Three. One half cup of corn has the same amount of calories as three cups of popcorn.
Wilhelm Wundt. Wundt is considered to have founded both experimental and cognitive psychology.
Isometric. Eccentric contraction of a muscle happens during its lengthening.
Eye. Of the two major photoreceptor cells in the eye, cones function better in bright light while rods function better in dim light.
Cervical Cancer. Women using IUDs for contraception may reduce their risk of getting cervical cancer by one-third according to a 2017 study.
About 7 Teaspoons. The Coca-Cola Company started putting its beverages in cans in the 1950s.
E. Vitamin E is one of 4 fat-soluble vitamins, the rest are water-soluble.
40%. Binge drinking is defined as more than 4 drinks at a time for women and five for men.
Sweat. Sweat contains no HIV, therefore you cannot get HIV by touching someone's unbroken skin.
Teeth. The soft tissue in the middle of a tooth is called the "pulp".
Earwax. Earwax protects the skin of the human ear canal.
Hammer Toe. "Hammer toe" is usually caused by wearing improperly-fitted shoes.
Cardiology. The Atkins Nutritional Approach, or Atkins Diet is low on carbs and high on proteins and fat.
John Cade. Lithium is considered to be the first medication effective in treating psychological disorders.
EKG. PVC's are irregular heartbeats.
Max Wertheimer. Although Wertheimer is credited for founding the movement, it was first introduced to contemporary society by Christian von Ehrenfels.
Grains. Millets are a small-seeded species of cereal crops or grains.
Protein. Macronutrients are the "big" nutrients, which include proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
World War I. An estimated one million reconstructive surgeries are performed annually.
Frontal Lobe. After the accident, Phineas lost his job and spent a year with P.T. Barnum's museum as a sideshow attraction.