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  • Swollen Lymph Nodes?

    I've had swollen lymph nodes for a while now, but I have not been physically sick. Because I haven't been physically sick, my parents won't take me to the doctor until they're sure there absolutely could be something wrong with me. Is swollen lymph nodes without any other signs of sickness something to worry about, or am I just fine?

    1 AnswerCancer10 months ago
  • Question about auras?

    If I concentrate on my hand hard enough, I can sort of see a purple outline trace my hand for a second, and then disappear. Is this me seeing my own aura, or is my brain just tricking me?

    9 AnswersParanormal Phenomena1 year ago
  • Please help me translate this Latin! I'm feeling sick and my mom won't let me stay home from school tomorrow and I'm too tired to think?

    1. Eos nautas qui ad terram navigabant spectavit

    2. Qui sunt illi viri quibuscum pugnabatis?

    3. Cuius frumentum agricola carro ab agro portat?

    4. De quo imperatore homines haec dicunt?

    5. Viros antiquos, quorum virutes maagnae erant, amabant dei omnes.

    6. Ad quem amicum illas litteras scripsisti?

    7. Captivis reddidit bonus consul omnes agros quos amiserant.

    8. In quam partem currebat is agricola cuius equus amissus erat?

    9. Servum cui princeps liberatatem civitatemque dederat spectavimus.

    10. Unum pedem in proelio amiserat miles miser.

    1 AnswerLanguages1 year ago
  • Please help me translate this Latin! I'm feeling sick and my mom won't let me stay home from school tomorrow and I'm too tired to think?

    1. Eos nautas qui ad terram navigabant spectavit

    2. Qui sunt illi viri quibuscum pugnabatis?

    3. Cuius frumentum agricola carro ab agro portat?

    4. De quo imperatore homines haec dicunt?

    5. Viros antiquos, quorum virutes maagnae erant, amabant dei omnes.

    6. Ad quem amicum illas litteras scripsisti?

    7. Captivis reddidit bonus consul omnes agros quos amiserant.

    8. In quam partem currebat is agricola cuius equus amissus erat?

    9. Servum cui princeps liberatatem civitatemque dederat spectavimus.

    10. Unum pedem in proelio amiserat miles miser.

    1 AnswerLanguages1 year ago
  • Biology question?

    Cancer is caused by tumor cells that constantly divide, right? But I want to which of these situations causes it. Is it caused when proteins that cause the cell to divide are mutated and stuck on the “on” position, causing the cell to constantly divide? Or is cancer caused by a protein that prevents the cell from dividing that is mutated and causes the cell to constantly divide?

    1 AnswerBiology1 year ago
  • Biology question?

    Cancer is caused by tumor cells that constantly divide, right? But I want to which of these situations causes it. Is it caused when proteins that cause the cell to divide are mutated and stuck on the “on” position, causing the cell to constantly divide? Or is cancer caused by a protein that prevents the cell from dividing that is mutated and causes the cell to constantly divide?

    1 AnswerBiology1 year ago
  • Vocal question???

    Does mix range count as part of your vocal range?

    3 AnswersSinging1 year ago
  • Vocal question?

    Does mix voice count as part of your vocal range?

    2 AnswersSinging1 year ago
  • Just a curious science question?

    What is the DNA sequence of a person with Down's Syndrome

    4 AnswersBiology2 years ago
  • Music question?

    How can I sing higher in my falsetto, right now my highest note is G5, are there any exercises or techniques to help expand the range? My goal is D6

    5 AnswersSinging2 years ago
  • Vocal question?

    Hey I'm a fourteen year old boy in my school's choir. I am a tenor, but many times in songs, us tenors have really high notes and have to flip into falsetto. However, these high notes in my chest voice are equivalent to really low notes in my falsetto. Whenever I sing these "high" notes in my falsetto, may voice sounds very breathy, shaky and airy. However, when I go home and practice singing high notes that are high for my falsetto, the notes sound wayyyyyy less airy and breathy. I guess my question is, how come the lower I go into my falsetto, the more breathy I sound, while the higher I go into my falsetto, the less airy it sounds? Also, is there any way to practice making falsetto sound less airy?

    3 AnswersSinging2 years ago
  • PLEASE HELP THIS MIGHT BE AN EMERGENCY?

    My 20 year old sister just had a tonsillectomy about five days ago and she had an episode of throat bleeding severely last night on New Year’s Eve. We immediately called her doctor and she said not to go to the ER unless it happened again. Well, it’s happening again right now and the on call nurse said that she wouldn’t go to the ER if it were her, but I feel like she doesn’t understand the severity of the bleeding. What should I do, we already gave her ice water to gurgle on?

    14 AnswersOther - General Health Care2 years ago
  • Biology HW Help?

    1. What can be done to improve the nitrogen in the area if the nitrogen is low?

    2. What effect could low and high nitrogen situations have on the entire ecosystem?

    3.Could any species survive without fixed nitrogen in Yellowstone?

    2 AnswersBiology2 years ago
  • Vocal Issues?

    A few days ago, I was talking in a raspy voice, trying to imitate the lady that says “Chocolate!” In spongebob. Yes I know that sounds immature and I won’t do it again. So, basically my throat started hurting really bad because of it and I couldn’t sing high, but that went back to normal. However, when I go into my falsetto it says very bad and shaky. Will this get back to normal, and if so, what can I do to speed up the process?

    2 AnswersSinging2 years ago
  • Geometry HW Proofs?

    Here are my questions, someone please explain how to do them it would be greatly appreciated.

    1. Given: C is the midpoint of line segment AE; C is the midpoint of line segment BD; Line segment AE is

    congruent to line segment CD.

    Prove: Segment AC is congruent to segment CD

    2. Given: angle 5 is congruent to angle 6

    Prove: angle 4 and angle 6 are supplementary

    3. Given: X is the midpoint of seg. WY and seg. VZ

    Prove: VW=ZY

    4. Given: B is the midpoint of seg. AC; C is the midpoint of seg. BD

    Prove: seg. AB is congruent to seg. CD

    2 AnswersMathematics2 years ago