why does one of my ovaries hurt

why does one of my ovaries hurt

It might be a UTI and the reason a UTI would hurt during sex is because the entrance to the bladder, which can get inflamed from bacteria, is so close to the vagina, says Dardik. Having your partner's penis bump into that already inflamed area certainly won't feel good, and if a woman has an active bladder infection, she's likely not interested in having sex. ...

 why do we have santa claus for christmas

why do we have santa claus for christmas

Rudolph, Бthe most famous reindeer of all,Б was born over a hundred years after his eight flying counterparts. The red-nosed wonder was the creation of Robert L. May, a copywriter at the Montgomery Ward department store. In 1939, May wrote a Christmas-themed story-poem to help bring holiday traffic into his store. Using a similar rhyme pattern to MooreБs ББTwas the Night Before Christmas,Б May told the story of Rudolph, a young reindeer who was teased by the other deer because of his large, glowing, red nose. ...

 why do we eat easter eggs on easter

why do we eat easter eggs on easter

Eggs are a forbidden food during Lent, making them a welcome return to the menu on Easter Day. Why do we give eggs at Easter? Easter is a Christian festival. For Christians the custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life. Christians remember that Jesus, after dying on the cross, rose from the dead. They believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus defeated death and sin and offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings. What were the first Easter eggs like? The first eggs given at Easter were birds eggs. These eggs were painted in bright colours to give them further meaning as a gift. We still paint bird eggs today but usually only chicken eggs. An Anglo-Saxon legend tells how the Saxon goddess Eostre found a wounded bird and transformed it into a hare,

 why is ph important in biological systems

why is ph important in biological systems

in order to maintain a relatively stable pH. Note that the function of a buffer is NOT to keep a solution neutral (at pH 7); its function is to minimize the change in pH when base or acid is added to the solution. Also note that there are many different buffers, and each one will stabilize the pH of a solution only within a specific pH range. One buffer may be effective within a range of pH 2 to pH 6, while another may be effective within a range of pH 10 to pH 12. Beyond its buffering range, a buffer no longer acts to stabilize the pH of the solution. Buffers are extremely important to living organisms because most biochemical processes proceed normally only when the pH remains within a fairly narrow range. An excess of H can interfere with the structure and activity of many

 why do ostriches hide their head in the ground

why do ostriches hide their head in the ground

Have you ever heard someone say that someone has their buried in the? Do they mean that another person has literally buried their in a hole in the ground and covered it with? Of course not! What in the world are they talking about then? When people say someone has their buried in the, they are claiming that the person is ignoring obvious facts or refusing to accept advice, hoping that simply denying the existence of a problem will make it go away. This popular is believed to have originated with observations of ostriches that appear to their heads in the to. Some people think this results from the fact that ostriches are so that they believe burying their heads will make them to predators. ...

 why do we get sick when the weather changes

why do we get sick when the weather changes

Fall is upon us on the East Coast, and everyone knows that cooler weather is the advent of cold and flu season. бIn a recent, doctors examined the science behind why we get sick when the changes. б Research found that the two agents that usually cause the Б rhinoviruses and cornoavirusesб Б replicate more easily in weather thatБs cool, but not too cold. "A lot of the that cause the common cold are shown to cause outbreaks more frequently in the early to late spring and early to late fall,"б Internal Medicine Specialist Kittu Jindal Garg, M. D. , told The Weather Channel. б Cold air itself isnБt making you sick, itБs the virus. The structure of allows it to replicate and spread best when air is cold and dry. "There have been a lot of studies done, but really there's still no evidence to

 why do you shank a golf ball

why do you shank a golf ball

1 Position from the ball The first thing to check should be how far from the ball you are standing. Too close and youвll lose your spine angle in the downswing, lift out of the shot and hit an open-faced shank. Too far away and the momentum of the swing will cause you to lean into the ball through impact в again, the shank is the most likely result. To help, picture a weightlifter just before they lift. Their shoulders are over the middle of their feet, with their weight sitting over the balls of their feet. As you address the golf ball, get your weight in the right position and then let your arms hang naturally down в there should be a gap of about an open handвs width between your thigh and the butt end of the club. This is the right distance to be standing from the ball and should help

 why do we use eggs in baking

why do we use eggs in baking

My son had many allergies from the time he was an infant, among them eggs, milk, nuts, beef, seafood, etc. I experimented with many substitutions, and after 10 years I just discovered a new one! I've used flax meal and water for eggs in many recipes, but just learned about CHIA. Mix chia seeds in the same ratio as flax- 1 tbsp chia seeds to three tbsp water. I used coconut water just as a matter of preference, but water is fine. You don't even need to grind the chia seeds, although you certainly can; just use them whole. They are quite solvable and in about 10 minutes you'll have a gelatinous substance. Chia seeds are a fabulous thickener and the nutritional properties will blow your mind. I let mine sit a little more than 5 minutes, so there was just a little snap left- like the little

 why i want to be a school counselor

why i want to be a school counselor

>> 1. Watching Students Grow Counseling at any level affords a unique opportunity to observe and interact with whatever developmental stage the student is in at the time. It was always fascinating for me to watch high school students come in as barely pubescent 9th-grade teens, and walk out four years later as young adults. Sharing in that growth process was fun and rewarding. 2. Unique School Position Counseling in a school system is a unique kind of position. We are not classroom teachers, nor are we administrators. We enjoy this interesting position of sometimes being a buffer, e. g. problem solving concerns between teachers and students/ parents so that they never have to be addressed to the principal or assistant principal. 3. Offering Support Being available to students on so

 why is there so much black on black crime

why is there so much black on black crime

Let s throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem. Many say they are protesting against police treatment of blacks and racial discrimination. We might ask just how much sense their protest makes. According to, 737 people have been shot and killed by police this year in the United States. Of that number, there were 329 whites, 165 blacks, 112 Hispanics, 24 members of other races, and 107 people whose race was unknown. In Illinois, home to one of our most dangerous citiesвChicagoв18 people have been shot and killed by police this year. In the city itself, police have shot and killed 10 people and shot and wounded 10 others. Somebody should ask the kneeling black NFL players why they are protesting this kind of

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