Healthy Lifestyle Blogzine - Part 19

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Human Anatomy – Rotator Cuff

A rotator cuff is a set of muscles and tendons in the shoulder that connects the humerus (upper arm bone) with the scapula (shoulder blade). It allows the shoulder to rotate by securely holding...

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Human Anatomy – Blood

Circulating throughout the body is the life-sustaining red liquid known only as blood. Oxygen and nutrients are ferried to all the cells in the body via the blood, which in turn carries away carbon...

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Human Anatomy – Trachea

Also known as the windpipe, the trachea is the airway connecting the lungs with the nose and mouth. It is made up of around 20 C-shaped rings of cartilage, linked to each other by...

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Human Anatomy – Ears

Ears give you the sense of hearing. An ear is comprised of three sections, namely the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. People can see the outer ear, also known as the pinna...

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Human Anatomy – Eyes

Like a camera, the eye gathers light, focuses it, and then transmits it through a lens to build a picture of its environment. In other words, the eye gives you the sense of sight....

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Human Anatomy – Lungs

No human being could survive without breathing air. To be able to do that, everyone is equipped from birth with two organs known as the lungs. Air travels to each lungs through the trachea...

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Human Anatomy – Thyroid

Shaped like a butterfly, the thyroid gland secretes some of the body’s most important hormones. The thyroid hormones have an assortment of functions, which include no less than controlling the body’s temperature, maintaining growth...

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Human Anatomy – Skin

Covering 20 sq. feet of the body, the skin is the largest of the organs. It encases everything inside the body, and protects them from the elements. It also regulates the temperature of the...

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Human Anatomy – Heart

Your heart is the most important muscle in the body. The center of the circulatory or cardiovascular system, the heart delivers nourishing blood wherever it is needed, via a network of veins and arteries....