also creates visual and scent `markers' of a cat's territory.
There is a direct physical connection between the artist and the film itself, whether sloshing it about in a bucket of chemicals or painstakingly scratching
through the emulsion.
The problem begins when a relatively mild itch elicits scratching
, which in turn stimulates nerve fibers in the skin that prolong and intensify the itching, which generates more scratching
, and so on.
If itching is not treated, it can lead to intense, relentless scratching
or rubbing, which can ultimately irritate the skin.
Emollients and topical steroids (creams) are used to tackle each stage of the vicious circle - the dry skin, the eczema, the itch, and the scratching
The results suggest that, whereas the sensation of itch may be effectively transmitted by viewing others experiencing itch-related stimuli on the body, the desire to scratch is more effectively provoked by viewing others scratching
," the BBC quoted Prof Francis McGlone, a cognitive neuroscientist at Liverpool John Moores University, who led the study, as saying.
Try to avoid scratching
and the NP will slowly disappear, but you will still be very itchy for some weeks.
This article focuses on quantifying the amount of healing that takes place in a model polyurethane clearcoat designed to recover from scratching
events compared to that of a commercial acrylic/melamine/silane clearcoat.
is usually associated with deeper deformation lines that may occur alone or in multiples.
The act of scratching
on film, and even morel specifically the act of scratching
on film while the film is moving through the projector, is at the centre of Hebert's art.
which makes corrugated-cardboard cat scratching
boxes, had heard complaints that their original, 5-inch-wide Cat Scratcher, although popular with lithe felines, had its limits.
Thus far, she notes, social scratching
has not been reported for any of several other long-studied chimp populations.