Here's What Really Happens When You Force-Feed Someone – io9
Io9Here's What Really Happens When You Force-Feed Someoneio9The American Medical Association and the Red Cross both condemn force-feeding as a form of torture. … If the person being force-fed starts moving, the tube can cause nosebleeds and tissue damage, or attendants can break the nose during the struggle.
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Vaccines: Facts vs. Myths – KREM.com (subscription)
KREM.com (subscription)Vaccines: Facts vs. MythsKREM.com (subscription)They're specially engineered so they can reproduce in the nose — enough to stimulate the immune system to make antibodies — but those viruses cannot reproduce in the lungs and cause influenza, says William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist …and more »