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Category Archives: Interesting News From the World of A&P
The case study method of teaching applied to college science teaching, from The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science Source: Case Study Collection – National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
Stem cell study leads to potential new dementia treatment | Society | The Guardian.
The recent news about smoking was sensational: some people with damage to a prune-size slab of brain tissue called the insula were able to give up cigarettes instantly. via A Small Part of the Brain, and Its Profound Effects – … Continue reading
New Knee Ligament – NYTimes.com.
Two knee surgeons at University Hospitals Leuven have discovered a previously unknown ligament in the human knee. This ligament appears to play an important role in patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. via New ligament discovered in the human … Continue reading
Peanut butter sniff test confirms Alzheimers | Futurity. Contrary to the title of the article at the above link, this test does NOT confirm Alzheimers, but nonetheless it is a very interesting approach for finding possible signs of the disease … Continue reading
To help you learn the origins, insertions, and actions of muscles, I prepared a set of online flash cards that are specific for the muscles on your muscle handout.. This information will be tested on lecture exam #2 using multiple choice questions. I have … Continue reading
Anatomical Etymologies Below is a link to a list of entries from Tough Mother in a Turkish Saddle, a book on anatomical etymology currently being written by Dr. A. Carey Carpenter, Palomar College, San Marcos California. Please feel free to provide corrections or … Continue reading
Crimandos Skeleton Tutorials.
“For 50 years, the author cracked the knuckles of his left hand at least twice a day, leaving those on the right as a control. Thus, the knuckles on the left were cracked at least 36,500 times, while those on … Continue reading