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Do Human Nails Breathe
Pleasure: The lips are populated with a variety of nerve endings that give pleasure as they are stimulated. It helps a newborn figure out how to feed when they have never been hungry; helps the toddler get through a rough day with thumb sucking; makes us enjoy kissing & smoking & chewing your nails. If it weren't for society frowning on the process, more would probably do it. ...Read more
Open lower airway: Mouth breathing when short of breath usually happens along with using additional muscles to breath in neck and between ribs. This kind of breathing helps to open up airways that may be closed due to swelling, inflammation, mucus or other blockage. If you see someone using their mouth like a fish to breath, they are having respiratory distress and need immediate medical attention. ...Read more
Splitting nails and cuticles. What am i lacking for healthy nails? They grow but don't last. What to do to keep them growing strong and healthily?
Splitting Nails: Genadur is the first fda-approved treatment to help strengthen fragile, brittle nails. According to manufacturer medimetriks pharmaceuticals, genadur helps improve the condition with a once-daily brush-on application that may start showing results in as little as 14 days. While brittle nails may be the result of exposure to solvents in nail products, they may also be the symptom of medical issues. ...Read more
If ebola cannot go through skin, why do people wear the full body gear? I know its difficult tot make that call, but can ebola infect through skin?
Ebola: Ebola can be passed via blood, saliva, vomit, feces, urine, sweat, tears, mucus, semen and breast milk. It is not an airborne pathogen. That means that any of those substances can make it on to you. Even if it is on your clothes, you could touch the contaminated area with your hand and when you wipe your nose or rub your eye - it can enter through a mucus membrane. ...Read more
That's normal: Why do elephants have tusks and human's don't? Same idea. That's the beauty of the variety of life on this planet. Sharks need replaceable rows of pointy teeth because they damage them when feeding. We need a variety of permanent teeth because they have different functions. It's natural selection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inadequate evidence: These are not fda regulated products so you must rely on the claims of the manufacturer, testimonials and your own experience. Being earth friendly or natural does not necessarily mean nontoxic. Insecticides have been used to remove nail polish. Use with caution all products with possibly unknown ingredients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can human feces contain tetanus spores? If so, if someone's gums bleed while they brush teeth, will feces particles on toothbrush give them tetanus?
So why are we all rubbing or noses with our finger and scratching our heads when they don't itch? Is it just human habit?
Scratching head: PROBABLY A HABIT. BE CONSCIOUS OF IT AND . . . STOP! ...Read more
So multivitamins (hair skin nails) cause or contribute to mouth gums enlargement ?? Do they cause more harm than good??
Do you cut nails: If someone does not cut their nails and let them grow longer and longer they will eventually curve and look like claws. This is known as onychogryphosis.You can see a picture of this if you go on to google images. The only other thing i can imagine you are thinking of is something called pincer nails. Onychogryphosis iscured by cutting your nails. Pincerer nails need to be treated surgically. ...Read more
My nails grow les..M habitual of bitting them...Is it any deficiency.? If not how can I hav long and strong nails
I know breathing is a invol \ vol action but when peoples say they can't breath can you really stop breathing and die? Helpppp
Im 5weeks pregnant have hamsters and birds.they r at homw always so not catch deseases.is this safe 4me?i dont catch them or clean their cages
Are toe nails resistant to HIV blood and do not allow blood to go under or over toe nail and cause HIV . Do toe nails protect the same as skin does?
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