Ice is ok on your body, but it can cause problems if it is in contact for too long. When you ice a joint for a sprain or for anything else, wrap the ice in a cloth or paper towel and don't let it stay in contact even wrapped up for more than 20 min at a time!
It is just water, so consuming ice is fine. However, the process will cause cold damage to your teeth and mouth tissues, so it is not recommended that you eat a lot at once; two or three small cubes is probably about it. But a desire to eat ice is often a symptom of iron deficiency. I don't know why and it really isn't logical, but I have known 4 people who would eat all the ice after drinking a glass of tea or soda. All of them stopped eating ice after having an iron deficiency diagnosed and treated.
Chlorine can make the ice that is dispensed from an ice machine both taste and smell bad. A bad odor can also come from a wide range of contaminants in your ice machine, in addition to chlorine.
No. Cold water absorbs more quickly into the body than warmer water, making chilled water preferable for hydration.
No, ice is not bad for you. It is just water that's frozen, so it's actually good for you.
Dry ice fog is mostly carbon dioxide, inhale too much and you will starve your body of oxygen, this can cause asphyxia and death within a few minutes.
A slow moving body of ice is a glacier.
Bad Blood - Ice album - was created on 1998-10-20.
Like most sweets, ice cream is not good OR bad for you. Rather, it's the amount you consume: if you enjoy a little ice cream that's OK; if you enjoy a lot of ice cream, or you have ice cream instead of healthy food, that's bad for you.
because the ice is like a freezer and Bactria can not grow and the body will not decay.
Its not a bad idea to make ice cream pokemon.