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Do broad spectrum antibiotics control piles?
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Asked in Job Applications
What is someone who piles up stuff on the shelves in shops called?
Asked in Mountains
What are some physical landforms in the region of Mountains ans basins?
Asked in Birth Control
If you stop taking your birth control piles can you get pregnant and in how many moth can you get pregnant?
Asked in Statistics, Probability, Card Games
How many ways can a deck of 52 cards be divided into equal piles?
Nancy divided her marbles into 5 equal piles What fraction of the total marbles would 4 piles be?
Asked in Snakes, Animal Life
What is a vipers shelter?
Since vipers can live in mountains with small caves or rainforests in wet places, the shelters vary. If they lived in caves, their shelter would be rock piles, brush piles or even log piles. Rainforests, their shelter would be rock piles, brush piles, log piles, leaf piles, etc. All snakes love hiding places and little nooks and crannies. Hope that helped.
What bugs are found in compost piles?
Ants, beetles, crickets and termites are examples of bugs that are found in compost piles. Crickets control vegetation by eating protein-rich weed seeds that may be wind-dispersed into compost piles and into other places where gardeners do not wish them to be. Ground beetles devour such insect pests as spotted cucumber beetles and squash bugs.
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What is the complete predicate and simple predicate in The President received piles of letters?
Asked in Health
Why are piles dangerous?
Piles (hemorrhoids) are blood vessels in the smooth muscles of the walls of the rectum and anus. It is collections of tissue and vein that become inflamed and swollen, piles are 2 types internal or external. Piles are either inside the anus (internal) or under the skin around the anus (external). Tissue inside the anus fills with blood to help control bowel movements. If you strain to move stool, the increased pressure causes the veins in this tissue to swell and stretch. This can cause hemorrhoids/piles. Diarrhea or constipation also may lead to straining and can increase pressure on veins in the anal canal. Being overweight can also lead to hemorrhoids/piles.