There are eight main pulse points in the human body. These pulse points are in the wrists, at the sides of the lower jaw, at the temples, on the side of the neck, on the inner biceps, behind the knee, in the groin and on... More »

Whether looking to help relieve pain or inflict it, pressures points exist throughout the human body, from the temples to the ankles and feet. For headaches, move your fingers in circles on the flat area on each side of ... More »

Food is needed by the human body for energy, to repair and build cells and to prevent sickness and heal from it. While it is possible to obtain nutrients in a scientifically controlled manner, common food is the most eff... More »

Detailed, interactive pictures of the human body can be found at sites such as InnerBody.com and HealthLine.com. Both of these sites allow users to view the body as a whole or click on specific parts or regions for a clo... More »

Facts about human anatomy and physiology include the tendency of the human body to work to ward off overheating, as well the reality of the damaging effects of excessive volume on human hearing. Also noteworthy is the bo... More »

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Unlike other parts of the human body, the ears and nose continue to grow for a person's entire life. This is because the nose and ears contain cartilage, which never stops growing. More »

Posters of the human body are found online and in some stores. Online options include AllPosters.com, Amazon.com, and Art.com. Flinn Scientific, Inc, a leading producer of science supplies, offers phone and catalog order... More »

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