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An ectopic kidney is a birth defect in which a kidney is located below, above, or on the opposite side of its usual position. About one in 900 people has an ectopic kidney. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, Puns Jokes, Funny Puns, Need To Know, Did You Know, Science Fun, You Left

Your left kidney is higher up than your right kidney.

An ectopic kidney is a birth defect in which a kidney is located below, above, or on the opposite side of its usual position. About one in 900 people has an ectopic kidney. #Kidney #EctopicKidney #DidYouKnow #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #LincolnAmericanUniversity #MbbsInGuyana #MbbsInCaribbean

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You are taller in the morning than you are at night.

It is said that humans are taller in the morning when they wake up than later during the day. If true, this may be due to gravity compressing on the vertabrae (spine) in our backs as we stand up or sit down during the day. ... But when they are on earth again, gravity will gradually return them to their normal height. #DidYouKnow #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #MbbsInCaribbean #LincolnAmericanUniversity #Facts #MedicalFacts

The amount of blood vessels in a human adult would circle our planet four times, equaling miles. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, Blood Vessels, My Job, Pharmacy, Did You Know, Curriculum, The 100

There are more than 100,000 miles of blood vessels in your body.

The amount of blood vessels in a human adult would circle our planet four times, equaling 100,000 miles. #Blood #BloodVessels #Human #DidYouKnow #Facts #MedicalFacts #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #MbbsInCaribbean #MbbsInGuyana #LincolnAmeircanUniversity

People can live with one lung, just like they can live without a . keep all your organs if you can, here are others you can live without: Kidney: As you're probably aware, humans have two kidneys, but need only one to survive. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, Lungs, Did You Know, Curriculum, Medicine, Survival, Live

Every organ you have two of, you only need one of to survive.

People can live with one lung, just like they can live without a ... keep all your organs if you can, here are others you can live without: Kidney: As you're probably aware, humans have two kidneys, but need only one to survive. #Kidney #Lungs #Organs #Human #LincolnAmericanUniversity #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #MbbsInGuyana

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One quarter of your bones are in your feet.

One quarter of your body's bones are in your feet. Each normal foot has 33 joints, 26 bones, 19 muscles, and 107 ligaments. (Some people have 28 bones in each foot, and people born with extra toes, thanks to polydactylism, have even more.) #Bone #Body #Muscles #Human #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #MbbsInCaribbean #LinconAmericanUniversity

The small intestine is a long and narrow tube about 6 to 7 meters to 23 feet) long. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, Did You Know, Curriculum, Tube, Medicine, Med School, Resume

The small intestine is roughly 23 feet long.

The small intestine is a long and narrow tube about 6 to 7 meters (20 to 23 feet) long. #smallintestine #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #StudyMedicine #MbbsInCaribbean #LincolnAmericanUniversity

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When listening to music, your heartbeat will sync with the rhythm🎵

It usually gets louder and noisier. Researchers from Pavia University, Italy, in a study concluded that music with quicker tempos made people breathe faster which increased their heart rate and blood pressure. Whereas, on the contrary, slow and soft music brought opposite results.

Starving the mice caused the AgRP neurons to consume fats within their own structure, the study found. At the same time, certain fatty acids start to “mobilise” in the brain, causing more AgRP neurons to be produced and hunger signals to intensify. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, Neurons, Mice, Curriculum, Dog Food Recipes, Brain, Study

In cases of extreme starvation, the brain will begin to eat itself.🤯

Starving the mice caused the AgRP neurons to consume fats within their own structure, the study found. At the same time, certain fatty acids start to “mobilise” in the brain, causing more AgRP neurons to be produced and hunger signals to intensify. #Brain #Eat #Hunger #Neurons #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #MbbsInCaribbean #LincolnAmericanUniversity #MbbsInGuyana

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Your brain can survive for five to 10 minutes without oxygen.🤔

The brain can survive for up to about six minutes after the heart stops. The reason to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is that if CPR is started within six minutes of cardiac arrest, the brain may survive the lack of oxygen. After about six minutes without CPR, however, the brain begins to die. #Brain #Oxygen #MedicalFacts #Facts #MedFacts #Human #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #LincolnAmericanUniversity

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Astronauts can grow up to two inches taller in space.😯

Astronauts in space can grow up to 3 percent taller during the time spent living in microgravity, NASA scientists say. That means that a 6-foot-tall (1.8 meters) person could gain as many as 2 inches (5 centimeters) while in orbit. ... Once the astronauts return to Earth, their height returns to normal after a few months. #Nasa #Astronauts #MedicalFacts #Space #Facts #LincolnAmeircanUniversity #MbbsInAmerica #MbbsInUsa #ISRO

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When you blush, the inside of your stomach does too. 😊

When you blush, the lining of your stomach also turns red. And if your stomach is growling, it's digesting on empty. After receiving “begin digestion” signals from your brain, the muscles begin moving and mixing the digestive juices in stomach. That produces vibrations – more commonly known as those growling sounds.

Between birth and death, the human body goes from having 300 bones, to just Public DomainA quarter of your bones are in your feet – and, bonus, babies have 94 more bones than adults do. Hearts can beat outside of their bodies. Medical Facts, Medical News, Medical Science, Medical School, Biology Facts, Human Body Facts, Birth And Death, Did You Know, Curriculum

Between birth and death, the human body goes from having 300 bones, to just 206😯

Between birth and death, the human body goes from having 300 bones, to just 206. Public DomainA quarter of your bones are in your feet – and, bonus, babies have 94 more bones than adults do. 5. Hearts can beat outside of their bodies. #LincolnAmericanUniversity #Laumed #MedicalFacts #Facts #MedicalNews #MedFacts

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The cornea is the only part of the body with no blood supply – it gets oxygen directly from the air.

The cornea has unmyelinated nerve endings sensitive to touch, temperature and chemicals; a touch of the ... The cornea is the only part of a human body that has no blood supply; it gets oxygen directly through the air. ... the healthy cornea untouched; where the traditional procedure replaced the whole cornea in its entirety. #Laumed #LincolnAmericanUniversity #MedicalFacts #Facts #MedFacts #MedicalNews #News

Lincoln American University shares facts from medicine’s long and often shocking history – from the first general anesthetic to early caesareans and medicinal leeches. Medical Facts, Medical Science, Medical School, School Application, Going Back To School, Graduate School, Lincoln, Curriculum, Schools

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Lincoln American University shares facts from medicine’s long and often shocking history – from the first general anesthetic to early caesareans and medicinal leeches.

The heart does not need a brain, or a body for that matter, to keep beating. The heart has its own electrical system that causes it to beat and pump blood. Medical Facts, Medical News, Medical Science, Medical School, Human Body Facts, My Job, Pharmacy, Science Nature, Did You Know

Your Heart Can Continue Beating Outside Your Body | Lincoln American University

The heart does not need a brain, or a body for that matter, to keep beating. The heart has its own electrical system that causes it to beat and pump blood. #MedicalFacts #MedicalNews #LincolnAmericanUniversity #StudyMedicineInAmerica