Metaphysical Explanations of Specific Physical Aches, Pains and Sicknesses As many people in the spiritual world know, everything happens for a reason. It becomes a lot easier... As many people in the spiritual world know, everything happens for a reason. It becomes a lot easier to understand why things happen when we can see it from a metaphysical perspective. The following is a reference list for physical aches, pains, and illnesses, along with what your body is trying to tell you. HAIR (head) The Cell and its Organelles Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates The Cell and its Organelles Play the Incredible Megacell Game About the game An ultracentrifuge is used for separating the organelles in the cell according to their size, shape and density.
Schizophrenia Definition Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. People with schizophrenia may seem like they have lost touch with reality. Although schizophrenia is not as common as other mental disorders, the symptoms can be very disabling. Signs and Symptoms Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 11 Free Tools to Teach Human Anatomy in 3D The following are some good resources to help students explore the human body through interactive imaging, games, exercises and more. Build-a Body: This is a great website that allows students to build the human body using interactive elements system by system. Each system has descriptions and provides some facts about diseases. Students will only drag and drop the parts of body such as bones, organs,..ect.
Electrocardiogram Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates Electrocardiogram Play the ECG Game About the game ECG is used for diagnosing heart conditions by recording the small electric waves generated during heart activity. The Unwinding Documentary My name is Katie Brockway. Working as a Myofascial Therapist, I became fascinated by the process of something that we call "unwinding". It had helped me immensely but I struggled to explain it to my clients. I knew that I would have to show it to them for them to understand. The Illustrated Guide to Epigenetics Illustrations by Joe Kloc This month marks the ten-year anniversary of the sequencing of the human genome, that noble achievement underpinning the less noble sales of 23andMe's direct-to-consumer genetic tests. To commemorate the scientific occasion, we've created an illustrated introduction to one subfield of genetics likely to produce even more dubious novelty science projects someday: epigenetics. What is epigenetics? Human life begins as a single cell equipped with all of the genetic information—known as the genome—it will need to develop into a full-grown adult.
Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy - The University of Texas Medical School at Houston Welcome to Neuroscience Online, the Open-Access Neuroscience Electronic Textbook This online, interactive courseware for the study of neuroscience is provided by the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. The project is being developed under the direction of the Department Chair and Editor, John H.
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Habitual posture. Habitual emotion. Habitual thought. « olivier goetgeluck Observing people has always been one of my favorite pastimes. I enjoy setting myself down with a book in a local café, pretend that I’m reading and then take a look at how the bartender is stressing out over clients, how people are enjoying or disliking listening to the story of a friend, people fighting verbally in cycling traffic, awkward situations of people meeting an old friend they would rather avoid today, other observers realizing you’re also observing, all of that… I love it and every time it teaches me something. Recently, this fascination of observing people’s daily behavior has gotten a bit more specific through the stuff I’ve been reading and the teachers I’ve met formally and on the streets.