For the most part, they didn’t.
It tastes nasty to some people because their palate requires a high level of sweetness to go with the chocolate flavor.
What would happen if a person receives a blood transfusion using a blood type other than their own? 8/13/2018
That depends on what type of blood was given and the recipient’s blood type.
There is a very small risk, which I estimate is conservatively about as dangerous as driving in a car for 15 miles.
If you’re in an elevator and it stops - DON’T TRY TO GET OUT.
I’m glad you asked, because I promise you it’s not due to a lack of concern.
Some people feel OK talking face to face or can send a lot of messages. But when it comes to phone calls they get really nervous. What are the reasons?
This is more complicated than you think it is.
Anyone who has ever had the flu knows that fever isn’t uncomfortable because you feel hot – it’s uncomfortable because you feel freezing cold.
It's like your legs remember how to spin the pedals of a bike.