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The Most Strange Human Facts

Here some weird facts about the human body you probably never knew.

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Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance

Prokaryotes and fungi are often in direct.

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Menopause May be an Unintended Outcome of Men’s Preference for Younger Mates

After decades of laboring under other theories that never seemed to add up, a team led by biologist Rama Singh has concluded that what causes menopause in women is men.

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Why Do Women Become Menopausal?

Recent research carried out in Canada seems to have come to the conclusion that, as men tend to choose younger mates, this has led older women to believe that reproduction is pointless and so become less fertile which, in turn, leads to the menopause. But is this true? I suspect not.

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Metameric Segmentation

Another evolutionary advance which took place amongst the coelomates was metameric segmentation. This is the division of the body transversely into a number of similar parts or segments. Thus a series of similar segments occurs along the length of the body. It originates in the mesoderm but usually affects mesodermal and ectodermal regions of the body.

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Heart – The Body’s Power Plant

The animal affection is an agency that is comprised of muscles. Simply defined, the affection is a pump which shuttles comestible and hormone abounding claret to all portions of the body.

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Uk Medical Chief Says Antibiotic Apocalypse is Near

UK medical chief says antibiotic apocalypse is near.

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The Astonishing Complexity of The EYE

Full eye contact with others is something that people tend to avoid, because it seems too intensely personal for comfort. Perhaps it is the deep-rooted belief that the eyes are ‘mirrors to the soul’.

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If You Believe in Flu Shots, You Believe in Evolution

Evolution, right in front of you.

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Life Extension Research

In theory at least, there’s no reason why the human body couldn’t last for far longer than it does now, if it weren’t for lifestyles we now lead, or the spanner that evolution threw into the works, around one and a half billion years ago.

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