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HICCUPS

SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE I LEARNED THAT EVERY TIME A
PERSON HICCUPS, HIS HEART SKIPS A BEAT. A LOGICAL
EXPLANATION FOR THIS BELIEF COULD VERY WELL BE THAT
WHEN A DOCTOR IS USING A STETHOSCOPE, WHEN THE PERSON
HICCUPS, THE DOCTOR WOULD NOT HEAR THE HEARTBEAT.
HENCE, IT SKIPS! THIS, HOWEVER, IS NOT TRUE, AS
PROVED BY ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHS.

Where learned: ILLINOIS ; CHICAGO

Keyword(s): HICCUPS=SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAM

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Product or activity of man or animal P477.8

Date learned: 00-00-1966

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