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Finding your most heroic self: Leaving a legacy by Sheryl N. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Feb 2011 1:58pm Have you ever woke up and had something burning inside you that you know you are suppose to write or develop and yet you just do not have your mind around it yet? That’s me this morning. So I am being faithful to the urgency and seeing where my fingers are going to take me. First, I’ll set the stage. It was a series of unrelated events that ... Read on »
The Anatomy Student Guide To Endocrine System by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 1:15am by James R Has anyone not met somebody that won’t get moody at all? If something is going on with an person and we cannot explain it, we just say, oh they are being emotional. This does not just pop out from anywhere, it must come from someplace. That somewhere could very easily be the endocrine system. This system is accountable for very much ... Read on »
What is Optimal Anatomy? by Diane Whitacre Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 12:16pm Human anatomy is all about us. It is the branch of science concerned with the structure of the human body and all its parts. We are all living anatomy made up of bones, soft tissue, organs and body systems that circulate fluids, allow us to breathe, supply neural communication, digest our food and produce chemical messengers called hormones that ... Read on »
Understanding the Basics of Human Anatomy by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 Nov 2008 1:10am by James R When you first decided to learn the human anatomy there must be a reason.. Maybe you are training on becoming a Doctor or Nurse, or numerous other type of health aid professional. Actually various people choose to study it just out of individual sake. In Any Case you were likely guessing that you will be studying the different syst ... Read on »
My Naked Anatomy Models Have Tan Lines... by Anne Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:54pm Hey lovelies! Boy oh boy, am I wiped! Today was a killer of a day. I can't wait until the weekend! Unfortunately, I got to listen to a ton of people brag how they don't have friday classes, so their "weekend" has already started. Not fair! I've got 3 classes tomorrow. My harp teacher also wants to move my lessons to fridays. I said ... Read on »
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Virtual Human Anatomy For Medical Education by EyeDrD Posted Thu 12 Jan 2012 7:30am PEOPLE wear 3-D glasses for new movies like “The Adventures of Tintin.”But for medical school? A projection of a 3-D computer model of a human body The answer is yes at the  New York University School of Medicine , which is using 3-D technology to up ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 21 May 2010 7:04am Volume 10, Issue 25 May 21, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor By Martha A Simpson, DO: Q. I had a cold recently that traveled down into my chest. I went to the doctor and was told that I had bronchitis. My wife, however, argues that I must have pneumonia since I am coughing so much. Are bronchitis and pneumonia very differen ... Read on »
Part 3 Frau Koma’s Second Coming: Mass Murder, Autism and the Cult of Weaponized Genetics by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 12:00am Part 3, The Enlightened Rapture ( Read parts 2 and 1 here .) Those who promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell. ~Karl Raimund Popper  By Adriana Gamondes Autism, the fastest growing developmental disorder in the US, represents more than 7% of a $40 billion dollar psychopharmaceutical market fo ... Read on »
Understanding How The Human Circulatory System Works by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Dec 2008 12:33am by Xiong Zhe When you take a close look at theIf you take a see closer at the circulatory system, it will look like a big ball of wool that a kitty has gotten hold of, and made it into one big tangled mess. In Reality the circulatory system is credibly a lot easier to sort out then that fleece would be. Our general knowledge of the heart is ... Read on »