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Digestive System | How does the Digestive System Work?

Digestive System | How does the Digestive System Work? | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
The Digestive system is the main functional system in the human body. It helps to provide essential energy and nutrients in our body by performing Absorption.......

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The Human Anatomy, Animated With 3-D Technology

The Human Anatomy, Animated With 3-D Technology | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
A 3-D virtual body, now used by medical students in anatomy studies, represents an unusual collaboration between industry and academia.

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Secrets of 'SuperAger' brains: Elderly super-agers have brains that look and act decades younger than their age

Secrets of 'SuperAger' brains: Elderly super-agers have brains that look and act decades younger than their age | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Scientists for the first time have identified an elite group of elderly people age 80 and older whose memories are as sharp as people 20 to 30 years younger than them.

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Ask Jillian: How Can I Kick My Diet Soda Habit for Good? - Diet and Nutrition Center - Everyday Health

Ask Jillian: How Can I Kick My Diet Soda Habit for Good? - Diet and Nutrition Center - Everyday Health | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Quitting soda isn't easy, but it is well worth it. Here's how Jillian Michaels suggests kicking the habit for good.

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Natural Cure for Skin Cancer @mercola

Natural Cure for Skin Cancer @mercola | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Did you know that skin cancer, whether melanoma or non-melanoma, can be treated or prevented naturally?

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GMO Foods: Are They Dangerous to Your Health? | The Dr. Oz Show

GMO Foods: Are They Dangerous to Your Health? | The Dr. Oz Show | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Are genetically modified foods safe? Learn about the GMOs you're feeding to your family and might not even know it. Dr. Oz hosts a debate about these controversial foods. Plus, he has three warning signs all women should look out for.

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HealTimeLMT's curator insight, August 3, 2014 1:51 PM

Say NO! to GMO's

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For a Healthy Brain, Physical Exercise Trumps Mental Workout

For a Healthy Brain, Physical Exercise Trumps Mental Workout | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Regular physical exercise appears to protect the brain from shrinking, an otherwise natural process in old age that is associated with memory and thinking problems. (For a Healthy Brain, Physical Exercise Trumps Mental Workout - Yahoo!

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Shaquita Whittenburg's comment, September 10, 2013 8:40 PM
This article wasn't exactly as interesting as I suspected. Its good for older people to exercise a lot anyways. Helps to keep them fit and stay healthy. I would think that mental workouts would help your brain from not shrinking because your actually using/thinking with your brain, and its mentally exhausting. Whereas when your exercising or doing some kind of physical activity your using your muscles.
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The Human Body as Ecosystem: A Way to Revolutionize Medicine

The Human Body as Ecosystem: A Way to Revolutionize Medicine | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it

Looking at human beings as ecosystems that contain many collaborating and competing species could change the practice of medicine


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Human Body Maps | 3D Models of the Human Anatomy | Healthline

Human Body Maps | 3D Models of the Human Anatomy | Healthline | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
BodyMaps is an interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D.

 

Healthline Body Maps provides interactive three dimensional models for learning about human anatomy.

 

Body Maps has both male and female models.

 

The models have eight layer views, from skin to skeletal, that users can select.

 

They can hold your mouse pointer over any part of the model to view a body part's name and then zoom to more detailed information.

 

To rotate the model just click and drag the model to the left or right.


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Old Medicine May Have New Role in Alzheimer's

Old Medicine May Have New Role in Alzheimer's | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
A new study in laboratory animals suggests a promising new avenue for treating Alzheimer's Disease. the mice in this research were given a medicine that's been around for decades.

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Could This Common Food Be the Skin Cancer Miracle?

Could This Common Food Be the Skin Cancer Miracle? | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it
Malaysian tualang honey possesses strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

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Karina Rivera's comment, February 28, 2014 11:35 AM
What I read about was hoe honey might be the new treatment for skin cancer. the way the radiation is it might help I a very good way. my reaction to this article is I do not think it will work because if it worked they will be using it now to this day but they are not. I do not think it will work also because honey is think the skin will not like it
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Deaf gerbils hear again with human stem cells

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LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have restored hearing to deaf gerbils using human embryonic stem cells in an advance that could eventually help people with an intractable form of deafness caused by nerve...

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NYTimes: The Island Where People Forget to Die

NYTimes: The Island Where People Forget to Die | Interesting Articles for Human Anatomy Lessons | Scoop.it

Unraveling the mystery of why the inhabitants of Ikaria, an island of 99 square miles that is home to almost 10,000 Greek nationals, live so long and so well. In 2000, another island of longevity has been identified - a region of Sardinia’s Nuoro province is a place with the highest concentration of male centenarians in the world.

 

Social structure might turn out to be more important. In Sardinia, a cultural attitude that celebrated the elderly kept them engaged in the community and in extended-family homes until they were in their 100s. Studies have linked early retirement among some workers in industrialized economies to reduced life expectancy.


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