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Hormone Questions and Answers (Q&A)

T. Moses, Copywriter
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
Chills and goosebumps are not the same. Chills describe a kind of feeling you have when there is cold, while goosebumps refer to the several small bumps you have on your skin whenever you are...Read More

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C. Block, English Professor
Answered: Mar 05, 2019
The pineal gland is a tiny gland that is very helpful to the body. It is part of the endocrine gland. It is located in the brain. The main function of the pineal gland is to help with sleep. So,...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 18, 2020
Neck vein distention

SIADH secretion causes antidiuretic hormone overproduction, which leads to fluid retention. Severe SIADH can cause such complications as vascular fluid overload,...Read More

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C. Perez, Writer
Answered: Mar 07, 2019
The correct answer is option C – Restrict fluid intake
SIADH is a medical condition where the body secretes too much antidiuretic hormone (ADH). The hormone works on the kidney to...Read More

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G. GRAY, Writer
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
Yes, goosebump can be a sign of arousal. Goosebump is when you experience raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the body, mostly on the neck and arms. The medical term...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Nov 09, 2017
Norepinephrine is a chemical that doubles as a neurotransmitter and a hormone. Norepinephrine is the “chemical cousin” of epinephrine, also known as adrenaline. This organic chemical...Read More

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Nurse Khai Panda, Nurse
Answered: Oct 10, 2019
First let us talk about Hormone system... It is anetwork of glands that signals the organ to produce/secrete hormones."Hormones"are the body's chemical mediatorsthat flows through our blood...Read More

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J. Emmerich, Web Content Writer
Answered: Aug 07, 2019
Anterior pituitary and posterior pituitary are two parts of the pituitary gland. They differ in terms of the total area covered by each of them. Also, another difference is seen in the area of...Read More

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C. Block, English Professor
Answered: Mar 05, 2019
Have you ever felt stressed out? It may be because you are standing before a large crowd of important people at your job and you must give a presentation where everybody is going to judge you....Read More

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student
Answered: Mar 05, 2019
All hormones are important, but there are some that are more important than others. There are many hormones in the body and most are produced in the body. So, it is important to make sure that...Read More

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I. Klose, Accountant
Answered: Jul 31, 2019
Just like fatty acids, soaps, prostaglandins, and sphingolipids, steroids are examples of non-glyceride lipids. Lipids are bio-molecules that can dissolve in nonpolar organic solvents. Fats and...Read More

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student
Answered: Mar 05, 2019
Women do not have testosterone in their bodies because they do not have the right body parts to secrete testosterone. Instead, men are the only ones to secrete testosterone by their testes. The...Read More

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C. Block, English Professor
Answered: Mar 05, 2019
It is important to have dopamine in your body. There are certain levels of dopamine that should be in your body to work and so you don’t feel bad. If your levels of dopamine falls, then you...Read More

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T. Moses, Copywriter
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
Looking at it on the surface, the reason why you get goosebumps is because of an emotional occurrence, and of which your body reacts to it. Goosebumps occur because your brain sends a message to...Read More

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T. Moses, Copywriter
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
Goosebumps are a result of the reaction that happens on the skin. They are tiny bumps you notice on your skin, and they are formed as a result of the contraction of the muscle at the base of each...Read More

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