Dimples are the result of a deformity that makes facial muscles shorter than normal. The shorter muscles pull the skin when the person smiles, causing indentations in the skin known as dimples. As a person ages, dimples ... More »

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The exact number of people who have dimples cannot be determined because individuals may acquire or lose dimples, due to weight fluctuations or loss of muscle elasticity. A Nigerian study found that 25 percent of the pop... More »

Dimples are caused by a genetic abnormality in humans or by an outpatient plastic surgery called a dimpleplasty. A dimple usually appears in the chin or cheeks due to an embryonic abnormality in the facial muscles, conne... More »

The functioning of the human leg is the result of cooperation between the muscles and bones located there. Many muscles involved in leg function are quite large and use powerful contractions to propel and support the bod... More »

Incomplete emptying of the bladder may be the result of constipation, nerve problems, weak bladder muscles, urinary tract stones, blockage or narrowing of the urethra and some types of cancer, explains the National Kidne... More »

Yellow skin under the eyes is generally a result of a medical condition called jaundice, which arises when people have excess amounts of bilirubin in their systems. Jaundice causes the skin and the area around the eyes t... More »

The exact number of people who have dimples cannot be determined because individuals may acquire or lose dimples, due to weight fluctuations or loss of muscle elasticity. A Nigerian study found that 25 percent of the pop... More »