Tag: Education

Why do our Hands Shake? | #aumsum

Why do our Hands Shake? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Why do our Hands Shake? Simple. They are trying to break dance. What. Oh AumSum. Shaky hands are also referred to as hand tremors. A tremor is an involuntary, rhythmic movement of one or more body parts. A tremor is generally caused when there is. Some problem

What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? | #aumsum

What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? Don’t Worry. I will douse them using my AumSum Water Jet. Oh AumSum. Even if we ignore underwater volcanoes. There are still about 1500 active volcanoes on earth. There are at least 20 volcanoes erupting on earth at any given

What if we start Mining Asteroids? | #aumsum

What if we start Mining Asteroids? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What if we start Mining Asteroids? Then I will open by mining company and list it on a Stock Exchange. Wow AumSum. An asteroid is a small rocky body orbiting the Sun. Millions of asteroids lie in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Now if we

Is Alkaline Water Really Better For You?

Is Alkaline Water Really Better For You?

[ intro ] You may have heard of alkaline water— it’s the newest health trend hitting grocery shelves. These products are essentially just water treated to have a more basic pH between 8 and 10 instead of water’s usual neutral 7. And supposedly, they take your internal chemistry from acidic

7 Things You Should Know About Bed Bugs

7 Things You Should Know About Bed Bugs

When you were a kid, your parents might have told you not to let the bed bugs bite. And for a long time, they were so unheard-of that you might have asked your parents what a bed bug even was. But today, bed bugs are the fastest growing pest control

Human Physiology – Accessory Organs: Pancreas

Human Physiology – Accessory Organs: Pancreas

>>Dr. Ketchum: The pancreas has both exocrine and endocrine functions. Endocrine functions we’ll be discussing at a later time, so the focus of the pancreas here will only be on the exocrine portion. What the exocrine portion does is it produces pancreatic juice. Once again it’s via these acinar cells,

Digestive System Animated Music Video/Updated (How the digestive system works)

THERE’S NO DOUBT, THERE’S NO QUESTION WE’RE TALKING ABOUT, ABOUT DIGESTION EVERY TYPE OF FOOD WE EAT FRUIT, VEGETABLES, MILK, GRAINS, OR MEAT MUST BE DIGESTED TO PROVIDE COMPOUNDS WE CAN UTILIZE THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DOES INCLUDE SPECIALIZED ORGANS THAT PROCESS FOOD IT CONTAINS, TO BE EXACT ACCESSORY ORGANS AND

How Liver Problems Can Lead to Brain Disease

How Liver Problems Can Lead to Brain Disease

[INTRO ♪ Your brain works together with the rest of your body in lots of different ways. If things go wrong with some organs, like if your heart stops pumping, your brain’s obviously going to have a bad time. But sometimes the connection is a little less straightforward. Take the

Spit: Everything You Never Wanted To Know

Spit: Everything You Never Wanted To Know

[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