Crying is the shedding of tears in response to an emotional state. The act of
crying has been .... When infants cry for no obvious reason after all other causes (
such as hunger or pain) are ruled ou...
Oct 30, 2009 ... What makes you cry, and why does crying come easily to some people but ...
Why do some people cry so much more or less readily than others? .... Slideshow
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Different kinds of crying produce different tears too. ... These hormones cause the
eyes to produce tears, effectively ridding them of the irritating substance.
Apr 29, 2014 ... crying Anti-bacterial, nutrient-rich, usually involuntary and often stress ... signal to
[the] lachrymal glands causing the tear response to kick in.
Sep 18, 2014 ... Crying is part of our human emotional package – love it, or hate it. Of course,
women are definitely better at it than men, with the number of cries ...
Mar 16, 2016 ... Michael Trimble, a behavioral neurologist with the unusual distinction of being
one of the world's leading experts on crying, was about to be ...
“Crying spells can have a physical cause, but they also indicate that you're built
up a lot of subconscious emotions you aren't processing,” explains Yvonne ...
Researchers are tracking people's crying episodes to determine the role culture
plays in why we cry, measuring the chemical makeup of tears and examining the
May 10, 2016 ... Let us count the ways. Tears well up in people's eyes for a slew of reasons. A
teardrop running down the cheek is the ultimate symbol of ...