Health Facts

Icing an injury or heating?

Many people put ice on if they get an injury. But icing an injury helps at all? You usually hurry up put ice when you get a hard kick over your tibia in the heat of the football game, turn around on the an...

Reusing plastic water bottles; is it safe or BAD?

Is it safe to reuse plastic water bottles? The internet is full of warnings against refilling plastic bottles with water. But what is true and what is hysteria? We are looking for the right answers here. ...

Most common and rarest blood type

In this article you will find out information about blood types, percentage of blood types in the world, rarest blood types, most common blood types, blood type diet relation, blood type genes relation,animal b...

How to get rid of mosquito bites

In order to answer our readers " How to get rid of mosquito bites" question we made a comprehensive research which may at least help you avoid Mosquito bites. However, the initial results are a little bi...

Is cracking your fingers bad?

In this article we discuss why do some people love to crack their fingers and whether cracking your fingers is bad and could it be resulted in arthritis. Some get chills of the sound while others enjoy t...

How to clean baby toys

Cleaning Baby Toys and Getting Rid of Bacteria How can you clean baby toys and kill bacteria on the toys? This question is very important for sensitive parents. Those toys like Teddy Bear are particular...
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Brain Facts: 7 Things You Did Not Know About Memory

This article is about the brain facts you probably dont know about. How our brain and  memory works continues to be the subject of new discoveries among researchers and experts. What is working memory an...
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Why do children loose their baby teeth?

Children usually start loosing their baby teeth (primary teeth) anywhere between the age of 6 to 7 years where their jaws have grown to its mature size. The reason for this is that the jaw of a baby is too sm...
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Why do people burp?

A burp (sometimes called a belch or by its medical term, eructation) is the release of gas from the digestive tract (in this case, theesophagus and stomach) through the mouth. It is part of the body natural c...