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VB News Desk: The Limits of Human Endurance

A new study published this month in Science Advances revealed the limit of human endurance and attributes it to the constraints of the human ...
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EMT School and Certification: Using Human Anatomy Atlas to Learn and Study

Hey anatomy aficionados, you might remember me from my Surviving College as a Pre-Med blog post, but if you’re new here, I’m Madison, Visible Body’s ...
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VB News Desk: Advances in Diagnosing Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

CTE — or chronic traumatic encephalopathy — is a neurodegenerative disease that occurs as a result of repeated head trauma. Concussions can play a ...
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Constantly Learning: How Med Students Use 3D Technology to Study Anytime, Anywhere

“I was sitting at a coffee shop in Harvard Square and needed to transfer my Human Anatomy Atlas app from an old Surface Pro to a new one. The ...
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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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