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Recurrent miscarriages: causes, symptoms and risk factor

Assist. Prof. Dr . Rehab Jasim Mohammed & Aseel Ehsan Mahmoud College Of Education For Pure Sciences / Department Of Chemistry Recurrent miscarriage, which is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies in a row, affects 1% of couples trying to conceive. It has believed that 1–2% of second-trimester pregnancies end in miscarriage before the 24-week stage (1). ...

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Brain –eating amoebae Naegleria fowleri

Assist. Prof. Dr . Hanan Zweer College Of Education For Pure Sciences / Department Of Biology First discovered in 1899, Naegleria Fowleri is a world-scale common, widespread, brain-eating amoeba. This amoeba is commonly found in freshwaters, including rivers, lakes, ponds, and hot springs, and it never lives in the oceans. It is a bacteria-feeding unicellular amoeba that belongs to the ...

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Recurrent miscarriages: causes, symptoms and risk factor

Assist. Prof. Dr . Rehab Jasim Mohammed & Aseel Ehsan Mahmoud College Of Education For Pure Sciences / Department Of Chemistry Recurrent miscarriage, which is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies in a row, affects 1% of couples trying to conceive. It has believed that 1–2% of second-trimester pregnancies end in miscarriage before the 24-week stage (1). ...

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The Impact of Including Digital Game Design and Programming Classes in University Curricula:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Heba Jabbar Aleqabie Asst. Prof. Dr. Noor D. Al-Shakarchy College of Computer Science & Information Technology, Computer Science DepartmenThe Impact of Including Digital Game Design and Programming Classes in University Curricula The phenomenal development of the Internet, information technology, and digital platforms have resulted in the widespread use of computer games, with one statistic indicating that as ...

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The Importance of Recommendation Systems in Electronic commerce

Mohsin Hasan Hussein & Rand Abdulwahid Albeer College of Computer Science and Information Technology The term information overload arose with the accelerated development of information technology. Every day, we are inundated with choices and options, what to wear? What movie to watch? What product to buy? what blog post to read? The sizes of these decision domains are frequently massive. ...

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Role of Immune response in Covid infection; a two-edged weapon

Assist Professor Ali Mansoor Al-Ameri College of Medicine. University of Kerbala Covid pandemic has been regarded as major health concern since its emergency in China, Wuhan, in December 2019. Globally, as of 21 September 2021, there have been about 229 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, including about 4,7 million deaths, reported to WHO. As of 20 September 2021, a total ...

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Computational Imaging

Assist. Prof. Dr Ashwan A. Abdulmunem Computer Science Department Introduction Computational imaging (CI): is a step-by-step procedure for producing images indirect means from data utilizing algorithms that require a substantial amount of computing [1].In a nutshell, it refers to digital picture capture and processing methods that combine computing with optical encoding. In comparison to earlier imaging, computational imaging systems require ...

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The ketogenic diet (Keto Diet) and human health

Assistant Leactur Ahmed A. Hussein Agriculture College /Animal Production Department Keto Diet It is a diet low in carbohydrates 5%, medium protein 25%, high in fat 70%, a diet that works to lose weight significantly, by providing the body with energy through fats instead of carbohydrates, this system was used in medicine primarily to treat Cases of epilepsy that are ...

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Importance of (Eyring-Powell) Fluid as Non-Newtonian Fluid

Assist Professor Dr. Hussein Ali Mohammed College of Education for Pure Sciences Recently, many studies have been focused on the problem of non-Newtonian fluids due to their wide applications in industries. This type of fluid can be found in many daily materials such as coal oil slurries, shampoos, paints, clay coatings and suspensions, cosmetic products, grease, custard, animal blood and ...

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