Factors that affect pulse rate
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Pulse rate is the palpable feeling over an artery and represents the rate at which the heart is beating. To be more specific, the pulse rate would closely correlate with time of systolic contraction that takes place in the heart and is the pressure wave...
Factors that influence brain development
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Brain development is one key aspect looked at by all of us in our children although we don’t pay much attention to our own developments. But, as parents, there are few things we should know in order to optimize brain development of our children...
Differences between red and yellow bone marrow
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Bone marrow is an integral part in the life of a human being and it functions as the stemming up region for many of the blood cells including the red blood cells which carry oxygen from lungs to the other tissues. Furthermore, as it involves...
The different types of human skeletal joints
By: John Louie Ramos
The human skeletal system is a bodily system that functions as a framework which gives proper shape and protection to both the external and internal parts of the human body. The human skeletal system has six major functions in human anatomy including functions of support...
Factors that affect venous return
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Venous return is the term that we used to describe ‘returning back of the blood into the right atrium via the venous system. Being a more passive type of activity than the much forceful cardiac ejection of arterial blood, it depends on several other...
Minerals essential to bone structure
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Bones are the structures which keep our self together and its consistency would be vital in supporting the everyday functionality that we enjoy. Although it starts as any other soft tissue mass, the bones would actually be formed when they begin ossifying or else following...
Muscles attached to the human clavicle
By: Michael Smoker
The human clavicle, or collarbone, has six muscles directly attached to it. At the front top are attached the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles. At the bottom front and back are attached the deltoid and pectoralis major. To the inside is the subclavius. At the inside...
The causes of bad breath
By: Pocholo Nebres
Bad Breath It’s as simple as that. Breath that is bad. Foul smelling, unpleasant, rancid - just unimaginable scents emanate from the mouth person. From a scientific standpoint, bad breath is called ‘halitosis.’ By definition, halitosis is a medical condition manifested by...
Introduction to the human muscular system
By: John Louie Ramos
Composed of more than 600 muscles, the human muscular system is an anatomical system that enables flexibility in movement and bodily function. Most muscles of the system are controlled by the nervous system which transmits various signals in different parts of the body including muscles...
The science behind a baby's eye color
By: Unwirklich VinZant
It's normal for parents to dream and imagine what their new baby may look like. One trait that often gets a great deal of pondering is the tint of the windows to the soul, eye color. While it may be impossible to determine what color...

 

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