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Three Main Parts Of The Human Body
Skin and retina: Malignant melanomas most commonly develop in the skin as the cell of origin, the melanocytes, are most numerous in the skin. However, there are also some cases of retinal melanomas. These are only detected by routine eye exams. This is why, in addition to routine skin checks, we also encourage sunglasses and yearly eye checks. ...Read more
Urology: Urologists. But at sixteen you should start with a good family physician always. You would never start with a urologist without labs, and a medical history from a family doctor. ...Read more
We know that HIV virus sleeps in humans body for 10 years if it inserts into a human body what is the primary symptom how a people can immediatelyknow?
Have a blood test: It is true that it can take 10 years or even more for HIV to cause serious health problems. However, the blood tests for HIV are accurate much sooner. Depending on the particular test or combination of tests, HIV can be accurately diagnosed as soon as 10-12 days after infection and always within 3 months. If you think you may have been exposed, get tested. ...Read more
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
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
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
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
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 don't waste your $ fighting fake toxins! ...Read more
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
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
Mostly by mouth: Sometimes by bullet or through skin (regular gasoline) Rarely it is inhaled. ...Read more
I haven't seen: Them all. I have watched some shows which seemed accurate. ...Read more
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
Toxins: Vomit, diarrhea, break down and antibodies is my guess. Please read your textbook. ...Read more
Herbs: Several, depending on the type of illness. Usually, antioxidants are my favorite, to boost your immune system. ...Read more
What is the acceptable alluminum content in a human body and what are symtims of excessive alliminum?
Unreliable: Aluminum is stored mostly in bone, and doesn't circulate much in blood; aluminum levels are notoriously unreliable. If your doctor has a concern for this, he can order a Deferoxamine infusion test, and interpret to see (it is not as simple as a simple high/low value). Aluminum toxicity classically results in an anemia picture due to its effect on blood cell generation. ...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
Strange question.: Depends what you mean by cavity. There dental caries or cavities caused by bacteria in the mouth. One could have none or many over a lifetime. There are body cavities or spaces that can contain organs to air. Cavity in skull holds your brain. Need clarification. Thanks. ...Read more
I would recommend that you eat foods that are rich in iron.
Foods rich in iron include:
Dark green leafy vegetables, such as spinach.
Dried fruit, such as raisins and apricots.
Iron-fortified cereals, breads and pastas. ...Read more
Good for you!: On the contrary, pomegranates are not only tasty, but actually quite healthy, particularly if you eat the seeds and all, which contain quite a bit of dietary fiber. Despite a lot of hype on the Internet, however, other claims for health benefits from pomegranates are not proven. However, they are tasty and within reasonable amounts, are good for you too. Enjoy! ...Read more
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Unknown. No cure: The spondyloarthropathies are a group of diseases characterized by joint inflammation primarily of the back and a variety of other tissues. There is no cure. Symptoms are treated based upon severity and progression. Some patients will get better without any intervention while others progress to ankylosing spondylitis. ...Read more