Mummies can teach lessons from heart

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Mummies can teach lessons from heart

Research: Clogged arteries a problem 4,000 years ago
The Egyptian mummy Hatiay was found to have evidence of extensive vascular disease by CT scanning in Cairo. Hatiay lived during the 18th Dynasty, which lasted from 1550 to 1295 B.C.
The Egyptian mummy Hatiay is scanned in Cairo, Egypt, as part of a major survey to investigate about 137 mummies. It revealed that people probably had clogged arteries and heart disease back then, too.
Egyptologists prepare the mummy Hatiay for CT scanning in Cairo, Egypt. The mummy was found to have evidence of extensive vascular disease.

Mummies can teach lessons from heart

The Egyptian mummy Hatiay was found to have evidence of extensive vascular disease by CT scanning in Cairo. Hatiay lived during the 18th Dynasty, which lasted from 1550 to 1295 B.C.
The Egyptian mummy Hatiay is scanned in Cairo, Egypt, as part of a major survey to investigate about 137 mummies. It revealed that people probably had clogged arteries and heart disease back then, too.
Egyptologists prepare the mummy Hatiay for CT scanning in Cairo, Egypt. The mummy was found to have evidence of extensive vascular disease.
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