed Barrett; Phil Broom; Mike Cooper; Katrina Fox; Aidan Hamilton; Nick Hawker; Charlotte Im; Lewis Jones; Camilla King; Dave Luxton; Pete Martin; David Mitchell; Sophie Morgan; Alan Ray; Ray Silcox; Charlotte Sawyer; Steve Stentiford; Alison Styles; Paul Sussex; Rebekah Tomlinson; Andrew Verbinnen; Chris Vickery; Sarah Willis; Phil Wright; Alex Young. We could not do this work without them and are very grateful to all of them..