Eating small amounts of chalk is usually not harmful, according to MedlinePlus.
Chalk, a form of limestone, is not normally toxic, but when consumed in large ...
While chalk itself is not toxic, there is a potential danger in eating anything that is
not actually food due to the fact that it is not processed according to food ...
local supplier of Calabash chalk, please contact ... Information on the use and
health risks associated ... variety of chalk and clay products are used (eaten).
Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar explains what could be leading a woman to
crave chalk and reveals whether the condition has affected the woman's...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Effects of Eating Chalk&v=wBZgnFhnO8c
Jun 12, 2010 ... I've seen people with mental disorders before like Pica, and did a research paper
on it a while back. I just wanted to know: what does chalk ...
Mar 30, 2014 ... Well there are plenty of people out there who eat chalk all the time, so don't ...
Most paper is treated with harmful chemicals, especially colored ...
Aug 29, 2008 ... It is generally thought that a desire to eat chalk is an indication of a calcium
deficiency, so it is ... What are its side effects and how to get rid of it?
Nov 28, 2011 ... Academics have tackled the issue of whether chalk dust is harmful to health –
rather belatedly, you may think.
Another side effect of chalk eating is constipation. While this won't affect your
chances of conceiving, constipation can make pregnancy more ...
Chalk is primarily calcium and may not be harmful per se, but we really don't
know for sure, or that this would be safe in pregnancy. For some ...