Men and women have some obvious differences for obvious reasons, normally related to reproduction and the gender roles that spawn from them. Why, for instance, do men grow beards? Why are they more likely to go bald?
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Prevalence of oral hairy leukoplakia in pediatric patients infected with HIV It is an asymptomatic lesion that has an important prognostic value in AIDS. Differently from what takes place with HIV adult patients, OHL has been described in the literature as having a very small prevalence in pediatric patients.
You may not think you are, and compared with, say, a chimpanzeeyou appear distinctly bald. But in fact your entire body with the exception of the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet is covered in hair. All told you have about 5 million follicles, about the same as chimps and other primates.
Both Hairy and the Downy Woodpeckers, unfortunately. First, check for the major difference in bill size. If the bill is not in view—the bird is usually facing a tree, after all—move on to what is perhaps the best clue: overall size.
The hormone and nervous reactions that make the pupils of your eyes dilate, your heart race and your skin break out in goose bumps may also make hair grow. This condition may also have a side benefit. It can help hair grow, a new study finds.