Name one thing you learned about from another Hubber's Hub that you didn't know about before?
Saw this question on Relache's interview at the "The Relache Hub" (http://hubpages.com/hub/relache#mod_46817) and thought it would be a fun question for all of us to answer.
I learned today from a hub by LiamBean entitled Pharmacological-Crimes-Borna-Disease, that patients suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder caused by BDV often stop having episodes of hypomania after a four week course on the drug, Amantadine (Symmetrel). It is not being used in this country because the drug has been around for thirty years and the pharmaceutical companies can't make any money off it.
...and I learned how to pronounce "relache"
I learned about the worst species in which to be a male from...I believe it was Shadesbreath...it's good to know that us human females aren't alone in trying to make the males miserable
I think the Praying Mantis my be the ultimate.
After sex she bites her partners head off and eats him.
I bet those male Mantises are very nervous about dating lol.
Yeah, after that I realized I had a whole new respect for the female mantises that I'd never known before
Careful Wychic,eating your partner can be very fattening not to mention the heart burn lol
I learn lots from other Hubbers.
Just yesterday morning, reading a Hub by GeneralHowitzer, I learned that the Philippine Eagle is the rarest bird of prey in the world. I also learned that it has the widest wingspan of any eagle. All of which is interesting because I didn't even know the bird existed...until yesterday.
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
How long do you take to think about a subject you want to write about before you write the article.I take far too much time just thinking about a subject before I begin to write. I feel like I am crippling myself by not just jumping in and writing.
by Chitrangada Sharan 3 years ago
If I see some fellow hubber's link in the stats section for more than 100 times, what does it mean? Does it mean, he/she has copied my hub here or elsewhere? That hubber has not even commented on my hub, even once.
by Averin 8 years ago
I'm just curious... what were you thinking about? people can think about the most random things. feel free to go into great detail
by Victoria Lynn 7 years ago
If I find a related hub, should I ask if I can link their hub to mine? Of course, it would be mutually beneficial to both of us to be linked. Maybe we SHOULD contact the other hubbers so they will also link us to their hub, too?
by Giselle Maine 6 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd like to suggest that HubPages limits the ability to do this to a certain number...
by K Kiss 6 years ago
What does it mean when a lot of your traffic comes from another hubber's domain.When I check my statistics for each hub, I sometimes find that for example, today's traffic was 100 for today and out of 100, 30 came from one hubber's domain (example.hubpages.com). So I was just wondering if these...
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