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Parts of the Human Body

How to Teach Kids to Learn Body Parts

By the time your child reaches preschool age, she likely knows the main parts of the body, including hands, feet, ears, nose and e...

What Is Your Body Telling You When You Get Goose Bumps?

Goosebumps, also called the pilomotor reflex, are an involuntary response, meaning they happen without your thinking about it. Suc...

Differences Between Human Eye and Camera

The human eye is often compared with a camera. Both share similar functions, according to Kellogg Eye Center at the University of ...

The Good Things Goat's Milk Soap Does for the Skin

Goat's milk is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, and it is often consumed in place of cow’s milk in areas where ...

How to Boost Collagen Production & Firm Skin

A fibrous protein called collagen is responsible for keeping your skin taught and firm. As you age or expose yourself to environme...

Bad Effects of Tongue Rings

Although body piercings are a popular form of self-expression, they can have some adverse health effects. Oral piercings such as t...

The Muscles & Body Parts Needed to Kick a Football

Kicking a football -- either a round soccer ball, oval American or rugby ball -- uses a lot of muscles and joints. A successful ki...

Marijuana's Harmful Effects on the Mouth

About 8.1 million people in the United States use marijuana, also called cannabis, on a daily or almost daily basis, reports the 2...

Lactic Acid vs. Citric Acid

Lactic acid and citric acid are two small carbon-based molecules, both of which have acidic properties. While they're common in fo...

Overview of the Human Circulatory System

The circulatory system is an extensive body system that is composed of three main parts--the heart, blood and blood vessels--which...
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