2 Hours. According to the World Health Organization, nearly 600 million people worldwide fall ill after eating contaminated food and 420,000 die each year.
Base Of Tongue. During murder investigations, a fractured hyoid bone can indicate strangulation of the victim.
2. The amount of calories that a person burns walking depends upon their weight and the distance traveled over time.
23 Pairs. Some genetic diseases in humans are caused by having too few or too many chromosomes in a cell.
Kudzu. Kudzu and milk thistle have both shown properties which help recovering alcoholics.
Patella. The patella is commonly known as the "knee cap".
38 Calories. We can start losing up to a half a pound of muscle every year after age 25.
Dilatation. Dilatation is the act or process of expanding.
Hypocalcemia. The parathyroid glands regulate the blood calcium level.
Ovaries. The ovaries are female reproductive organs that produce eggs.
Fear Of Popes. Podophobia is the fear of feet.
Congenital. A common major birth defect is a congenital heart defect.
Intervals. Intervals involves using short bursts of increased speed or resistance mixed in with your normal pace.
Nose. The vomer bone is one of two unpaired bones that form the nasal septum.
3400. Forecasts suggest that healthcare robot shipments worldwide will increase to more than 10,500 per year by 2021.
Exercise. Regular exercise is important for health and fitness and helps control weight by balancing the calories taken in and expended.
Epidural. Epidural anesthesia is a popular means for pain relief during labor.
Stomach. The human stomach is a hollow, muscular digestive organ, located between the esophagus and small intestines.
Hypoxia. Hypoxia in which the body is totally deprived of oxygen is known as anoxia.
Fibrous. A fibrous fracture is when a mineral breaks into thin strands.