Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Question: What is cardiac arrest?
Answer: Cardiac-arrest is when the heart stops beating and can be fatal. - 308
Question: What are emotions?
Answer: Emotions are strong feelings, such as: joy, sorrow, fear, hate, and love. - 109
Question: What are some results of feeling strong emotions?
Answer: Emotions can increase the heartbeat and respiration. Some people may start crying or shaking. - 110
Question: What is a heart, and what is it purpose?
Answer: A heart is a hollow muscular organ that pumps blood from the veins to the lungs and into the arteries.
Note: Some believe that the heart is also the center of emotions and feelings. - 136
Question: Where is the human heart located?
Answer: The heart is located in the chest between the lungs. - 137
Question: What is a heart beat?
Answer: A heart beat is the rhythmic contracting and relaxing of the heart muscle to pump blood. - 138
Question: What is Scoleciphobia?
Answer: Scoleciphobia is the fear of worms. - 273
Question: What is Scolionophobia?
Answer: Scolionophobia is the fear of school. - 274