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Digestion's Cutest Heroes: A Dive Into the Intestinal Villi

Look how cute these little guys are! They may be teeny but they are mighty! Your intestines are full of tiny villi and even tinier microvilli. These ...
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Making Anatomy & Physiology Fun: Some Studying Tips for Students

Here at Visible Body, our goal is to provide apps to students that allow them to better understand human anatomy and physiology with stunning visuals ...
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VB News Desk: Why Vaping Could Be More Dangerous Than You Think

This article was updated September 20, 2019. Today, it’s considered pretty common knowledge that smoking is hazardous to your health, leading to ...
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How Interactive Technology Helps Students Succeed: A Webinar With Prof. Cindy Harley

Cindy Harley is an Associate Professor at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. You might remember her from this interview last ...
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VB News Desk: A Hip New Exosuit for Walking and Running

We love cool medical technology here at Visible Body, so it’s no surprise that a story about an exosuit that can make both walking and running easier ...
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Investigating Renal Anatomy with Human Anatomy Atlas 2020

By now I'm sure you've heard the amazing news: Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 has made its debut! Along with the awesome pulmonary and thoracic structures ...
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VB News Desk: What Is Ebola?

If you’ve been keeping up with recent global medical news, you may have noticed that Ebola has been making a comeback over the past couple of months. ...
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The Deadly Dozen Part II: The Hidden Six

Aaaand we're back! Last time, I introduced you to the first half of The Deadly Dozen, a list of 12 life-threatening thoracic trauma conditions. Today ...
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The Deadly Dozen: The 12 Most Foreboding Chest Injuries Part I

"The Deadly Dozen," boy, does that sound ominous! Who knew that life-threatening thoracic trauma conditions could have such a sinister yet snazzy ...
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VB News Desk: Skin Cancer and FDA Sunscreen Regulations

In recent years, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has developed a clearer understanding of the effects of the sun and the skin’s absorption ...
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