A sneeze expels air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, .... It has
also been stated that one says "(God) bless you" so that one does not catch the
Mar 14, 2014 ... Your sneezes travel up to 100 miles per hour. At least, according to some. ... Your
heart does not stop when you sneeze. Despite the persistent ...
Learn more about why you sneeze in this article for kids. ... together, in just the
right order, to send that irritation flying out of your nose. And fly it does —
sneezing can send tiny particles speeding out of your nose at up to 100 miles per
The pressure of air in your lungs increases, you close your eyes, your tongue ...
of your mouth and suddenly your breath comes out fast through your nose. So
where did the myth originate that your heart stops when you sneeze? ... Sneezes
can travel at a speed of 100 miles per hour and the wet spray can radiate five feet
Did you know that the particles in a sneeze travel at 100 miles per hour? ... the
roof of the mouth, forcing breath to come out fast through the nose — Achoo! ...
They discovered that we're rebooting, much like a computer does. ... Here's why:
When you sneeze, air is moving more than 100 miles an hour through your nose.
Nov 5, 2014 ... Sneezes travel a lot farther on an airplane than you might think. ... Although air
inside the main cabin is recycled about every two minutes, ... And the simulation
does not apply to the much feared Ebola virus, which cannot be ...
Jan 10, 2011 ... Or if you can stop germs from spreading by cupping your mouth with ... about the
distances a cough or sneeze travels and the volume of air ...
Apr 8, 2014 ... 'When you cough or sneeze, you see the droplets, or feel them if someone
sneezes on ... For instance, given air conditions in any setting, researchers can
better estimate the reach of ... 'Where does the pathogen actually go?
Apr 22, 2014 ... Dude, cover your mouth! Based on new research from MIT, we know now that
when you sneeze, it can travel as far as 200 feet–all thanks to a ...