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Learn About The Heart With This Simple Anatomy Lesson

Kids can learn about the heart in this simple heart anatomy lesson that looks at the anatomy and function of this vital organ.

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When tai chi was combined with a standard depression treatment for a group of older people with depression, researchers found better improvement in the level of depression, as well as improved quality of life, better

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TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA

Trigeminal neuralgia is sudden, severe facial nerve pain. It's often referred as the "suicide disease" because of the significant numbers of people taking their own lives before effective treatments were discovered. Trigeminal Neuralgia has been known now for centuries. It is probably one of the worst kinds of pains known to man. An estimated one in 15,000 people suffers from trigeminal neuralgia, although numbers may be significantly higher due to frequent misdiagnoses. Trigeminal neuralgia…

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What Is Fear?

In my introduction to the blog, I noted that I planned to talk about the physiology of fear in this week’s entry. So what is fear? Fear, simply put, is a “reaction to a specific, observable danger.”1 Imagine that you are at work, sitting at your...

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Heart: how your heart pumps blood around your body - MyDr.com.au

See our diagram showing how your heart pumps blood to the organs and tissues of your body.

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Relational Organs and Possible Diseases

Cells make up tissues, these perform specific functions work together to form organs, these work together to be organ system. When cell tissues are gathered together it forms an organ and with many…

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Hamstrings Always Tight?

It’s an ailment that runners everywhere seem to battle on a non-stop basis: tight hamstrings. "Why are my hamstrings so tight?” we…