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Cost also is a question. has very little time, in retrospect, Eckermann is referring to a package of welfare schemes,” she says. who wasn’t part of the study. To find the schistosome egg Mitchell and his team collected sediment from the pelvic area of 26 skeletal remains from a cemetery of the Ubaid people an ancient Mesopotamian farming culture The researchers then mixed the sediment with water and passed it through a microsieve When they examined the sieved particles from one grave under a light microscope they spotted the 132-micrometer-long schistosome egg the researchers report online today in The Lancet Infectious Diseases Mitchell and his team also collected sediment from near the head and the feet of all skeletons as control samples They found no eggs in these regions which suggests that the schistosome wasn’t the result of modern contamination at the gravesite The Syrian find throws light on the role of agricultural technology in increasing the spread of infectious disease among humans Mitchell says “A lot of different parasites—roundworms hookworms whipworms—find it difficult to infect you if you are moving a lot of time” like nomadic hunter-gatherers do This is because the populations of nomadic groups remain small they don’t stick around long enough to contaminate any one water source and they tend not to keep domestic animals such as sheep and dogs which can be sources of parasites Once humans turned to agriculture however they settled down and their populations grew past the critical thresholds that infectious diseases require to sustain themselves The places humans choose to settle may also have brought them in closer contact with parasites The Ubaid people who lived in Tell Zeidan between 6500 and 6000 years ago and buried their dead in the cemetery Mitchell studied are known to have pioneered the use of irrigation to grow food on their arid land Living near and working in those canals could have put humans right in the schistosome parasite’s path allowing it to jump from its temporary hosts—freshwater snails—to people’s intestines just as it continues to do today in Africa Asia and South America Still Scott Lawton a parasitologist from Kingston University London cautions against drawing too many conclusions about the source of the 6000-year-old infection based on the finding of a single egg “A single egg simply tells us that the particular person was infected with schistosomiasis; so drawing any major conclusions regarding route of infection is difficult It could have been through irrigation it could have been through natural water ways it may have even been an infection picked up from travelling elsewhere in the Middle East or North Africa” he says “There is certainly more work to be done to disentangle the causes of infection in the Syrian gravesite” *Correction 20 June 10:53 am: An earlier version of this article incorrectly quoted Piers Mitchell as saying that pinworms hookworms and tapeworms find it hard to infect people when they are moving a lot of the time His statement was about roundworms hookworms and whipworms The article has been corrected to reflect thatWritten by Nandagopal Rajan | Updated: August 23 2016 2:41 pm Gionee S6s has been launched in India and comes with an 8MP front camera with flash Here’s our first impression Top News Gionee has been a success in India in some states more than the others After a relatively quiet few quarters the company has now launched a new flagship Gionee S6s This another one of those devices aimed at those who just can’t get enough of their own photos for Gionee S6s features a selfie flash Gionee S6s specifications:55-inch full HD display | MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor clocked at 13GHz | 3GB RAM+ 32GB storage | 13 MP rear camera + 8 MP front camera with LED flash | 3150 mAh battery | Android 60 with Amigo 32 UI Price: Rs 17999 Design & Display Gionee S6s has a simple but effective design with a while front panel and a chrome finish rear The SIM slots are on the left and the power and volume buttons on the right The phone features the new Gionee logo which was unveiled the MWC in Barcelona earlier this year The rear panel has a prominent camera with a relative small bump and a flash just below it Below this is the fingerprint scanner The phone features a 55-inch Full HD IPC panel with 25D curved edge glass which is becoming very popular among manufacturers these days This display is also very bright and well under sunlight Camera Gionee S6s features a 13MP rear camera Our first impression is that the camera is quite good though the images appear a bit too sharp The camera app offers quick access to HRD as well as a bunch of other presets Gionee S6s has a full metal body design However the USP of this phone is the 8MP selfie camera which comes with a flash The camera app offers you the beauty photo option right away so that you can click a selfie and gloat over how beautiful you don’t look If the over processed images can’t make you feel happy then there are a bunch of flash options that will make your skin glow There is a steady light option from the front flash as well as a screen flash option both adding some weight to your selfie WATCH VIDEO:Gionee S6s Unboxing Video Performance and UI The first thing you note with the phone is that it has a really fast fingerprint scanner There is also a Story Locker wallpaper that gives you inspirational quotes right on the lock screen The Amigo 32 UI is based on Android 60 and seems to be veering closer to pure Android with its newer version There is no app draw again and everything is added to your homescreen Sample shot from Gionee S6s (Image resized for web) Sample shot from Gionee S6s (Image resized for web) Sample shot from Gionee S6s (Image resized for web) Gionee S6s features an octa-core 13MHz MediaTek MT6753 processor which seems up to most tasks thrown at it We did not have issues with multitasking though there was a hint of heating at times The phone offers 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage out of which only about 24GB is available for the user Battery The 3150mAh battery should be able to offer about 12 hours of juice However with the power saver mode on you can ensure that you will come home with some battery left despite the hectic day We will give you more details of the battery in our full review The Amigo 32 UI is based on Android 60 and seems to be veering closer to pure Android with its newer version Verdict At the moment Gionee S6s seems like a straightforward phone with some likeable features However the Rs 17999 price tag could be a bit too much for these features For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: February 15 2012 1:48 pm Related News In a pioneering researchscientists claim to have discovered human “shock absorber” which they say performs the same function in people as shock absorbers do in a car An international teamled by the University of Sydneyhasin factfound the molecular structure in the body which functions as human “shock absorber”the ‘Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences’ reported The scientists say the discovery of the the molecule can be used on designing improved versions of a human blood vessel and on repairing skin damageincluding burnsand can also be applied to treating cardiovascular disease and emphysemaa lung disease which primarily causes shortness of breath “This exciting discovery answers the mystery of how our bodies accommodate our living tissue without it being torn to shreds by its interaction with so many moving parts” said Professor Tony Weisswho led the team In factthe team dissected a key part of the molecule in elastinthe protein that keeps tissues such as skinlungs and blood vessels elastic during normal processes such as body movementbreathing and blood circulation Using a high-powered combination of synchronised X-ray beams and elastin synthesis toolsthe team discovered that human elastin contains a molecular bridge or “shock absorber” “This tiny shock absorber neatly connects specialised molecular parts — one part is dedicated to elasticity and another part dedicated to binding living tissue “It performs the same function for humans at a molecular level as shock absorbers do in a car; we can enjoy a smooth ride as they keep the body of the car from being violently rattled by the movement of the wheels” Weiss said The team now has sufficient information to change just a billionth of a metre of the molecular bridgewhich would result in dramatic changes to the elastin The abnormal protein produced an elastin which looks and behaves differently to normal elastinsay the scientists “This finding will benefit our work on designing artificial blood vessels that use replicas of human elastinto repair and replace human blood vesselswith implications for the treatment of cardiovascular disease “In the future it may have applications in treating emphysemawhich is caused by destruction to lung elastin” Weiss said in a release For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News He or she might have been bathing, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Bloomberg | Published: November 17, With the new Surface Pro, or something important’.

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