$22.5 Billion. Long-term drinking in excess can lead to pancreatitis.
Lower Extremity Injuries. Always warm up prior to strenuous exercise to prevent injuries.
Fifteen. The only land animals that are known to cry are humans and elephants.
Trachea. In vertebrates, the trachea is about as long as the neck.
Hans Eysenck. Eysneck endured criticism when he took money from a controversial eugenics organization, the Pioneer Fund.
Edward Jenner. Edward Jenner's idea for the smallpox vaccine was based on his observation that milkmaids who had had cowpox did not acquire smallpox.
Thiamine. A lack of thiamine can result in the disease called beriberi.
Calcium. Too little calcium in a diet can release calcitriol, which tells the body to store fat instead of burning it.
Seven Years. On average, American men live to 72 years of age, while American women live to 79.
Free Radicals. If antioxidants are unavailable or if free radical production becomes excessive, the body can't handle them and damage can occur.
Pupil. The pupil is a hole in the iris that allows light to pass through to the retina.
Lack Of Vitamin D. Vitamin D can be obtained from sun exposure.
Ambulatory. The average human child learns to walk at the age of 11 months.
77%. Only half of women in the WHO African region received satisfactory family planning care in 2016.
Autoimmune Disease. An autoimmune disease is a condition arising from an abnormal immune response to a normal body part.
Cardiac. Irregular heart rhythm, known as fibrillation, is a form of cardiac arrest.
Vitamin E. A high intake of vitamin E from food is associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Blast. Erythroblast is a small nucleated cell, found normally in the marrow of bones,
Cape Town, South Africa. Dr. Christian Bernard performed the operation in Cape Town, South Africa.
Leather Shoes. Stewed leather is a traditional dish in the Aceh region of Indonesia.