sneezing


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sneezing

To verbally tell somebody about a new and interesting website. See viral marketing.
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Sneezing is a nerve transmission to the brain telling you something in the nose needs to come out.
Don't say people can't help sneezing, because unless you are challenged in someway , you ABSOLUTELY can."
"We found that flu cases contaminated the air around them with infectious virus just by breathing, without coughing or sneezing," said study author Dr.
21 (ANI): Turns out, flu doesn't need coughing or sneezing for transmission.
After seven days he was well and was discharged with the advice not to block both nostrils when sneezing in future.
"Halting sneezing via blocking the nostrils and mouth is a dangerous manoeuvre, and should be avoided," warned the authors.
A 34-year old man arrived in Accident and Emergency (A and E) department in a hospital with a change to his voice, a swollen neck, pain when swallowing and a popping sensation in his neck after he pinched his nose to stop himself from sneezing.
"The whole point of sneezing is to get something out of your body, like viruses and bacteria, so if you stop that, those may end up in the wrong part of the body," he said.
'Halting sneezing via blocking the nostrils and mouth is a dangerous maneuver, and should be avoided,' the doctors concluded.
New research shows that when African wild dogs are deciding whether to hunt as a pack, they cast their "votes" by sneezing. According to researchers at the Botswana Predator Conservation Trust, one dog starts things off by gearing up to move and sneezing one or more times; if a majority of other dogs fall in line and achoo too, the pack goes on its way.
Most likely your dog is having a bout of reverse sneezing.
DOREEN TINKLER, Heaton A: Sneezing is a reflex triggered by an irritation to the nasal passages.