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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 ...
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Physiology & Pathology: 5 Common Gastrointestinal Conditions

If you just can’t get enough of our Physiology & Pathology sneak-previews, you’re in luck! Today, we’re going to be using Visible Body’s newest app ...
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Physiology & Pathology: Four Common Cardiovascular Conditions

A properly-functioning heart is really important when it comes to staying alive. This muscular organ works 24/7 to pump blood out to the furthest ...
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Exploring Lung Pathologies with Physiology & Pathology

Visible Body’s newest app, Physiology & Pathology, features illustrations, animations, and 3D models covering a wide range of common pathologies of ...
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Exploring Kidney Pathologies with Physiology & Pathology

Visible Body’s newest app, Physiology & Pathology, features illustrations, animations, and 3D models covering a wide range of common pathologies of ...
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The Precious Pancreas: Insulin, Glucagon, and Digestive Juices

Located behind the stomach and at the back of the abdomen is the six-inch-long, tadpole-shaped pancreas. From head to tail, the pancreas extends ...
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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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Five Breast Cancer Facts

Today, we’re going to talk about breast cancer, one of the most common cancers diagnosed in women. Cancer happens when cells in the body replicate ...
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When Your Spine Feels Less Than Fine: Common Spinal Pathologies

As much as we would all prefer to stay young forever, we’re only human...and our human bodies age. Our bones, tendons, joints, and ligaments ...
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