Blood clotting or coagulation is a complex process that helps us survive when we're injured. Fibrin threads trap blood cells and stop blood loss.
The urinary system is the excretory system of the body. The nephron does all the work of the Urinary System. Find out how the nephron works.
Osteoblasts and osteoclasts control the production and disintegration of bone and the amount of calcium released from the bones into the bloodstream.
Hydrochloric acid is made in the stomach and is a helpful chemical. However, too much or too little acid or acid in the wrong place can cause problems.
Do you understand your blood results? Why do doctors need to know what's in your blood? Read this article to find out - in language you can understand.
Adrenaline or epinephrine is a hormone made by the adrenal gland. It plays an important role in the fight or flight response and in treating anaphylaxis.
Understanding the construction and general functions of the nervous system can assist in identifying the nervous system's role on human behavior.
ABO Blood System | What is the most common blood type? Find out the most common blood types in the ABO blood system.
Saliva is made by salivary glands and has important functions. The mouth may become dry due to insufficient saliva production and the glands may develop stones.
The respiratory system is an amazing and intricate network of tubes and sacs. Here are some surprising facts related to breathing, gas exchange and sneezing.