Asked in Digestive System
Will eating toothpaste get you fever?
Asked in Health
What are some remedies for eating toothpaste?
Asked in Toothpaste
How do you get rid of toothpaste burns?
Asked in Cats (Felines), Cat Health, Cat Behavior
Could a cat die from eating toothpaste?
It depends on how much toothpaste, and what animals might be allergic to. If you mean just a little dab of paste, I doubt anything would happen. But I'm sure if it had tubes and tubes of it - it could. But anything living can die of eating too much of something. And I could point out that the majority of cats don't like toothpaste, so I wouldn't worry . . . . =)
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Drug Tests
Would eating AIM toothpaste pass a urine drug test?
Asked in Periodic Table
Is toothpaste used to neutralize acid in the mouth?
Asked in Valley Fever
Can you get valley fever by eating food touched by one who is infected?
Asked in Nutrition
Your daughter has had a fever for two days she wont drink or eat?
Asked in Health
If you have a fever should you eat lots of food or stop eating?
Asked in Nouns
Is toothpaste a countable or uncountable noun?
The noun 'toothpaste' is an uncountable (mass) noun, a word for a substance. Units of toothpaste are expressed by using a noun counter (called a partitive noun), a noun that quantifies an uncountable noun; for example, a tube of toothpaste, an ounce of toothpaste, a glob of toothpaste. Toothpaste is not countable in itself, but tubes of toothpaste are. If you were in a factory, making toothpaste, you might have a vat of toothpaste which would be measured in terms of gallons. So, toothpaste would be measured, rather than counted. You would not ask how many toothpaste do you have, but how much. You could, however, ask how many tubes of toothpaste you have. Tubes are countable.