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Eye Stolen from Body Kept in Bhilai Hospital Mortuary

Unidentified people stole an eye from a dead body kept at Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) hospital mortuary in Chhattisgarh, police said Saturday.// The incident that took place Friday stunned the industrial city Bhilai, 30 km west from here. The deceased, 32-year-old C.H. Srinivas, was admitted to ...

UniCare, Walmart Organize Circle of Hope To Help Mountain Mission Meet Increased Demand for Assistance

... Mission reach its goal. Those organizations include: Shoney's ($1,000), Star USA Federal Credit Union ($1,000), IVS Group ($1,000), and Good Shepherd mortuary ($1,000). West Virginia Radio Corporation's radio stations V100, The Wolf, The Beat, Talk Radio 58 WCHS, and WKAZ will broadcast live for 13 h...

Funerary monument reveals Iron Age belief that the soul lived in the stone

...n, as well as the relationships of the groups who lived there." The stele was discovered last summer in a small room that had been converted into a mortuary shrine for the royal official Kuttamuwa, self-described in the inscription as a "servant" of King Panamuwa of the eighth century B.C. It was found in ...

Deathways open doors to unexpected cultural practices

...ecause of this," Seeman says, "when individuals met strangers they were interested in the others' deathways. What remains are far more descriptions of mortuary rituals than of such cultural practices as food preparation or music. "Finally," says Seeman, "how corpses were prepared, what was included in burial...

What to do with the Dead if a Flu Outbreak Happens?

...ure and the government and health care providers making preparations for it mortuary specialists are once more faced with the question ‘what to do with the dead...tals and morgues would quickly reach capacity. In addition federal Disaster mortuary Operational Response Teams (DMORT) would be probably be too busy in their o...

Discovery Of Human Skeletons Could Unfold Facts About By-Gone Ages

...s biology like health, stature, disease, age and cause of mortality, gene pool, lineage or race apart from the additional cultural activities like the mortuary practices, death rites, beliefs and a lot more'. (Source:PTI News)...

New Study Questions Cannibalism As A Worldwide Selective Force

...tzfeldt-Jakob disease) and kuru in humans. Kuru is confined to a human population in Papua-New Guinea and is transmitted by cannibalism at ritualistic mortuary feasts. A high-profile study published nearly three years ago suggested that individuals who were heterozygous for a common polymorphism in the P...

Brain diseases an outcome of cannibalism

... in a million people. A disease called kuru common among the Fore people in Papua New Guinea was mainly due to eating their deceased relatives in the mortuary feasts. There are genetic mutations called polymorphisms which resist the disease. Researchers have reported that natural selection appears to have s...
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History of human cannibalism eats away at researchers

...JD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) and kuru. Kuru is confined to a human population in Papua-New Guinea and is transmitted by cannibalism at ritualistic mortuary feasts. A high-profile study published nearly three years ago suggested that individuals who were heterozygous for a common polymorphism in the PR...
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