People in a number of religious faiths practice fasting at points throughout the year, and people find secular reasons to curb their food intake too. Besides the hunger a fasting person feels, what's going on inside the body when the food stops?
Why do our faces look the way they do? What’s with this big nose on the end, and why is there a little groove underneath? The BBC has this short animation of the formation of a face and answers a some of these questions. via Huffington Post
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