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Introduction First of all, the study should not be trusted too much. Thirty six test subjects does not seem very much to me in order to make such a claim. However, &AtlLED's opinion in the comment differs from this. From the abstract (emphasis mine): Thirty-six infants were studied during diving exercises in infant swimming. [...] Although the ...


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Reflexes When it comes to physical reflexes, they are for the most part fixed. The link provided involves exploring a knee-reaction due to hitting the patellar tendon... "Okay, so I hit, and what happens is... her leg kicks forward. There’s a muscle contraction happening..." This reflex is due to a sensory neuron connected to a motor neruon, but doesn't ...


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Though difficult and time consuming, the body will instinctively contract and give birth to the baby. In the case of a strong epidural anesthetic, the woman is unable to push, but the contractions will continue. In some cases, the mother would even pass out during labor and still be able to give vaginal birth. A woman will still be able to eventually give ...


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Nails, hair, teeth and bones in general are not edible. The ears and the larynx are difficult to digest. Muscles are easy to remove and are also nutritious. The liver is rich in nutrients and vitamins, easy to chew and swallow and, provided you haven't missed your anatomy classes, not very hard to remove. The same applies to blood clots and the ...


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