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 Where did the saying"hair of the dog"come from?

Answer "Hair of the dog" is a term for a small drink of alcohol that is supposed to cure a hangover. It comes from an old Roman saying, "like is cured by like." At one time, people believed that putting s... Read More »
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Where do hair lice come from?

Head lice are very small wingless insects that live on the hair and sometimes the eyebrows and lashes, according to Medline Plus. Coming in close contact with someone who has head lice is the main ... Read More »
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Where Do Human Hair Extensions Come From?

Hydrogen is one of the most versatile of elements. It creates the tang in your orange juice and the stomach acid that digests it; the DNA that began your life and the water that sustains it. It is ... Read More »
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Apple seeds come from apples. orange seeds come from oranges, where does grass seed come from?

If you lived in the valley I live in you wouldn't need to ask. Grass seed comes from grass.Before grass goes to see, it pollinates, and your allergic neighbor (or you, if you're unlucky) can't go o... Read More »
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Where Does Human Hair Weave Come From?

If your hair is short, hair weaving can make it longer; if it's long, you can have a shorter look without cutting your hair. The art of hair weaving involves attaching your own hair to synthetic or... Read More »
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