Featured MedFriendly Entry: Cell
A cell is the smallest, most basic unit of life, that is capable of existing
by itself. Cells carry out the chemical processes that are necessary for
life to exist. They use energy and reproduce themselves. The bodies of
living organisms are made up of cells. Some organisms are made up of
only one cell. Human beings, on the other hand, are much more
complex and are made up of billions of cells...(Full article)
Featured Blog Entry: Why Exercise Isn't Enough for a Total Body Makeover
When you first learn to get back into shape, your personal trainer or
class will teach you what exercises to do. When you watch a fitness
DVD or read a book about fitness, this appears to be the main focus,
too. You will find yourself engaged in learning and practicing how to
perform each exercise properly.While the value of diet will be mentioned
by your trainers and fitness literature, it will almost seem peripheral.
After all, the idea of cooking a bland meal...(Full article)
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