Translator: Ilya Bychkov Reviewer: Denise RQ “It is now time to close the book on infectious diseases and declare the war against pestilence won.” It is something we all want. We all want to live in a world free of infectious diseases. Think about when you watch movies like, “Contagion”
[PBSDS BUMPER] We all know how the journey through the digestive system ends, but few give much thought to how it begins. If the mouth is the doorway, saliva is the greeter, one of the most important substances produced by the body, yet one of the most overlooked, and to
In February 1977, a 42 year old woman was admitted to the hospital with deep jaundice, shivers and hemolytic anemia – a type of anemia where her red blood cells were being destroyed faster than her body could make them. She went on to develop a “hepatic precomatose condition,” –
Have you ever wondered why we eat? We eat because we need a source of energy and because our body needs building materials. The digestive system is the system which is responsible for supplying an animal’s body with this energy and with these building materials. We need energy to recharge
Topic 6.1 Digestion Hey everyone and welcome to topic 6.1, Digestion. This is one of the more straightforward topics in Human Health and Physiology because there are so many links to your previous study of biomolecules and the activity of enzymes. It would be interesting to revisit Enzymes (3.6), Carbohydrates,
Obesity has been a growing health concern across the world. Obesity can make one more susceptible to developing all kinds of diseases: heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, and also cancer: all kinds of cancers. But exactly HOW obesity increases your chances of getting cancer is not entirely clear.
Hello friends Welcome to the study corner And the topic that is before you is for some important facts related to the human body There is not a single question that has not been asked by competitive examination like ssc, railway etc Well, my target is for SSC exam but