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What is HUMAN SOUL in MEDICAL Perception?Does MEDICINE/Science recognize existence of human soul.

Not clear: There is no clear scientific consensus about this, but many doctors and scientists DO, in fact, believe in a soul and in religion. ...Read more

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Do body builders use serostim (human growth hormone)?

Do body builders use serostim (human growth hormone)?

Serostim (human growth hormone): This is for HIV patients on chemotherapy & showing muscle wasting. Any other use is off-label & not advised. ...Read more

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Can the human body have aspergers?

Can the human body have aspergers?

Aspergers: Aspergers disorder is a brain function, it is not a disorder of the whole body. ...Read more

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What is the human genome project?

What is the human genome project?

The Human Genome: Project (HGP) was an international scientific research project with the goal of determining the sequence of chemical base pairs which make up human DNA, and of identifying and mapping all of the genes of the human genome from both a physical and functional standpoint. ...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 does lipone in our body parts mean?

Lipone?: clarify or give correct spelling. Do not know what you mean by lipone. ...Read more

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What sports naturally raise human growth hormone the most?

What sports naturally raise human growth hormone the most?

High intensity sport: A sprinter running the 400m will have an hgh spike greater than someone running 5k. Weightifters doing only a few rep max, will have greater increase in gh levels than someone doing many reps. It is absolutely conclusive as shown by a number of studies. ...Read more

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How many natural joints of the human body?

How many natural joints of the human body?

# of joints in H. bo: Based on the following gross, and very negotiable, rules: joints with little movement are ignored, e.g the sutures in the skull. anatomically different yet functionally co-dependent joints are taken as one, e.g the wrist and ankle are taken to be three joints on each side. individual variations are ignored and the most common variation chosen, e.g two 'floating' ribs. 170, if you include the ribs as well. Ignore the chest wall and you have 112. Skull: 3. Two temporomandibular and one occipito-cervical Spine: 24. From C1-2 to L5-S1. Ignorong the sacrum and coccyx. Pelvis:3. Two sacroiliac, one symphysis pubis. Forelimbs: 44. Twenty two on each side- sterno-clavicular, acromio-clavicular, scapulo-thoracic, shoulder, elbow, three in the wrist, fourteen in the hand. Hindlimb: 38. Nineteen on each side- hip, knee, three in the ankle complex, fourteen in the foot. Chest:68. Ten ribs with three each on each side- costo-transverse, costo-vertebral and costo-chondral. Two ribs on each side with two only. ...Read more

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Is sleep to the human body imporant?

Very: Without good regular sleep there will be a decrease performance and increased risk of getting sick. ...Read more

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Does the human body naturally produce nicotine?

No: This is a misconception. Nicotinic acid is Niacin / vitamin b3 and there are nicotinic synapses. ...Read more

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Where is pelvic bone located in human body?

Where is pelvic bone located in human body?

No such thing: There is no "pelvic" bone. The pelvis is made up of several bones and is at the base of your trunk. It holds your abdominal organs inside, houses the genitals, and articulates with the thighs and base of spine. Here is a picture link: http://reproductiveguides.Com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/trtertert.Jpg. ...Read more

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What makes food particles antigens in the human body?

What makes food particles antigens in the human body?

Food antigens: Antigens are substances, typically proteins, that are recognized by the immune system as foreign to the body. Typically, protective antibodies (igg, IgM or iga) are made to foreign proteins however, some times allergic antibodies (ige) are created. Not all persons have the genetic predisposition to make ige but about 1/3rd of the population is prone to this problem. ...Read more

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Is body dysmorphia genetic?

Is body dysmorphia genetic?

Good question.: Certain inherited conditions may predispose to body dysmorphism, but inheriting them doesn't ascertain the inheritance of that particular symptom. Body dysmorphism is a symptom rather than a sign of a disease. ...Read more

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Which is the largest endocrine gland in human body?

Which is the largest endocrine gland in human body?

Thyroid Gland: The thyroid gland is the largest purely endocrine gland. The Pancreas is larger, but is technically a heterocrine gland (exocrine and endocrine function). ...Read more

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If humans evolved from apes.Why human body is not as strong as apes or chimpanzees?How to make our bodies(bones and muscles) stronger?

If humans evolved from apes.Why human body is not as strong as apes or chimpanzees?How to make our bodies(bones and muscles) stronger?

Apes/chimps: Humans are not apes or chimps! Yes, they are strong but would have little to do with you. At your age I strongly recommend you go to a nearby training program. You will be pleasantly surprised and let many of your friends know how good and straightforward it is. ...Read more

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Does The Amount of HGH Human Growth Hormone correlate a Person Jaw Size and Cranial Capacity?

To a limited: extent. After puberty, growth hormone secreting tumors can lead to changes in jaw and head dimensions. This is called acromegaly. Why do you ask? Hopefully you're not taking growth hormone without a medical reason, as this is stupid and dangerous. ...Read more

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What's is the average human head shape?

What's is the average human head shape?

Not Triangular!: Somewhat round or oval. There are variations of course. Certain cultures will purposely deform the shape of the skulls of infants at an early age to achieve a different shape. But there are minor variations in skull shape that are still considered normal. Certain birth defects affect skull shape too. ...Read more

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At what age is the human body fully developed including brain?

At what age is the human body fully developed including brain?

Later than thought: Up until a decade ago it was thought that the brain fully develops by the early 20's. More recent research from england suggests that the prefrontal cortex continues to mature into the 30s and even 40s. The prefrontal cortex undergoes the longest period of development. It is an important area of the brain for high cognitive functions such as planning and decision-making. ...Read more