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Consumption of beef tongue: Human BSE risk associated with exposure to lymphoid tissue in bovine tongue in consideration of new by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:13pm Consumption of beef tongue: Human BSE risk associated with exposure to lymphoid tissue in bovine tongue in consideration of new research findings - Scientific Opinion of the Panel on Biological Hazards Question number: EFSA-Q-2007-110 Adopted date: 17/04/2008 Summary ... Read on »
Tongue Twisters for twisted tongues? by Tom Weidig Posted Sun 05 Nov 2006 12:00am I am currently reading Stutter by Harvard Professor Shell. He claims that tongue twisters are all always impossible for people who stutter. Is this assertion true? I can do tongue twisters when I concentrate: How about you? Maybe, we could even use them to improve our speech control. The secret about tongue twisters is to switch between tw ... Read on »
Beef Tongue Part 1: Four Yummy Ways to Enjoy Eating Tongue by Marillyn B. Posted Wed 06 Mar 2013 12:00am Tweet I am over at Spain in Iowa today, sharing my tongue recipe that I developed and perfected. Its so yummy and real simple to make. Really. My family and I enjoy eating tongue in several different ways. Below I am sharing our top 4. Have you had tongue? I know it sounds & looks kinda gross, but trus ... Read on »
Beef Tongue Part 2: How to Cook Tongue in 5 Easy Steps by Marillyn B. Posted Sun 10 Mar 2013 12:00am Tweet After sharing our top 4 favorite tongue recipes , I had a few friends request that I share a simple step by step guide on how to cook tongue. It is so easy that you might find yourself cooking up tongue more often then not! Remember, you can't say this is gross if you've never tried it. Try it once and the ... Read on »
Dragon Tongues Taste Better Than Cod Tongues by Dreena Burton !. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:00pm Have you seen these exotic looking beans? Read more and find out how to cook them with ease... :) Read on »
Imaging the Speaking of Tongues by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 12:00pm The cat has my tongue this morning, so I'll let the NY Times say it: A Neuroscientific Look at Speaking in Tongues By BENEDICT CAREY November 7, 2006, NY Times The passionate, sometimes rhythmic, language-like patter that pours forth from religious people who “speak in tongues” reflects a state of mental possession, many of the ... Read on »
Getting Rid of Bad Breath: The Tongue Scraper a Quick, Easy, Natural and Effective Solution for Reducing Halitosis by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:48pm Okay, it's a touchy subject but one that needs to be addressed.....bad breath. From bad morning breath to severe and persistent halitosis there is a solution that takes about 2 minutes daily. It's a tongue scraper and it can help you and your loved ones, colleagues and other individuals who come into close proximity with you and your stinky b ... Read on »
The Tongue – Illuminated Nerve Endings by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:57pm Interesting technology here to illuminate the tongue and see where all the nerve ending are located, so now we can see where and how many we have and maybe next they can figure out how to make some food maybe taste better (grin)?  BD  Shown here are the gustatory nerves that populate the tongue. Scientists created the image by superimposing ... Read on »
Viral Infection of the tongue by Sandy Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:44pm Good Evening my friends, well it's been a while since my last post. I am still recovering from the " Pleuritic Pneumonia" today is day 12 of my Prednisone treatment. Before I was hospitalized with the pneumonia I had been complaining about my tongue hurting so much and blistering, I was put on a mouth rinse called " NyStatin" in sort of helpe ... Read on »
Tongue Scalloping: A Simple Marker for Sleep Apnea? by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 21 Jan 2010 7:40am 4 Comments Besides the typical descriptions of physical features for someone at risk for obstructive sleep apnea (such as male, overweight, obnoxious snoring, and a big neck), one physical finding that's rarely mentioned is tongue scalloping (click here for picture). This is when you have impressions or ridges on the sides of your tongue where it sits aga ... Read on »