Human Body

How height can be increased?

Nov 25th, 2008 | By

Most of the small stature people are unhappy with their height. Sometimes they feel depressed, embarrassed and not confident about themselves. They always think that good height is very helpful for getting the jobs, promotion, going into the field of modeling and general impression on others. So they try to get taller by one or
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Why do people have dimples?

Nov 20th, 2008 | By

Having dimples on your cheeks provide cuteness to your face. It is a small natural depression or indentation of skin on the cheeks or the chin caused due to the flesh below. We can easily recognize dimples on some people’s face when they smile. Dimples are a genetic trait. If one of the parents has
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Why do people sleepwalk?

Nov 4th, 2008 | By

Experiments are still going on to know the exact reasons of sleepwalk but there are some of the possibilities which are known to us. Professionals say that it is a kind of disorder in which a person is between a state of sleeping and walking because there must be something that triggers the brain during
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How do the kidneys work?

Oct 22nd, 2008 | By

There are two kidneys in the human body that perform many vital functions in the body. They are bean-shaped organs that help in removing the waste materials from the body. Every day, our kidneys process 200 quarts of blood to release just 2 quarts of waste, water and other harmful toxins from our body. Why
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Why do we sneeze?

Oct 9th, 2008 | By

Sneezing is a procedure of expelling the harmful bacteria and virus which has entered the body and multiply themselves during cold, allergic reactions or when dust blows on our face. Nose acts as a purifier and cleanses the air that have bacteria and dust particle. A chemical named HISTAMINE is created by inflammatory cells in
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What causes swollen feet?

Oct 7th, 2008 | By

Swelling in the feet is a problem faced by most of the people. It is because of a simple reason i.e. gravity. If you sit at a place for a long time say in your office, home or anywhere else or stand for a long time then the fluid from your body will come down
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Why do people talk in their sleep?

Oct 1st, 2008 | By

In scientific terms sleep talking is called as SOMNILOQUY. Many people, mostly 50% children and five percent adults brain confuses and talk in their sleep. Sleep talk occurs in some people may be because of stress, anxiety, having less sleep, unresolved issues, eating in excess exactly before going to bed or it can be due
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How to get rid of body odor?

Sep 28th, 2008 | By

Large numbers of people are effected by the problem of body odor. You feel embarrassed when your body stinks and you avoid getting closer to your friends. Generally the body odor or bad smell is due to the growth of odor causing bacteria. Because when a person perspires the growth of bacteria increases causing the
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How do the lungs work?

Sep 27th, 2008 | By

Lungs are a major organ of the respiratory system in our body. They are an extremely important part of the respiratory system. They help us to inhale oxygen and ensure that the cells and organs in our body have an adequate amount of oxygen, while taking out carbon dioxide from our bodies. Humans will inhale
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Why do we need body hair?

Sep 22nd, 2008 | By

Hair has many important roles in our body. Let’s discuss them one by one. PROTECTION Hair is one of the important parts of integumentary system of our body. It serves us by preventing the foreign particles like dust to enter the body. For e.g. hair around eyes does not allow dust to enter in the
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