Hip Dysplasia in Humans?

Answer Hip dysplasia in humans is a bone condition that affects the hip socket and the thigh bone. Dogs are most commonly affected by this condition; however, hip dysplasia also affects humans, especially... Read More »

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Cat Parasites & Humans?

Zoonotic diseases are infections that can be passed from animals to humans. In some zoonotic infections, humans and animals will exhibit the same symptoms. In others, the infectious agent responds ... Read More »

How do humans get pregnant?

Can humans eat earthworms?

According to WormWatch, earthworms are actually high in protein, and humans have been eating them for years. A cookbook was written in the 1970s, called Entertaining with Insects, which gives instr... Read More »

Why are humans so evil!?

The human race is not evil. When a whale beaches on land, do dogs, cats, horses cows run to aid it? To try to keep it alive until the next tide? No, it's humans who feel sorrow and empathy for that... Read More »