Old Cricket says

Cricket, Old
May 1995
Cricket;May95, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p64
Explains why people blink their eyes. How many times it is unconsciously done daily; What the blink accomplishes for the eyes; Lysozyme, a chemical in tears; The link between blinking and thinking.


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