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Blood Percentage In Human Body
Plasma: The liquid part of blood, plasma, carries proteins around the body. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Does the human body naturally produce small LDL particles? Why or what are the functions of small LDL cholesterols in the human body?
LDL function.: LDL cholesterol does have a function in our bodies, so in some respects is necessary. The small dense LDL particles to which you refer, however, are more atherogenic than the other large buoyant LDL particles. Niacin supplementation can improve your LDL subtype, changing small dense LDL to large buoyant LDL. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There is a mixture of proteins, phospholipids, and cholesterol in the cellular membrane of red blood cells. This allows the red cells to maintain their flexibility so they can squeeze through small blood vessels. ...Read more
Blood, proteins: Hi. The circulatory system (i.e., blood) carries hormones around the body. Some hormones are bound to specific or not-specific proteins in the circulation. ...Read more
What is the ph level like outside of the human body? Does HIV usually died within seconds of leaving the body in trace amounts?
PH is irrelevant: It would help to know why you are concerned. HIV is never, ever caught by exposure to the virus in the environment. Asking if the virus survives in the environment -- regardless of pH, temperature, or anything else -- therefore is irrelevant, if your concern is possible exposure and infection. But to answer the question directly, HIV dies rapidly when blood or contaminated fluids dry out. ...Read more
The story that: Our bodies may develop genetic changes that if not checked could lead to overt cancer, but the surveillance role of the immune system, when working optimally, can identify and destroy. But i'd not endorse the idea that "every human" has viable cancer cells in their body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In nervous system: Rabies virus doesn't actually 'avoid' white blood cells, but when it is inside brain cells (having traveled to them from a bite site on the skin or in muscle) it can't be killed by white blood cells without also killing those cells. The main route the virus takes isn't by blood, it is by following up the nerve cell axons, where it isn't seen much by wbcs. In the brain it does get a WBC reaction. ...Read more
Kidneys don't move: The kidneys don't really move if you gain weight. However, they may seem deeper in the abdomen or flanks as more and more fatty tissue is layered on to the body. Also, there is a layer of natural or peri-renal fat that may enlarge as more and more weight is gained. ...Read more
What number of organ and other process in human body.it means total number of process are in human body ?
THERE ARE BOOKS-: -that answer that. essentially you need to memorize the Creb's Cycle. its all there, Google it! ...Read more
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