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Orbicularis Oris

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Between the Bridges: A Valentine's Faux Pas
Later in the video we learned that it is the orbicularis oris muscle in our face that allows us to “pucker” our lips just like a nursing baby.
Desenredando la ciencia
Las expresiones faciales son las que nos orientan en la discriminación de ambos casos, a veces músculos muy específicos (por ejemplo, el orbicularis oculi) garantizan la veracidad de la expresión al ser accionados.
Choose to Be Grateful. It Will Make You Happier.
Чего мы не знали о поцелуях
Почему люди целуются? Иногда в знак любви, иногда в знак приветствия, но это всегда важный обмен эмоциями. Первые упоминания о поцелуях пришли к нам из текстов на санскрите, написанных более 4000 лет назад.
Fake Memories of US Muslims Cheering 9/11: Why?
Over the past few days, presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Ben Carson have both claimed that they witnessed American Muslims cheering in New Jersey during the September 11 terrorist attacks. When fact-checkers looked into the claim, they found ...

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