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These aren’t the kinds of choices restaurateurs should be making during a deadly pandemic.
It referenced the deadly 2007 Rice Fire, which started when a Sycamore tree limb hit a power line near Fallbrook.
At least one real-world field study supports the idea that transmissible vaccines can be both safe and effective at eradicating a deadly disease in wildlife.
Odorless and tasteless, the powder could be mixed into bits of meat and scattered across the landscape as deadly bait for dingoes to snatch up.
In a 2016 study, six of eight cats recovered from an infection with the deadly form of the feline coronavirus after treatment with the drug, Pedersen and colleagues reported in PLOS Pathogens.
Meanwhile, four regions in northern Italy were in the early throes of a deadly outbreak.
Rather than using live viruses or ones that are less deadly, we can simulate viruses using DNA nanoparticles.
It’s been nearly one year since the passage of Assemblywoman Shirley Weber’s AB 392, a major statewide reform that changed the legal standards guiding police use of deadly force.
“Measles was a deadly disease, but particularly in populations of people that are malnourished,” said Morens.
More than 100 years ago, a deadly flu virus circled the globe.

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