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Tickling in the Lab
Investigating the Yawn
Frozen Droplets

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1) b
2) Because your brain anticipates your own touch.
3) c
4) they laugh reflexively in response
5) A measurable change in health resulting from the mere expectation that the health should change.
6) b
7) capsaicin
8) b
9) b
10) The process is used to mix chemicals for prescription medicines.

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