In recent weeks, there were a number of attacks on innocents by swarming sets of mostly teenaged assailants. In Memphis, for instance, a group of a lot more than 100 teenagers descended upon a shopping plaza, selecting random customers and workers at a Kroger’s grocery store to attack. As reported by CBS affiliate marketer THV11: A video of the incident has been distributed to local news stations in the area and is quickly going viral. It shows a young adult lying still on the ground as others repeatedly kick him and stomp his head. Other are seen getting knocked or chased to the bottom. ‘Sickening’ – Mob attacked with pumpkins There didn’t appear to be any racial motivation for the strike, as two of three victims hurt the worst were black, while one was white. In reporting the incident, the New York Daily News described a video of the strike as sickening, while noting that only 1 of the dozens of assailants offers been arrested and recognized.‘Eosinophilic disorders are often misclassified as other conditions,’ Franciosi says. ‘As larger multi-center studies are conducted through the registry, we will gain more info about symptoms, standard of living and the potency of treatments. We also will be better able to conduct long-term follow-up.’ Cincinnati Children’s is a world-famous center for analysis and treatment of eosinophilic disorders and was the first such dedicated center, seeing patients beginning in 2000.