The hollow at the base of the throat is called the supra-sternal notch.
Supra Sternal notch
You have two collarbones one each side of your neck. Put your fingers under you chin and run them down the front of your throat till you reach a hollow at the top of you chest - then run your fingers towards your shoulder. The curved bone that you can feel is one of your collarbones.
a very long time because its ur neck and u dont lose weight on ure neck like u do on the rest of ure body
The spinal column.
(see the related question below) Where there is no suspected cervical (neck) injury, the way to open the airway is by use the head tilt-chin lift. Tilt the victims head back with a hand on their forehead and two fingers under their chin, so that the tongue wont get in the way There are two separate types of victims: 1. a 'Medical' patient - i.e. heart attack, stroke, seizure, diabetic. 2. a 'Trauma' patient - i.e. signs of injury, (bleeding, breaks, burns, bites, poisoning. 1. To open the airway of a 'Medical' patient, tilt the head back with the palm of one hand and with the other lift the bony part of the chin, (the mandible should be vertical). - This is called the 'Head Tilt, Chin Lift'. 2. To open the airway of a 'Trauma' patient, sit behind the patients head, place your thumbs on the maxilla bones, (cheek bones), place your index fingers below the ear lobe onto the hinge of the mandible ,(jaw bone), and lift the mandible upward without moving the head - This is called the 'Jaw Thrust Maneuver.
The technical name for "neck of the womb" is the Cervix
Hyperextension of the neck
a high neck to discise it.
No if you do it the right way. You line up your neck with your spine. Then, you put your chin to your chest. While keeping your chin to chest, roll your neck to the side. You are not supposed to roll your neck to the back. Roll your neck back to the center while still keeping your chin to your chest. Then you do the same thing just to the opposite side.
the name of the turkey's neck is called a "gobbler".
Michelle Chin was born in Great Neck, in New York, USA.
Neckline refers to the height of the collar or neck area of a shirt or article of clothing below the chin. A high neckline might include a turtleneck while a low neckline could be a V-neck.
Aloha: Neck - A-i [A-ee] sometimes [ah-ee] but not as correct Chin - Auwae [ow-vway] sometimes [ow-vay] sometimes [ow-way].
The space between your chin and your chest is called your Neck. The neck is the part of a person's body that connects the head to the rest of the body, and also links the spinal cord to the brain.
Let your face grow, then shave your chin and neck