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How fast can my body reachs the right weight? I'm 30 years old male and i'm very skinny.... . How long or how much can human body gain weekly?

How fast can my body reachs the right weight? I'm 30 years old male and i'm very skinny.... . How long or how much can human body gain weekly?

Low body weight: Body weight is related to intake of calories or burning calories. What should be your ideal body weight? Get your good hx and exam. Eat balanced food and check with your dr. ...Read more

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How long does a drop of HIV blood survives before its dead outside of the human body.

Not very long: People often ask this question because of concerns if they pick up or prick themselves on a dirty needle. HIV does not survive well outside the body. Once the liquid (blood, semen, vaginal fluid, etc.) it is in has dried, the virus is dead and not transmissible. So an old dirty needle, if dry, cannot transmit HIV. Other viruses such as hep b and hep c are much hardier and can survive longer. ...Read more

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What benefits does 500mg of cinnamon have on the human body... Just found out the weight loss is a myth... Need 2 know i didn't waist my money.

What benefits does 500mg of cinnamon have on the human body... Just found out the weight loss is a myth... Need 2 know i didn't waist my money.

Many good benefits: Cinnamon might be best known for significantly lowering blood sugar and can reduce it 18-29%, but is also a potent anti-oxidant, good anti-inflammatory and lowers cholesterol 12-26%. It is also a broad-spectrum anti-microbial. For more information see http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=foodspice;dbid=68. ...Read more

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How much does the human body contain water?

About 60%: There is variability based on age and fat content/lean body mass, but the human body is made up of about 60% water. ...Read more

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How much is the lifespan of the HIV virus outside the human body?

How much is the lifespan of the HIV virus outside the human body?

Very brief: This virus is very susceptible to physical elements, particularly drying, heat, cold, etc. It may survive slightly longer when present in warm wet material like semen or vaginal secretions, and particularly in blood. As soon as these dry the organism will die quickly. ...Read more

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How much potassium would it take to have an overdose in the human body?

How much potassium would it take to have an overdose in the human body?

High Potassium: The answer depends on one's kidney function and how quickly the potassium (k) increases. People with chronic kidney disease (ckd) have higher k levels than those without it and would be expected to tolerate them better than those without ckd. In patients with normal kidney function, a rapid increase over a few hours of k can cause lethal complications. Check with your doctor for more information. ...Read more

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How much water does the average human body need per day in tropics?

How much water does the average human body need per day in tropics?

Water need: Water makes up more than 60 percent of body weight. Suggest that six to eight glasses of water daily is generally the daily requirement cited by experts. You may not need that much but in the tropics where sweating significantly i would try to get more water. It also will vary depending on the climate be it arid or humid. Studies have shown that our cognitive function improves when hydrated. ...Read more

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Please help, how much is the lifespan of HIV virus outside the human body?

Please help, how much is the lifespan of HIV virus outside the human body?

Wimpy virus: Very short. It can travel on shared needles, but ordinary household contacts of HIV positive people, even with huge loads, don't get infected. ...Read more

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How is the human body a system?

How is the human body a system?

It's a system: ..because in integrates and manages all the subsets of systems that maintain your physical health. None of your vital organs could work properly if they weren't organized and able to communicate with with all of the others. Interesting question tho. Hope this helps. Dr. Anne. ...Read more

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᤾what is the pH of the human body?

Blood pH: Normal arterial blood ph is 7.40, with a range of about 7.36-7.44. Blood ph depends on carbon dioxide (co2) concentration and bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) (hco3) concentration. Because there is more co2 in venous blood, ph of venous blood is slightly lower, around 7.38. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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How to increase stamina of human body?

How to increase stamina of human body?

Work at It, Exercise: People love easy answers (which do not exist) for many things (exception: look up “exercise in a pill” research); marketers routinely use this to sell bogus stuff. Military boot camp all about building endurance (plus team spirit & compliance with orders). Second, eat as healthy as you can, most evidence: natural fats, moderate protein, very low sugar, no proc. Carbs. Study: attia, taubes, lustig. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how lead enter the human body?

Can you tell me how lead enter the human body?

Lead in body: Breath it as in leaded gas. Or eat it as in lead paint chips or drink it as in Detroit water. ...Read more

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What are the 4 kinds of tissue in the human body?

What are the 4 kinds of tissue in the human body?

Tissues Types: Although there are many types of cells in the human body, they are organized into four broad categories of tissues: epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous.https://opentextbc.ca/anatomyandphysiology/chapter/4-1-types-of-tissues/ ...Read more

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Which toxins frequently build up in the human body?

Which toxins frequently build up in the human body?

What toxins?: Many people use the vague term "toxins" to scare u and drive u to buy their product. While there are toxic byproducts of metabloism, urea, carbon dioxide etc that your body needs to clear, it does this already (excellently) using you liver, lungs and kidneys. Most other "toxins" are imaginary. Eat healthy, drink plenty of fluids, exercise etc and dont waste your $ fighting fake toxins! ...Read more

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What are the effects of filoviruses on the human body?

What are the effects of filoviruses on the human body?

Hemorrhagic fever: Good question. Filoviruses are a group of viruses, some of them can cause hemorrhagic fever in primates and humans, examples are the genus Ebolavirus which has several species causing Ebola, & the Marburgvirus genus (rarer), with only two species of concern. For a good discussion of the subject see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filoviridae with links to both Ebola and Marburg types. ...Read more

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At what age does everything in the HUMAN BODY STOP Growing ?

Growth: Growth is a continuous processing takes place over the lifetime of an individual. However much of skeletal growth is completed by the age of 21 years. ...Read more

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Can someone explain to me how come the human body so amazingly resilient?

Can someone explain to me how come the human body so amazingly resilient?

Yes and No.: The human body is pretty resilient and can right itself even when pushed far from equilibrium. However, it can be brought down by something as simple as the Ebola virus, a bullet, a fall, a small dose of any number of toxins, or exposure to the elements overnight. Body resilient: death inevitable. ...Read more