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VB News Desk: The Facts on the Fabella

Did you know that 39% of people have an extra bone in their knee called the fabella? The fabella is a small sesamoid bone that sits behind the ...
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Viva the Vagus! Five Facts About the Tenth Cranial Nerve

Has someone ever told you to “go with your gut,” or have you ever trusted a “gut feeling” without knowing why? Well, “gut feeling” is a more literal ...
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VB News Desk: Anatomy and Physiology in Space!

What does space travel have to do with anatomy and physiology? More than you might think. Just this April, a groundbreaking study investigating the ...
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Anatomy and Physiology: The Adventures of Super Spleen

You could say that the spleen has a special place in my heart (figuratively, of course). When I was in fifth grade, my classmates and I learned about ...
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How to Integrate Anatomy and Pathology Content Using Courseware

Today, I’m going to show you how to use Courseware to integrate content from across Visible Body’s suite of apps in a series of lessons about ...
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Anatomy and Physiology: The Terrific Tongue

Here’s something fun you can tell people at parties: the tongue isn’t a single muscle—it’s a muscular hydrostat. What’s a muscular hydrostat, you ...
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Meet the VB Team: The Masterminds of Medical Visualization

The biomedical visualization team at Visible Body creates highly visual and interactive 3D models and animations used by students in high school, ...
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The Wonderful Windpipe: Five Awesome Facts about the Trachea

Guess what? I know what you’re doing right this second. (And no, I don’t have psychic powers.) You’re breathing! Well, probably. You’re constantly ...
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Going to med school? The president of Northeastern University's American Medical Women's Association has some advice for you

Recently I had the opportunity to interview Kayla Meyer, a graduating senior at Northeastern University. She's a candidate for a Bachelor's of ...
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Wise Up! Three "Whys" of Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth may sound mystical, but all they are is the third set of molars (the large back teeth that grind up our food). They are the last set of ...
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