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Why Do Some People Die From Pneumonia – Article Health

Model and actress Kim Porter was found dead yesterday in her California home at age 47. While the cause of death is still undetermined, People reported that she may have been suffering from pneumonia in the weeks leading up to her death.

Although pneumonia is certainly unpleasant and can be dangerous in some cases, it usually improves with treatment within a few weeks. So how does a person–especially a young one, if Porter was indeed killed by the disease–die from pneumonia? Health spoke to Tanaya Bhowmick, MD, assistant professor of medicine in infectious diseases at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey to find out.

What are the chances of dying from pneumonia?
Yes, pneumonia can kill–but it’s rare. “We see so many more people that have pneumonia that survive,” Dr. Bhowmick says.

How does someone die from pneumonia?
Pneumonia has to be quite severe for it to kill someone, Dr. Bhowmick stresses. The lungs, of course, are responsible for supplying oxygen all over the body. Pneumonia, it follows, threatens your oxygen tank. “If it’s so severe that it’s essentially cutting off oxygen supply, then the rest of your vital organs aren’t getting enough oxygen,” she explains.

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Articles are the building blocks of English language. A, AN, THE, SOME are the articles which we are going to learn through this video. Definite, Indefinite their linkages with vowels and consonants is explained in easy manner.

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Questioned by his Ph.D. student, Alan Macfarlane gives some suggestions about how to write more easily and with more pleasure. The reflections are based on having written two doctorates and published about twenty books. For further background on Alan, please see www.alanmacfarlane.com

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Articles (A, an, the, some)

This video explains when to use a, an, the, some, and no article, depending on the context of the sentence.

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Can dogs tell the time with their NOSES? Changes in scent may help canines keep track of passing hours
Dogs have long been known to have an extraordinary sense of smell.

Expert backs up claim that ‘dogs smell time’ in new book
While for most humans, the world is primarily visual, for dogs, their world is based on scents

Dogs have long been know to pick up scents that humans can’t, but they may also be able to tell the time using their snouts.
The theory has been around for some time, but a new book backs up the idea that ‘dogs smell time, ‘As each day wears a new smell, its hours mark changes in odours that your dog can notice,’ explains Professor Alexandra Horowitz.

Dogs have long been know to pick up scents that humans can’t, but they may also be able to tell the time using their snouts. ‘As each day wears a new smell, its hours mark changes in odors that your dog can notice,’ explains Professor Alexandra Horowitz

The dog expert makes the claim in her new book ‘Being A Dog’, which is based on her research at Barnard College’s Dog Cognition Lab, of which she is the founder.

While for most humans, the world is primarily visual, for dogs, their world is based on scents.

Dogs are often used to sniff out drugs, explosives, disaster victims, dead bodies and even cancers, thanks to their extraordinary power of smell.

Even for humans, scents can give clues as to what time of day it is, such as the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning.
The canine expert believes that dogs can detect subtle changes in scent during the day, giving them a sense of time.
Police are recruiting specially trained dogs to sniff out USB sticks used by paedophiles.]

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio has enlisted a 17-month-old Labrador retriever named Ruger, who can pick up on a single chemical found in flash drives, SD cards, and other electronics to find hidden caches of child pornography.

By isolating the odor specific to these electronics, a dog’s powerful sense of smell can be trained to hone in on unseen evidence.

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