Why Do Fingers and Toes Get Pruny in Water?

By Dr. Mercola There are many uncertainties in life, with answers shrouded in mystery. Some of the world’s most challenging perplexities will never be known, but others can sometimes be reasoned out analytically. One of those enigmatic questions is: Why do our fingers and toes get pruny after sitting in water for a while? Luckily, while some of the most difficult-to-fathom disputes may at first seem out of our depths, the headwaters of science can often be tapped. In this case, we’re in luck. At least there are a few theories. The Dilemma: too Much Time in the Tub You’ve probably been there


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