The human body is an amazing structure made up of many fascinating parts and systems. Learn about the human body and how its systems work together.
Getting a bloody nose is nasty and can be also be pretty scary if you can't stop it. So what's the fastest — and safest — way to get your nose to stop bleeding?
Proprioception refers to our ability to perceive our body's position and how we move through space. It's often considered our sixth sense because we do it without thinking about it.
Blue light glasses are super popular these days. But do they work the way marketers promise?
You probably remember the jingle from kindergarten...the shin bone's connected to the, wait, what bone is it?
The Golgi apparatus is the mail room of the cell, packaging up proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum and sending them to their final destinations.
Although the inability to picture things in your head would seem to be a hinderance, some experts say it's definitely not a creativity killer and actually can have some advantages.
A low oxygen level in your blood is a good indicator of a COVID-19 infection, but what exactly does that mean and how do doctors test for it?
We're all hearing the words 'antibody' and 'antibody testing' way more than we ever thought we would in the normal course of a day, so what exactly are we talking about?
Cytokine storm syndrome can turn a normally functioning immune system into an enemy more dangerous than the virus it's trying to dispatch.
Maybe you've never even thought about it when you've smelled — or emitted — a particularly odoriferous fart. But can that fart spread disease?
You almost never notice the way your own place smells. Why is that?
'Emma' is the hard-to-ignore embodiment of what years behind a desk could do to your body. She's hunched over, has bad skin and even varicose veins. Don't become Emma.
The cerebellum is the part of our brain that controls voluntary movements like posture, balance, coordination and speech.
The hypothalamus is a tiny area of your brain that keeps everything — hunger, thirst, sleep, energy, mood — in balance.
Sometimes referred to as the "cuddle hormone," oxytocin is released during sex and breastfeeding. But does it make you fall in love with someone or just bond you more with someone you already love?
Located in the temporal lobe, this tiny horseshoe-shaped organ plays a massive role in both the storage of long-term memories and the creation of new ones.
Homeostasis comes from the Greek words for "similar" and "steady" but this state of steadiness is anything but boring. In fact, it's what you want your body to be.
The amygdala is a small part of the human brain that most humans have probably never heard of.
A new study found that giving your feet a boost in the bathroom lessened constipation (and straining) significantly.
The groundbreaking innovation could mean major advances in treating people with diabetes and other vascular diseases.
It seems pretty safe to blow the old honker, doesn't it? Well, think again.
A group of scientists are trying to end the misleading claim that excessive sitting is just as bad for you as smoking.
Travelers commonly experience unusual bowel symptoms while traveling. Why is this, and what can we do about it?
The eye twitching that's driving you crazy — it's likely caused by nothing more than stress or fatigue. But you may need to see a doctor if you have other symptoms, too.
A large study found that people who had had their appendix removed early in life were significantly less likely to develop Parkinson's disease later on.