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Body Systems

Body Systems & How They Work Together

Your body works similarly to a machine, with different systems that make up your body and allow it to run effectively. Like a mach...

10 Major Types of Diseases

More than 2,000 years ago, the Greek doctor Hippocrates began categorizing diseases in a scientific way. This practice continues ...

What Is an Effective Way for an Underweight Person to Gain Weight?

Though American culture idolizes thinness, you may feel self-conscious if you are naturally skinny or underweight as a result of i...

Fluid & Electrolyte Imbalance Issues

Every cell, tissue and organ in the human body is oriented toward maintaining a state of stability known as homeostasis. Part of h...

Difference Between Glycolysis & Aerobic Respiration

When your cells metabolize sugar to get energy, they start by using glycolysis, a pathway that breaks glucose molecules down into ...

What Are the Three Major Parts of the Cardiovascular System?

The human body has 11 major organ systems, each with specific functions and energy needs. The cardiovascular system, or CVS, serve...

How Does the Body Burn Fat?

Peruse a shelf at the grocery store and you'll see half a dozen items with prominent "fat-free" or "reduced fat...

What Are the Health Benefits of Playing Youth Sports?

Playing sports provides many health benefits for kids beyond simply developing hand-eye coordination and burning calories. Althoug...

Relationship Between Lymphocytes & Nutrition

Your immune system forms a barrier against infectious disease. Lymphocytes, a class of white blood cells, play a key role in recog...

The Level of Vitamin D Deficiency That Is Considered Severe

Vitamin D -- the sunshine vitamin -- has several complex forms and activities. It is not a true vitamin, as it can be made by the ...
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