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John K Edwards No Sweat Glands

Sweat Glands Apocrine The term apocrine was coined because it was thought that gland cells secreted in an apocrine manner. Despite the fact that it is now known that their secretory products are produced via merocrine secretion, the name has remained unchanged. Apocrine sweat glands are coiled tubular glands that secrete a viscous, cloudy, possibly odorous secretion. Apocrine sweat glands secrete in hair follicle canals. They start secreting when they reach puberty; the sweat produced may be acted on by bacteria, resulting in a noticeable odor. Pheromones, chemicals that communicate information to other people by altering their hormonal balance, may be found in apocrine gland secretions. Some research has found that feminine secretions from apocrine sweat glands can change the menstrual cycle of other women (the McClintock effect), though the research methods used have been criticized. Human pheromones and the role of apocrine sweat gland secretions in humans are still poorly understood.

Alan Landsburg Productions produced the show, which was co-hosted by Fran Tarkenton, John Davidson, and Cathy Lee Crosby. Episodes were originally broadcast as an hour-long program, but were later re-edited into 30-minute segments for syndication. It first aired on March 3, 1980. [2] Several of the stunts were dangerous, including juggling knives, staying inside a small box for hours, and a man catching a bullet between his teeth. Because of the danger involved in these stunts, producers eventually added the caption "Do Not Try This At Home." Steve Baker, also known as "Mr. Escape," appeared frequently on the show.

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