Oct 16, 2017
They are uncomfortable and mostly non-serious. Also known as "canker sores". Can take 2-3 weeks to completely heal. Anything lasting over 3 weeks should be checked out by your doctor or dentist. Ulcers can appear on the inside of the cheeks or lips, the roof of the mouth, or the tongue. A...
Oct 9, 2017
Lips: They are red due to blood flow. They have lots
of nerve ending so they can be very sensitive. Our lips are
used to manipulate food as we eat and make sounds as part of our
* The Divot above the center of your upper lip is called the philtrum.
Gums: They are also known as the gingiva....
Jul 3, 2017
This is the heart and soul of why I have produced this podcast for 100 episodes. My Manifesto, if you will.
The podcast is going to take a break for the summer to regroup and plan new and fun things!
In the meantime, catch up on episodes you missed or re-listen to them all!
If you want to stick...
Jun 26, 2017
To finish off our talk on sneezing, here's a favorite and fun easy-reader from my childhood.
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Jun 19, 2017
Sneezing is very forceful in your body.
Review: the inside of your nose is covered with mucous membranes, and that mucus traps up things so they don't get into your lungs.
Some little particles float through the air and into your nose. They will land on those mucous membranes and irritate it. That irritation sends a...