In fairy tales and other stories, people curious about their fate could consult a palm reader who, as the story goes, would tell their fortune by looking at the lines on their palm. While there’s no scientific evidence linking the lines on your palm to your fate or fortune, scientists have learned that your palm and finger prints do have a story to tell. The ridges on your hands, fingers, feet, and toes formed while you were still in the womb, five or six months before you were born. Because the growth pattern of every fetus is slightly different, your finger and palm prints are absolutely unique.
Differences in fingerprints have always been useful to police detectives, but what can a doctor tell from looking at your prints?


For example, women who caught German measles early in pregnancy during the 1960′s sometimes passed birth defects along to their children.
Studies have linked irregular palm prints to such diseases as schizophrenia, fetal alcohol syndrome, and even allergies. A Moment of Science is a daily audio podcast, public radio program and video series providing the scientific story behind some of life's most perplexing mysteries. Indiana Public Media is the home of WFIU Public Radio & WTIU Public Television, including your favorite programming from NPR and PBS. Indian Housewife Romance With Friend Husband For Money … Obtain absolutely free “Xnx16 Year Video Telugu” mp3.


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