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Crying is the shedding of tears in response to an emotional state. This includes anger ... This theory could explain why people cry during cheerful events, as well as very ... animals can cry but only humans have psychoemotional shedding of tears, ... which has collated different scientific studies on crying, the average woman ...


Sep 18, 2014 ... Crying is part of our human emotional package – love it, or hate it. ... Crying can be scientifically defined as the shedding of your tears in ...


Mar 16, 2016 ... There's a surprising dearth of hard facts about so fundamental a human experience. Scientific doubt that crying has any real benefit beyond the ...


Apr 13, 2013 ... We all cry, but what biological function does it serve, asks Mark Honigsbaum. And why are humans the only species to shed tears of sorrow and ...


May 10, 2016 ... Why do we cry, and what good does it do us? There are different types of crying, which produce different types of tears, according to experts.


Oct 30, 2009 ... What makes you cry, and why does crying come easily to some people but others rarely shed a tear? Experts explain.


The human body produces an average of 5 to 10 ounces of basal tears each day. ... The phrase "having a good cry" suggests that crying can actually make you ...


Jan 29, 2013 ... “Why Humans Like to Cry” is an exploration of why this would be so, a neuroanatomical “where do tears come from.” It's also a meditation on ...

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