the state of being susceptible; easily affected
the condition of being susceptible; vulnerability
electric susceptibility, a measure of how easily a dielectric polarizes in response to an external electric field (compare permittivity).
the state or quality of being susceptible; the capability of receiving impressions, or of being affected
specifically, capacity for deep feeling or emotional excitement; sensibility, in its broadest acceptation; impressibility; sensitiveness
The numerical value of susceptibility in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of susceptibility in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
The current interventions such as masking, etc., may be necessary for a prolonged time. This may serve to prolong the reduction in respiratory disease. It has been theorized, however, once these measures are reduced or eliminated, there may be a significant increase over historical numbers of these infections. That is, we may see unusually severe cold and flu seasons due to factors such as increase susceptibility to some of these diseases.
The nation has known for some time that long-term exposure to particle pollution can worsen symptoms of lung disease, increase susceptibility to lung infection, trigger heart attack and stroke, and can even cause lung cancer and premature death, this new research from Harvard University now links particle pollution exposure to a dramatically higher death rate from Covid-19.
The potential implications are enormous, in this particular example, the gene involved is really crucial – it lies at the center of the immune system so it affects our susceptibility to viral infection. At the very beginning of fetal growth, the way it is labeled is going to affect the baby’s health for the rest of its life.
In this particular example, the gene involved is really crucial – it lies at the center of the immune system so it affects our susceptibility to viral infection. At the very beginning of fetal growth, the way it is labeled is going to affect the baby’s health for the rest of its life.
This study should act as a stark warning that manipulation of the human genome with the aim of reducing susceptibility to specific diseases is not without considerable risk.
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