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How many bones in your body can i break one

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Asked by ijaz, 19 Feb 06:03 pm
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Tod kar to dekho bhai, mom ko bata dungi......... then dad will break all of your bones. bhai bahan ke jhagde me bones nahi toda karte hain...........
Answered by Avantika, 19 Feb 06:06 pm

 
  
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I have an extra bone. so it doesn't going to make any difference!
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 19 Feb 06:21 pm

 
  
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I do not venture to invite such a test...!
Answered by Dil Se, 19 Feb 06:19 pm

 
  
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Yes before that insure ur life and start this process

Ambulance already kept ready for you
Answered by sigma, 19 Feb 06:11 pm

 
  
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I am boneless
Answered by tragedy king, 19 Feb 06:10 pm

 
  
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"Clearence Sale
Answered by rajendra partap sinha, 19 Feb 06:07 pm

 
  
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How Broken Bones Repair Themselves',

When a bone breaks, your body already has a plan for how to fix it.

It's easy to think of our bones as solid, lifeless matter where all of our living tissue just sits. But your skeleton is as much a living part of your being as your softer tissues and organs. The body stores minerals in the hard, compact bone. It produces red blood cells in the inner red marrow and stores fat in the yellow marrow.

It's important to remember that your bones are constantly changing. Cells called osteoclasts constantly break down old bone so that osteoblasts can replace it with new bone tissue -- a process called bone remodeling. Another type of cell called a chondroblast forms new cartilage. These are three of the primary cells responsible for bone growth -- and not just the bone growth you experience early in life. This constant bone remodeling gradually replaces old bone tissue with new tissue during the course of months.

Almost immediately after the break, the ...more
Answered by Mickey, 19 Feb 06:06 pm

 
  
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