July 28, 2015


Science & Technology

The mysterious hiccup

Looking for an explanation? Don't hold your breath

Why do we hiccup? Some researchers propose it is a fetal digestive reflex that guards against breathing in amniotic fluid while in the womb.

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Why do we hiccup? Some researchers propose it is a fetal digestive reflex that guards against breathing in amniotic fluid while in the womb.

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