The human fat of an adult contains about 87 percent olein, 8 percent palmitin, and 2 percent stearin.
The human fat of a child contains about 65 percent olein, 28 percent palmitin, and 3 percent stearin.
According to the same source (Patent US 782820 A, Feb. 21, 1905) ...
"The melting-point... Read More
Both the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the ear can be exercised to improve hearing.
It's not recommended, but sometimes accidents restore hearing.
According to The Weekly Underwriter, Aug. 29, 1908, unusual accidents of the week included "a Pennsylvania man who had been deaf for years had... Read More
Buteyko Method practitioners tend to disparage yawning, one of the greatest stress-busters available to everyone at no cost.
(Wilhelm Reich's "complete orgasm" is even more effective, but this is a children's blog.)
Even ants yawn (and stretch at the same time).
Cats don't practice Buteyko ... Read More
Mother Nature didn't let the Irish down from 1845 to 1852.
The "Great Potato Famine" was not "caused" by potato blight.
Many "natural disasters" are man-made.
The Irish Holocaust was deliberate genocide — British landowners (with military assistance) collected food as taxes from starving ... Read More
Speed kills ... but makes schoolchildren "manageable."
15 percent of U.S. high school students have been diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), and almost four million children are taking medication for it, including Ritalin, Dexedrine, and Adderall.
Ritalin (methylphe... Read More