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Exploring the Human Body
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Exploring the Human Body

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Exploring the Human Body

The Encyclopedia of Human Body Systems is a clear and concise guide to the greatest wonder that ever was the human body. It provides a comprehensive study of the systems of the human body for the layman reader in all of us.
The book is filled with interesting little facts and trivia which can keep anyone engaged for a long period of time. For instance, did you know that there are 100,000 miles of myelinated nerve fibers in your brain or that the average human being sheds around 40 pounds of skin in a lifetime? Such facts coupled with interesting illustrations have been carefully edited and compiled in a single book for your ease by Julie McDowell.
Many features of the human body are so tough to understand that no plausible answers have been found to explain everything till date. Ligaments and lymphatic fluid, the heart and the hormone regulatory system, the respiratory and reproductory systems, all of this and much more comprise a very interesting system which is the human body. It contains myriad different and interesting features that are complex yet very efficient and work on their own. In fact for most of the organs, we, as human beings have no knowledge of their existence or working till we get ill or injured.
In this encyclopedia, Julie McDowell compiles facts which explain all the eleven systems of the human body in glorified detail. The circulatory, digestive, endocrine, integumentary, lymphatic, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, skeletal and urinary systems are all explained with the help of diagrams and illustrations.

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