Progeria is a condition that some children are born with, which results in the early manifestations of signs of rapid aging. The child is often born with a large head, a small face, and a pointed nose like that of a beak. Practically, every child that has been affected died by their early twenties the latest. The skin wrinkles at an early age, showing signs of an old person at an early age. So what is the mystery of this disease commonly known as Hutchinson – Gilford progeria syndrome?
IF A WOMAN IS PREGNANT AND THE HAIR OF A MOUSE GETS INTO HER FOOD OR DRINK, AND SHE EATS IT, HER CHILD WILL BE BORN WITH PROGERIA. Progeria is a defensive virus of the mouse.
The child that is born with an unusually large head, small face and pointed nose is the shape of the head of the mouse. The child affected is actually a mutation of the combination of that of a human being and a mouse. You will notice the nose and head features resembling that of a mouse.
Mice are common in many households, and the hair of mouse can by accident fall into the meal of that of pregnant woman, or someone may attempt to deliberately poison the pregnant woman. Defensive viruses survive under all conditions, so it doesn’t matter if the hair of the mouse went into the food before it was cooked and cooked with the meal. Or if it went in the meal after it was cooked. The result will be the same. Pregnant women must be cautious of domestic pets around them.