This educational video throws light on the nature of hiccups! 9/15/2016 • Russell Leiding
Watch this to find out more about hiccuping and hear the curious story about the longest recorded case of hiccups in history!
In medicine, hiccuping is known as singultus. Some people find hiccuping really annoying, some laugh at it, some connect it with the food they eat or with different emotions. Anyway, the nature of this process is mysterious, as well as its function. Why do we hiccup? What causes it? How can we stop it? Find the answers in this colorful educational video and amaze your friends with astonishing facts and stories about hiccups!
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