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What causes nosebleeds?

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If you’ve never had a nosebleed before, the first one can be terrifying. Why is blood pouring out of your face? Life Noggin investigates.

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Nosebleed: causes, symptoms and diagnosis - Healthline
Nosebleeds are common. They may be scary, but they rarely indicate a serious medical problem. Heathline explains.

9 causes of anterior & posterior nosebleeds - WebMD

If you’ve ever wiped your nose and seen blood, you’ve had a nosebleed. WebMD investigates the types of nosebleeds and causes.
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