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Saliva and the salivary glands

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Every day we produce between 0.5 to 1.5 litres of saliva. 💦 That equates to about 23,659 litres in a lifetime – enough to fill 2 swimming pools! 🏊 So why do we produce so much saliva? READ POST

What happens to the cells during cancer

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When healthy cells become cancerous, they typically acquire what are known as the six main hallmarks of cancer. These are biological capabilities that allow cancer cells to survive and spread.READ POST

Causes of vision imparement

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Vision impairment is the inability of the eyes to function adequately as a unit. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a visually impaired person’s eyesight cannot be corrected to a ‘normal level.’ READ POST

Rotator cuff tear: The Facts

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Often rotator cuff injuries are associated with professional athletes, such as pitchers⚾️ and tennis players🎾. However, a majority of patients are those ages 50 and over.READ POST

Brain-computer interfaces

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A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that provides a communication pathway between the central nervous system (CNS) and an external device. READ POST

Blood supply to the lungs

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Most biochemical reactions in the body either generate energy or require energy to progress. Cellular organelles and tissues need oxygen to ensure these reactions proceed with ease. READ POST

Dive right into Complete Anatomy 2021

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Get ready to transform your learning with the world’s most advanced 3D anatomy platform. From the most detailed 3D models to expert-led learning content, PLUS our brand new Radiology feature, we’re sure to have you covered from the classroom right through to the clinic.READ POST

Loss of smell and COVID-19: explained

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Hyposmia (a decreased ability to smell) or anosmia (an inability to smell), are very common conditions. However, the prevalence of these conditions has increased significantly since the outbreak of COVID-19. READ POST