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  • Answer: yes, and i can think of 4 reasons:

    EXHIBIT A: you have very little protection in a crash
    EXHIBIT B: most dont have a spedometer, and you can rear-end a car
    EXHIBIT C: they have less traction for brakes, so rear-ending cars is more common
    EXHIBIT D: they...alter the mind. most people say they are "(dumb) king of the road and believe they always have the rightaway at intersections.
  • Answer: when you have no clue on what your doing...
  • Answer: Because they are bugs that are super.
  • Answer: most drugs are carefully administered poisons that require knowledge for their proper application. They even more dangerous in the hands of the ill informed.
  • Answer: Taurine is an amino acid that regulates water and minerals in your blood, as well as has antioxidant properties. Its found naturally in met, fish and many other food so few people actually need to take a supplement of taurine on the side. It is becoming increasingly popular with athletes who find it can help their performance at times. Taurine is considered a safe supplement, because your body only uses what it needs and the rest is flushed out through your kidneys. The research is still somewhat limited, so as with all supplements/additives moderation is probably best.
  • Answer: Yes. E coli is very dangerous. The reason that it is so dangerous is because it Messes up how your body digests food.
  • Answer: my opinion....... its a cyclone or typhoon or whatever the world calls it they created the worlds greatest death toll.
  • Answer: 103



    It gets dangerous when your body temperature gets too high and denature the enzymes in your body.
  • Answer: It is not completely harmless, but is safe when used in moderation as a tea additive. Its danger lies in the oil which, when applied to the skin may cause a reaction such as an increase in sunburn
  • Answer: It can strain your muscles, joints and lungs. It can cause other things like high blodd pressure, which weakens the heart and may cause heart attacks and diarrea.
  • Answer: Potentially but they are cheap and easy to fix. the engine will tend to twist under torque so linkage etc. could bind. Just get a new one and you only have to raise it by balancer a few inches to get it in. Be careful though and look it up. YOU DO have to disconnect or loosen up a few things even when moving the block that slightly to allow for movement. The other side for example but do not take all the way out, trans mounts (same) etc etc. hard throtle linkage, shift linkage.
  • Answer: Maybe.

    No test is perfect and the PSA (prostate specific antigen) is certainly no exception. There are no guarantees in life and you can have prostate cancer, or not, at any given level. Levels below 4 are usually considered to be reassuring and make prostate cancer less likely and levels above 10 are very concerning for suggesting a very high risk. Levels between 4 and 10 are indeterminate.

    Most urologists would recommend doing an ultrasound and biopsy for a PSA of 8 but watching it to see how fast it rises would not be totally unreasonable. The risk of watching it is that it could lead to a delay in diagnosing a cancer and allowing it to be more advanced when it is found. The risks of a biopsy are complications of the procedure (such as infection), a false sense of security if it is falsely negative, and that you may end up finding and, then treating (with resultant impotence and incontinence), a slow growing tumor that never would have caused you any problems.
  • Answer: Technically yes they are. You are only supposed to take the doses given to you by your dr. They are also very addictive. If you take a dose higher than recommended then it could seriously hurt and/or kill you. You have to build up a tolerance to all opiates before you can take higher doses.
  • Answer: Cars are heavy (weighing tons) and they can go very fast; they can be very dangerous even if you are a good driver you must always be on alert for road and driving related hazards.

Is bigeminy dangerous?

  • The condition you describe, bigeminy (bi-gem-i-ne), reflects a slightly abnormal heart rhythm that is usually of no serious concern in the absence of other cardiovascular disease. This condition describes a state where your heart alternates one "normal" beat with one "premature" beat. As you are probably aware, the heart contains cells capable of initiating electrical activity, which are necessary for enabling coordinated heart contractions. While these cells are contained throughout the heart, the sinus node is typically the place where these electrical impulses begin. The term "normal sinus rhythm" describes the normal beating of the heart, where electrical impulses originate in the sinus node (SA node), travel through the atria and atrioventricular node (AV node), and terminate in the ventricles. Premature beats occur when either the atria or the ventricle initiate their own electrical impulse before receiving the impulse from the sinus node. The term "bigeminy" is typically used to describe when normal sinus beats alternate with premature ventricular beats.
    All of us at one time or another experience occasional premature heartbeats. In isolation, these are not usually reason for concern. It is useful, however, to have an understanding of what can precipitate premature heartbeats, including bigeminal heart rhythms. Increasing age, tension, anxiety, overeating, exercise, and stimulants such as caffeine, tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter decongestants are all associated with greater frequency of premature heartbeats. Medical conditions may include an overactive thyroid and/or abnormal electrolytes, such as low potassium and magnesium levels. Even prescription medications, like diuretics, can deplete potassium and magnesium levels in the normal course of treatment for high blood pressure and cause increased numbers of premature beats.

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  • Answer: The condition you describe, bigeminy (bi-gem-i-ne), reflects a slightly abnormal heart rhythm that is usually of no serious concern in the absence of other cardiovascular disease. This condition describes a state where your heart alternates one "normal" beat with one "premature" beat. As you are probably aware, the heart contains cells capable of initiating electrical activity, which are necessary for enabling coordinated heart contractions. While these cells are contained throughout the heart, the sinus node is typically the place where these electrical impulses begin. The term "normal sinus rhythm" describes the normal beating of the heart, where electrical impulses originate in the sinus node (SA node), travel through the atria and atrioventricular node (AV node), and terminate in the ventricles. Premature beats occur when either the atria or the ventricle initiate their own electrical impulse before receiving the impulse from the sinus node. The term "bigeminy" is typically used to describe when normal sinus beats alternate with premature ventricular beats.
    All of us at one time or another experience occasional premature heartbeats. In isolation, these are not usually reason for concern. It is useful, however, to have an understanding of what can precipitate premature heartbeats, including bigeminal heart rhythms. Increasing age, tension, anxiety, overeating, exercise, and stimulants such as caffeine, tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter decongestants are all associated with greater frequency of premature heartbeats. Medical conditions may include an overactive thyroid and/or abnormal electrolytes, such as low potassium and magnesium levels. Even prescription medications, like diuretics, can deplete potassium and magnesium levels in the normal course of treatment for high blood pressure and cause increased numbers of premature beats.
  • Answer: Well your on a small little board sliding on ice racing. I wanted to do skeletan racing in the Olympics. So anyway yes skeletan is a dangrous sport. You must be very good to do it
  • Answer: It is not dangerous. But the normal range is between 2 to 3. If inr level goes below 1 then it is dangerous. It will cause fix. Also it should not be more than 4. If it goes above 4 it will thinner your blood. Bleeding will be more for ladies. Warf tablets can increase inr. If your count is between 1.5 to 2 then uou can take warf 6 after consulting your doctor. For ladies after delivery inr may between 1.4 to 2 in some special cases. They can also take warf. They can feed their babys too.
  • Answer: freon and 134 are in a closed space
  • Answer: Like the sun on holiday but a hundred times worse and u can get terribly Ill
  • Answer: some toys have lead or other materials that are poisenious in them so they can hurt little children who put food in you mouth.
  • Answer: Yes some bags can be dangerous, for example a plastic wal-Mart bag can make somebody suffocate
  • Answer: It is dangerous to be in the sun all day. If you want to apply sunscreen, make sure to apply it every hour or it will not work. The sun can damage your eye-sight. The sun also gives you headaches and sun burn. Too much sun burn causes skin cancer so make sure to wear lots of sunscreen. Also, drink alot of water all day to stay healthy. Water keeps you hidrated and gets rid of and prevents headaches. DRINK WATER :)
  • Answer: Formula 1 is the extreme and dangerous sport. Formula 1 racers are playing a life and death game, which connot be called a sport.
  • Answer: not really, i eat raw eggs all the time. i usually take about 3, crack them in a cup, mix it up, and drink it. but i have to chase it with something because of the weird, kind of gross, taste it leaves. sure there is a risk associated, but hell everything is a risk. great protein/b12/B6 source.
  • Answer: an extreme at either end of the pH scale is dangerous, but generally between 5.5-8.5 is safe, but really dont go pushing it
  • Answer: An LD50 value of 17.5 milligrams would be considered far more dangerous than an LD50 value of 500 milligrams. The LD50 value for any drug or other chemical compound is the minimum lethal dose that kills 50% of test subjects (tests are usually conducted on rats and mice). Thus the lower the value, the more toxic the drug.
  • Answer: If you drown you die. Dying is bad.
  • Answer: Carbon is dangerous as it is enters the body and stays in thehemoglobin. Carbon in the hemoglobin will cause limited oxygen inthe blood and into the brain.