hiccup

  • Scientists explain why we hiccup Scientists explain why we hiccup
    scientists from university college london have revealed why we hiccup and why this annoying habit is so important - especially for children.
  • How to cure hiccups immediately at home How to cure hiccups immediately at home
    hiccups are purely involuntary muscle contractions. however, it can be one of the most annoying and sometimes painful things a person can encounter.
  • Human 'odd actions' Human 'odd actions'
    not everyone knows the daily actions such as crying, hiccups, sleeping, blinking ... how to affect the body. also see them from a scientific perspective.
  • Decode 13 strange sounds of the body Decode 13 strange sounds of the body
    the invasion of the foreign object into the nose often causes you to sneeze, appearing a sneezing sound. the rustle in the ear is often caused by the air pressure circulating in the artery behind the ear ...