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1,376 Possible Causes for revolutions

  • Influenza

    Science , this issue p. 1170 Abstract The conversion of life-threatening viruses into live but avirulent vaccines represents a revolution in vaccinology.[science.sciencemag.org]

  • Pneumonia

    Harrison was the last president born as an English subject before the American Revolution .[history.com]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    The methods developed to accomplish this feat were the foundation of the revolution in genomics.[doi.org]

  • Appendicitis

    This will be a revolution. A paradigm shift. Right? Maybe. Maybe not.[medpagetoday.com] Kurt Semm and the fight against skepticism: endoscopic hemostasis, laparoscopic appendectomy, and Semm’s impact on the “laparoscopic revolution.”.[doi.org]

  • Tuberculosis

    Epidemic TB erupted with the arrival of the Industrial Revolution. Expanding cities, filth, and persistent human contact fuelled the disease.[theweek.com] Both strains of the tuberculosis bacteria share a common ancestor, which could have infected humans even before the Neolithic Revolution.[en.wikipedia.org] The genomics revolution now offers the opportunity to study host–pathogen interactions at an unprecedented depth.[doi.org]

  • Acromegaly

    In 1917, the Russian Revolution forced Maurice and his mother back to France, where she taught languages at a women’s college in Rheims.[slam.canoe.com] In 1917, the Russian Revolution forced Maurice and his mother back to France, where she taught languages at a women�s college in Rheims.[web.archive.org]

  • Nymphomania

    Nymphomania in the new sexual revolution is hip, honest, joyful and bringing about more equality than bra burning ever did.[goodreads.com] Groneman concludes, ""[E]ven though the sexual revolution appears to have changed the double standard about who gets to enjoy sex or how much sex is normal,' a deep ambivalence[publishersweekly.com] FOGG, for "Focus on Golden Gate," a non-profit arts organization, brings the drama of the courtroom and the Sykes' bedroom to the stage "against the backdrop of the sexual revolution[kron4.com]

  • Celastrus Scandens

    Vines Print Plant Details Celastrus scandens 'Autumn Revolution ' (Bailumn) #PP19811 Also called American Bittersweeet, Climbing Bittersweet Series: First Editions More About[connonnurseries.com] The majority of the flowers formed on Autumn Revolution are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts.[bylands.com] All Plants :: All Vines Celastrus scandens 'Bailumn' First Editions Autumn Revolution Bittersweet PP#19,811 Flowers have both male and female parts; 1 plant produces orange-red[midwestgroundcovers.com]

  • Dioxin Poisoning

    At the peak of the Orange Revolution protests in December, Yushchenko announced he would soon have proof his opponents had attempted to assassinate him.[rferl.org] He won the election on a wave of massive public protests dubbed the Orange Revolution."[thestar.com] He was poisoned shortly before he swept to power in the 2004 liberal Orange Revolution, which overturned Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych's allegedly fraudulent election victory[dailymail.co.uk]

  • Renoprival Hypertension

    Not so, according to Lewis Thomas, for this was the time of medicine's second revolution-its transformation from an empirical art into a powerfully effective science.[books.google.de]

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