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Here are some fun biology resources to watch post-test, or while taking a break from studying - enjoy!
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A feature article from Science News on how gut bacteria may affect mood, mental illness, stress levels and more.
The Big Slide by
This eBook provides an entertaining and informative look at the anatomy and functions of the digestive system, including interesting historical facts and trivia. It answers questions like "Which old-fashioned cure included boiling earthworms in oil?" and "What is a gorilla telling you when she sticks out her tongue?"
Read in Print
"A New York Times Bestseller. A cheeky up-close and personal guide to the secrets and science of our digestive system For too long, the gut has been the body's most ignored and least appreciated organ, but it turns out that it's responsible for more than just dirty work: our gut is at the core of who we are. "
Part of the BBC series Don't Die Young, this episode investigates disorders related to bones, muscles and joints - the basis of over half of all reported pain. Bones, Muscles and Joints explores acupuncture, what a slipped disc looks like, back pain and other topics by introducing viewers to patients and experts in the field.
Presented by The Great Courses, this short, fascinating film gives an overview on how stress affects the body, and focuses on the heart.