the food from the jar was probably considered "death" because it has spoiled over time
Eating a diamond will not in itself cause death. If the diamond is large enough, it can cause problems when passing through the digestive system, which could indirectly cause death. Otherwise, once ingested, best practices dictate careful exploration of eliminations, since every diamond has value.
Death in Five Boxes was created in 1938.
Death in Five Boxes has 310 pages.
It causes death
not really..............you might get sick though..........plus, it would be REALLY wierd to do that!
The cause of death for Ana Carolina Reston was starvation from her eating disorder. She was 21 when she died and weighed eighty-eight pounds. She suffered from both anorexia and bulimia.
Eating too much lobster thermidor and drinking port on a Sunday
um... well at its most harmful it can sorta cause death... yes its harm full but not as harm full as not drinking
Directly, probably not. Indirectly yes. Feces contains many microorganisms that can cause serious illness and death.
In severe cases, yes, it can. Eating the mold itself is not harmful, but the toxins produced by it can harm your blood. If you eat just a small amount of it, you will perhaps nauseous, or pain in your stomach but if you eat a lot of it, it CAN cause death.
Yes, I am a doctor from McMaster University Hospital. Eating excessive amounts of rice, raw or cooked can cause kidney stones. Which can eventually cause death. So be aware.