Eight Questions About the Human Body That Kids Always Ask

150_bodyYou probably prepare yourself for your children asking questions about the facts of life, but children are full of questions about everything, especially things you never thought about the answer to. Why does hair go gray? The first answer you think of is, “because children drive parents crazy,” but that won’t satisfy their curiosity. Why is urine yellow? I didn’t know the correct answer to that one, and I also didn’t know bilirubin was named after William Rueben. Here are eight such questions, with the short answers for each. Link -via Digg

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"I also didn’t know bilirubin was named after William Rueben."

Did you not read the following sentence that begins, "That very poor joke aside"?
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My kids never asked stuff like this. When I asked my daughter where she thought she came from she told me she thought we got her at the pet store. I have (really) no idea where she got that. Maybe it's because we keep her chained up in the yard and feed her kibble?
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