Saturday, October 8, 2016

Body Parts You Didn’t Know Had Names


Glabella. 
The glabella is the space between the eyebrows. A glabellar reflex is a primitive reflex found in patients with Parkinson’s disease. When repeatedly tapped on the forehead, they blink continuously. Normal people do not.

Rascette lines. 
The young people wrinkles across your wrist, rascette lines, are also known as bracelet lines, and are believed in palmistry to signify health and longevity.

Purlicue
The area between your forefinger and your thumb you see when you flash the letter L; unofficial symbol of the Glee club.
Pate
The top of a person’s head; the crown.
Philtrum. 
The area between the bottom of your nose and the top of your lip
Tragus. 
That piece of cartilage on the outer part of the ear that blocks the ear passage.
Lunula. 
The white crescent near the base of your fingernail, the lunule is touted by some to be a health indicator for a range of health problems, from mineral deficiency to kidney problems.


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