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Infant Battling With Cancer Who Was Kissed By Pope Francis Is Responding To Treatment

Infant Battling With Cancer Who Was Kissed By Pope Francis Is Responding To Treatment

Parents of a 1-year-old baby girl in Philadelphia said that their baby’s brain tumor has shrunken after the infant was kissed by Pope Francis during his visit to the United States this September.

Gianna Masciantonio, 1, is battling with a rare brain cancer called systemic juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG), her parents said. Her incurable tumor was spotted by doctors on her brain stem.

Army Ants Form Bridges Using Their Bodies to Fill Gaps

Army Ants Form Bridges Using Their Bodies to Fill Gaps

A team of researchers has recently found that army ants living in the tropical forests of Central and South America have a unique quality of forming bridges using their own bodies to fill gaps in the forest floor that helps them to travel efficiently.

According to a paper published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the ants also weigh the costs and benefits if making long, living bridges.

Rotisserie Chicken Salad Sold at Costco linked to at least 19 E.coli infection cases

Rotisserie Chicken Salad Sold at Costco linked to at least 19 E.coli infection cases

Another blow to Costco’s image, as its rotisserie chicken salad has been linked to an outbreak of E.coli infection making at least 19 sick in seven states. The Centers for Disease Control announcing the news has suggested people who may have purchased the salad to discard it immediately.

Study Reveals Hidden Mystery of European History

Study Reveals Hidden Mystery of European History

A latest study sheds light on the genetic history of Europeans said researchers. They also said that the study’s findings also revealed the major cause of the spread of farming in the entire Europe.

According to the study, the arrival of ancient people from the place what is now eastern Turkey was the major factor that led to the spread of framing across Europe.

Could Pluto be a Host to NASA Research Station?

Could Pluto be a Host to NASA Research Station?

Earlier, it was revealed that dwarf planet Pluto may have two ice volcanoes near its south pole. Some scientists believe that the water-rich icy surface and nitrogen-dominated atmosphere of Pluto could be more hospitable than it was assumed earlier. But the big question is: Will US space agency NASA ever send astronauts to Pluto?

CDC Reports 25 Illness Cases Due to Salmonella Outbreak Linked with Cucumber from Mexico

CDC Reports 25 Illness Cases Due to Salmonella Outbreak Linked with Cucumber from Mexico

As per recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the agency is currently keeping track of 838 salmonellosis cases and four deaths that are caused by the strain of bacteria known as Salmonella Poona. The CDC has reported 25 cases of salmonella outbreak in cucumbers from Mexico, shipped by a California distributor, in Washington. According to the Washington Department of Health, the growth rate of salmonella infected cases has slowed.

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