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Human body rap. This rap is great for students because it explains the circulatory system in a fun way. There is lyrics on the screen so that students can join in a sing as well!

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Secondhand Smoke Linked to Hearing Loss

The Ear: Organs of Hearing and Balance Anatomical Chart

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The Meaning of Death: How do we know someone is no longer alive?

The hearts magnetic field is 5000 times stronger than the brain magnetic field and is directly connected with the magnetic field of mother earth

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Free Anatomy Notebooking Sets

Circulatory System Notebooking Pages - link also contains other anatomy notebooking pages

Aural History | The Scientist Magazine® PITCH PERFECT: The hearing organs of amniotes are organized tonotopically, with hair cells sensitive to high frequencies at the basal end of the papilla, grading into low-frequency hair cells at the apical end

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Inner Ear 'Rock Slides' Lead To Vertigo

ve you ever heard of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), or know someone suffering from it? BPPV, a form of vertigo, is thought to cause dizziness from debris that builds up in the inner ear (utricle). This debris is referred to by some as “ear rocks” or otoconia.

The science behind hearing loss The cochlea in our inner ear contains 15,000 tiny, hair-like structures called “stereocilia”, or hair cells. There are two types: auditory and vestibular, responsible for hearing and balance respectively. Auditory hair cells function by bending in response to sound, and their movements are transmitted as electrical signals to the brain, which interprets them as sound. When these hair cells are damaged or killed, it can cause permanent hearing loss—and although…

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Genome entrepreneurs say their data will help you live longer

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Gecko Picture – Animal Wallpaper - National Geographic Photo of the Day

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Dad rebuts Nora Treat on god being taken out of schools.

Dad rebuts Nora Treat on god being taken out of schools. (I just love Dad!)

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How the Beetle Got His Handles

A new genus and species of flightless, microphthalmic Corythoderini (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae) from Cambodia, associated with Macrotermes termites.