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Could selection for large size in dogs be incidentally increasing the rates of cancer? Who knows, but it seems like something worth looking into. The other interesting thing about my graph of cancer mortality vs height is that there is a lot of scatter around the line. For breeds of a particular height, cancer mortality can vary two-fold or more. For instance, for their size, the Shih Tzu has an exceptionately low rate of cancer, while the cancer mortality of Welsh and Staffordshire Terriers is much higher than you would expect for their size. Among larger breeds, the Irish Water Spaniel, Bernese Mountain Dog, and Flat-coated Retriever are still stand-outs, while the cancer rates in the Pointer and Newfoundland are relatively low. Tossing all of these numbers onto a graph as we did at the
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Restart (power cycle) the modem. P Unplug your modem's power cord for at least 20 seconds and then plug it back in again. Wait 2 minutes for the modem to finish its restart. Note: Keep in mind your modem runs 24/7. An occasional break gives it an opportunity to clear out the old and reduce any built up heat. Restart (reboot) your computer or device. Power OFF and restart your computer (or device). ...
Thanks all - we do have his 4-mo appointment tomorrow so I will ask the doc all of this. I'm inclined to think it's allergies because we have a number of family members (though not really me or DH) who have things like bad hay fever, etc. He sounded wheezy this morning, also. By a few hours into the morning, it was gone. -He is breastfed but not exclusively. About half bm and half formula. Could it be manifesting as an allergy to dairy now though he didn't seem to have it when he was littler? - He does eat in the middle of the night. We do an 11pm dream feed. He doesn't snuffle much before that, but I assume it just got worse as the night progressed. - I'll try the bedding thing this weekend to see if it helps. ...
The Math You Need to Know You chose the format in which to complete the problem. Any number multiplied by its (its is 1. Any number multiplied by 1 is the number. One is the multiplicative. Any number divided by one, is that number. Another way of saying this is "If 1 is the denominator of a fraction, just use the numerator. " The goal is to make the division expression look like just one number, perhaps a fraction or mixed number, but, still just one number. Multiplying by the reciprocal and multiplying by 1 result in "the product of the first fraction and the reciprocal of the second" -- "copy the first, then, invert and multiply. " Dividing fractions can be a little tricky. It s the only operation that requires using the reciprocal. Using the reciprocal simply means you flip the
The custom of folding the United States flag into the shape of a triangle bestows unique honor and respect upon the flag. Although the origins of this custom are unknown, it is believed that that the practice was developed during World War I when patriotism was high and the flag was universally embraced as a national symbol. Many feel that it is reminiscent of the colonists who wore tri-corned hats during the Revolutionary War, of the three branches of our national government and of the three primary documents of our land: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Did you know that at military funerals, the 21 gun salute stands for the sum of the numbers in the year 1776. Have you ever noticed how the honor guard pays meticulous attention to correctly
Photo from Pixabay February 14, 2018 marks the start of Lent, the 40 days before Easter when Christians traditionally fast, or cut out certain foods, items, or activities that they like such as candy, soft drinks, meat, or watching TV. Is the start of Lent always on the same date? by licensed Actually, no. Since Lent is based on the date of Easter it changes every year. Easter is the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after March 21. To find the start of Lent, start with the date of Easter and subtract 46 days. Why 46? While there are 40 days in Lent, Sundays are not part of Lent so they are not counted. What s Ash Wednesday? Photo Claude Truong-Ngoc/Wikimedia Commons Lent starts on a Wednesday. Most Christians go to a special Ash Wednesday church service where the minister or