To live a healthy life, it is necessary that your digestive system is healthy. Due to some habbits like eating processed foods, artificial sweeteners and having an unhealthy life, you may have gut related problems. Today we’re going to know, • How can you keep your digestive system healthy. •
As I told you before, the bone marrow has a stem cell Those stem cells change to RBCs, platelets, and WBCs The WBCs have two types: non-granular and granular The granular WBCs are: eosinophils, basophils, neutrophils As I explained, eosinophils have red granules basophils have blue granules and neutrophils have
Captions are on! Click “CC” at bottom right to turn off. Follow the amoebas on Twitter (@amoebasisters) + Facebook! Have you ever heard the phrase, “I know this like I know the back of my hand!” Well it may make you question…do you really know the back of your hand?
Come take a journey with me inside the human body Come take a journey with me inside the human body Who knows what we will learn about our anatomy Here’s a quick look at the systems we’ll see in our voyage we will learn about biology I’m a cell You’re
Hello everybody, welcome to the third module, On stress psychophysiology in today’s session we shall discuss the effect of stress on the immune system. So we are going to study what is the immune system, how the stress affects the immune system, and what are the management strategies. That is
How Diabetes Affects The Digestive System With an increase of glucose in the blood, our digestive systems can experience problems with absorbing necessary nutrients. Diabetes is currently one of the most common health conditions. This illness arises when the body is not capable of producing insulin, something that usually helps
Tiny germs of cholera spread through the river Too small to see yet so dangerous. Flies carry the cholera yet on their feet. Unwashed hands spread it too. We swallowed the cholera germs on our water, on our food and on our fingers. Just one look and the nurse knew
Hi. Markerbuoy with you once again, out in the woods on a beautiful November day. Twenty years ago when we first arrived in this spot, one of the first questions that most people would ask was “What do you do for water?” Come along with me, and I’ll show you