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Stains In Bra
No: Cancer develops and grows based on changes in the oncogene components within the cell. Mutations in genes such as p53 are induce by viruses or carcinogens. As an example, the LTR of the MMTV virus enters the Wnt-1 gene to induce overproduction of B-catenin causing aggressive behavior. This does not occur by type of cloths worn in sun. Latter causes increased sweating and not Ca. ...Read more
In hostel, pink stains in bowls of all common toilets
Noticed pink ring around dried urine puddle on floor.
same reason as stains in bowl(bacteria?)?
Hmmm...: One cannot think too much into pink rings around people's dried urine puddles. Just presume toilet areas are a mess, full of poop germs. That means, if it's your toilet, clean it; if it's not your toilet, get in and out as fast as you can. If spending more any more than 1 minute thinking about toilet stains, one's problem is probably not the toilet stains. ...Read more
Probably not: But why would you want to soak your feet in bleach???? ...Read more
Period blood while wearing pad stained underwear&after a day the blood in underwear turned green w/odor.I usually wait awhile to change pads. Problem?
Will mold forming in a coffee cup & sitting under your desk for several months cause mold poisoning?
No: Toss and wash!Get a more detailed answer ›
My sweat interacts with some deodorants to bleach my clothes. It also reshapes some synthetics in shoes. Why?
Can human urine soaked in carpet affect my health? After using a product the smell has gone but the stain is buried deep in the carpet. New carpet?
Stains: Generally happen when the colored liquid attaches to a thin layer of plaque left on the teeth. Some people myself included can brush;floss drink a cup of coffee and the teeth look brownish so we rinse or brush again; its an enamel issue. Some people do not have this problem smooth less porous enamel.Red wine/tea will do the same thing or any colored liquid. No chemicals involved. ...Read more
No: I would not recommend this.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not likely: The benfit of using bras to support your breasts is most likely going to be during the day when you are standing up and the weight of your breast pull on the ligaments that support your breasts. Using them at night will not do much, but you may find it more comfortable to use a bra if you have large sagging breasts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: It does not.Get a more detailed answer ›