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VB News Desk: 4 Awesome Biomaterial Innovations

The material a medical device is made out of is central to its function. Some devices need to deliver drugs and then dissolve. Others need to be able to chemically interact with the body in a particular way. Sometimes a device needs to be able to ...
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Technology in Anatomy Education

Using 3D Anatomy Apps During Lecture: Teaching Tips for Courseware Users

Instructors, we have great news for you: the new web and site license version of Atlas 2020 is now part of Courseware! Your students will use it to ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Analyzing a Growing Healthcare Trend: What Is Telemedicine?

At the HLTH conference this past October, the Visible Body team noticed that telemedicine/telehealth has been steadily increasing in popularity over ...
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The 5 Coolest Medical Stories of 2019

It’s that time of year again, folks! 2020 is nearly upon us, so it’s time to review some of the coolest medical stories of this year. Get ready to be ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Differentiating Reality: The Difference between Augmented and Virtual Reality

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines reality as “the quality or state of being real” or as “something that is neither derivative nor dependent but ...
Pathology

Exploring Skeletal and Muscular System Pathologies with Physiology & Pathology

Ready to use Visible Body’s new app, Physiology & Pathology, to explore some more pathologies? Today, we’re going to focus on pathologies of the ...
Anatomy & Physiology

Energy & Metabolism Part 2: Cellular Respiration

In Part 1 of our Energy & Metabolism overview, we talked about the different types of nutrients your body needs and how it breaks them down into ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Inside the Cadaver Lab, Part 3: What it's like to take an anatomy lab course

Welcome back to our Inside the Cadaver Lab series, where we’ve been talking about all things cadaver lab! We’ve discussed the history of cadaver ...
News, Pathology

VB News Desk: The Double Danger of Measles

Here in the US, we’ve been hearing about measles outbreaks—and the importance of vaccinating children against measles—on the news for a while. Over ...
Anatomy & Physiology

Energy & Metabolism Part 1: Nutrients

Do you ever feel like you need more energy? Maybe you stayed up all night studying for exams, or you just finished an intense workout at the gym, or ...