I am passed from person to p...
[4916] I am passed from person to p... - I am passed from person to person but no hands are needed. I often change in this exchange. Always changing never remaining the same. What am l? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 36 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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I am passed from person to p...

I am passed from person to person but no hands are needed. I often change in this exchange. Always changing never remaining the same. What am l?
Correct answers: 36
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Yesterday I went to the doctor...

Yesterday I went to the doctor for my yearly physical. My blood pressure was high, my cholesterol was high, I'd gained some weight, and I didn't feel so hot.
My doctor said eating right doesn't have to be complicated and it would solve my physical problems. He said just think in colors. Fill your plate with bright colors: greens, yellows, reds, etc.
I went right home and ate an entire bowl of M&M's and sure enough, I felt better immediately. I never knew eating right could be so easy.
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Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne

Born 17 Sep 1806; died 15 Sep 1875 at age 68. French neurologist, born in Boulogne, who studied at Douai and Paris. He was first to describe several nervous and muscular disorders and, in developing medical treatment for them, created electrodiagnosis and electrotherapy. In 1858, he was the first to describe locomotor ataxia. In 1862, he mapped 100 facial muscles and pointed out that false, or even half-hearted, smiles involved only muscles of the mouth. But "the sweet emotions of the soul," he said, activate the pars lateralis muscle around the eyes. He first described Tabes dorsalis in 1885, which is also known as Duchenne's disease.
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