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Eyes are one of the most overworked organs. We depend on our eyesight daily and often don't realize how much until something goes wrong. Vision impairments can be the result of heredity or trauma to the eye. Routine eye exams can detect and help prevent further loss of vision. The most common ...
This program looks at how our bodies acquire and process energy for everyday life. Explore two different physiological systems that work together in order to keep our bodies running efficiently. Students will learn how our respiratory system processes oxygen and how oxygen is used ...
The face is our window to the world. Organs of the mouth take in food, start the digestive process and protect us from various hazards. The face is also used to communicate through expressions and other non-verbal signals that give people information about us. This program describes the ...
Plasma and red blood cells transport essential nutrients through the circulatory system, while different types of blood cells fight off bacteria and viruses to help keep us healthy. This program explores the composition of blood and looks at the heart and circulatory system. It ...
We can remember the smell of an apple or a math formula. All these memories are stored in the three-pound organ inside our skull called the brain. This program looks at how memories are made - how we remember things and how the human brain makes sense of all the information ...
Scientists and engineers have made great strides in recent years with prosthetics and orthotics. In this program we discuss how designers are striving to simulate the anatomy and physiology of missing limbs. Though some prosthetics are simple and minimally functional, others are ...
No organism lives forever. The length of time animals and humans live is influenced by their genes. Scientists have made astonishing discoveries concerning the role of genetics in determining life span and this holds promise of extending the lives of animals and humans. This program ...
In the next hundred years, medicine will change dramatically because of advances in technology and science. The new millennium is expected to bring in an age of less suffering, better health and longer life. Some scientists are predicting cures for cancer, heart disease and other ...
The relationship between our skeletal and muscular systems allows our body to stand and move. This program looks at the human body in motion. It explains the composition of our muscles and bones and it illustrates how they interact to create movement. Discover how researchers use this ...
There are over 42 million people worldwide who suffer from total or partial loss of vision and are defined as being blind. This program explains how the human eye works, examines some of the major causes of blindness and shows how medical science and technology are helping people with ...

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