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There's a good reason why you shouldn't pick your boogers. ... that entered our noses made it through to our lungs, our breathing organs would have a hard time  ...


Boogers form in your nose for a very specific purpose — and it's not to gross out ... Sometimes, however, a booger can become extremely hard and have rough ...


Your nose is the ultimate lean, green, booger producing machine. ... When you have a cold virus, your body defends itself by making lots of snot, it's your ... In addition to being speedy, a single sneeze can send 100,000 germs into the air!

Jan 21, 2016 ... Have you ever wondered why or how boogers form? See what exactly that dried mucus in your nose is for. Learn more: http://wb.md/2dDV82J ...


Boogers have a job to do. Find out what it is in this ... name for nose mucus: snot. Your nose and sinuses make about a quart (about 1 liter) of snot every day.


Mar 6, 2017 ... Every time you breathe in through your nose you draw in a myriad of tiny particles including dust ... So what do boogers have to do with all this?


Jan 8, 2016 ... Digging for gold up there? So what exactly is that dried mucus in your nose for?


Mar 7, 2014 ... Does physically taking boogers out of your nose, putting them in your ... He also suggested that the reason boogers have a sugary taste is to ...


Oct 31, 2013 ... Myth: Boogers are just annoying bits of dirt in your nose. ... Doctors have also found that mucus can harbor "fungus balls," which is as awful as it ...