May 28, 2013 ... Your hearts stops, your blood goes cold and your limbs stiffen. Yet amidst the
signs that you are no more, your fingernails continue to lengthen ...
Nov 25, 2011 ... You will not believe the kind of things a dead body will do with its ... The body
doesn't produce more hair and nail tissue, but both of these things do 'grow ... for
a minute, there's no breathing, and the person was dying anyway ...
Hair and fingernails continue to grow after death: This disturbing, gruesome ... of
the body after death can cause retraction of the skin around hair and nails, ...
Sep 24, 2014 ... It may appear that a dead person's fingernails are still growing, but that's only ...
little Fun Fact™ that your hair and nails keep growing after you die? ... but i'll bet
that they DO continue to grow in someone on life support but ...
... once you die. Why many people think that the hair continues to grow after
death. ... Q: I heard that hair does not stop growing once you die! I'm just curious
Ask Smithsonian: Is It True That Your Hair and Nails Keep Growing After You Die
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Oct 2, 2012 ... After death, the human body dehydrates, causing the skin shrink back, which
exposes the part of the nails and hair that was under the skin, ...
Aug 22, 2006 ... No. Nor do nails. What happens is that the skin retracts and they appear to have
lengthened. Hair and nails are produced from cells in the body ...
Jun 6, 2007 ... Life After Death. Why do hair and fingernails grow after death? ... How can our
bodies continue to produce more cells? ... Labels: human-body.
Dec 22, 2007 ... These medical myths are a light hearted reminder that we can be wrong and
need to question ... Hair and fingernails continue to grow after death ... An
ordinary standard for diverse persons is 1 millilitre for each calorie of food.