Why don t we get goosebumps on our face

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The Haunted Mask (Goosebumps, #11) by R.L. Stine

Face to Face with a Nightmare...

How ugly is Carly Beths Halloween mask? Its so ugly that it almost scared her little brother to death. So terrifying that even her friends are totally freaked out by it. Its the best Halloween mask ever. Its everything Carly Beth hoped it would be. And more. Maybe too much more. Because Halloween is almost over. And Carly Beth is still wearing that special mask...
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George A. Bubenik, a physiologist and professor of zoology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, explains.
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Bald Guys Don't Get Goosebumps Because of an "Evolutionary Hangover"

Goosebumps can occur everywhere on the surface of your body, whether you are cold, frightened or emotional. Strong emotions, good or bad, cause the release of epinephrine, one of the catecholamine hormones. Epinephrine induces a contraction of the arrector pili muscle a process called piloerection at the base of the hair follicle. However, not all goosebumps can be obvious. It is a minuscule elevation of the skin that looks like the skin of a bird after removing the feather.

Credit: Getty Images. New research has uncovered an important function of the tiny muscles, called arrector pili, that cause goose bumps: healing and cell regeneration. The work could lead to new treatments for burn victims, prevention of skin cancer, and even a solution for baldness. Goosebumps are very small elevations in the skin that occur around the hair follicle. On the side wall of every follicle, under the surface of the skin, lies the goose bump muscle. When hair emerges from the skin, it usually sits at an angle. When the goose bump muscle contracts, it elevates the hair and pulls the angle of the follicle straighter so the hair literally stands on end.

New forensics method works ‘backward’ to DNA

Answers to Questions Kids Ask! Goosebumps are caused by smooth muscle that pulls on your hair follicles, causing indentation. Then you get that characteristic raised-and-lowered looking skin. The pulling makes the hairs stand up. Evolutionarily, most of our long coarse hairs have been lost. The reason that animals need this system is, when cold, the hairs stand up and trap air close to the body to keep them warm. Neat, huh?


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  1. F or many men, the onset of hair loss flags the terrifying beginnings of physical decline.

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