Tag: intestines

Science Trek: The Web Show: The Digestive System

Science Trek: The Web Show: The Digestive System

JOAN CARTAN-HANSEN: HI, I’M JOAN CARTAN-HANSEN, AND WELCOME TO SCIENCE TREK: THE WEB SHOW. AND WELCOME TO THE OFFICES OF IDAHO GASTROENTEROLOGY IN MERIDIAN. JOINING ME NOW TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ARE DR. MATTHEW SERICATI AND DR. BRIAN STORY. THANK YOU BOTH FOR JOINING US. DR.

What Happens If You Stop Pooping?

What Happens If You Stop Pooping?

♪ This episode’s going to get real. So… be prepared for that Let’s start here: Nobody likes to be constipated. Sometimes — because of things like diet or stress —- you don’t poop for a little while. It happens to me whenever Igo on vacation and I’m like “Why?! I’m

The Digestive System – GCSE IGCSE 9-1 Biology – Science – Succeed In Your GCSE and IGCSE

The Digestive System – GCSE IGCSE 9-1 Biology – Science – Succeed In Your GCSE and IGCSE

This video is brought to you by SucceedSchool.com. With complete lessons and resources, assessments, learning plans and schemes of work for students parents and teachers For revision, for catch-up or just to get ahead in class, visit SucceedSchool.com now for your free trial lessons. SucceedSchool.com, learn to succeed. Hey class

25 Stomach Churning Facts About The Human Digestive System To Gross You Out!

25 Stomach Churning Facts About The Human Digestive System To Gross You Out!

– Have you ever wondered how your body is able to process the food you eat? Believe it or not, the digestive system is highly complex with a lot of working parts. Of course, without it, there’s no way for you to receive energy or survive. However, it also clears

Introduction to the Digestive System Part 3 – Intestines and Beyond – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

Introduction to the Digestive System Part 3 – Intestines and Beyond – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

So after the partially digested food known as chyme exits the stomach, it enters into the small intestine. The small intestine extends from the pylorus of the stomach all the way to the cecum, which is this little pouch at the beginning of the large intestine. So it’s this little

Science Trek: The Digestive System video short

STUDENT 1: “BOY, I’M HUNGRY.” STUDENT 2: “YEAH, ME, TOO. THE FOOD HERE SMELLS GREAT.” CARTAN-HANSEN: DID YOU KNOW YOUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM STARTS WORKING EVEN BEFORE YOU EAT? I’M HERE TO TELL YOU HOW YOUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM WORKS. STUDENT 1: “OKAY. MIND IF WE EAT?” CARTAN-HANSEN: GO RIGHT AHEAD. WHEN

Hookworms and the Myth of the “Lazy Southerner”

Hookworms and the Myth of the “Lazy Southerner”

Could a parasitic illness be the reason an entire population was thought of as lazy? That may in part be what rampant hookworm infections did to the rural poor in the American South for over a century. I’m Anna Rothschild and this is Gross Science. Human hookworms are nematodes that