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: Knee Health Tips for Hikers
While knee pain is more common among athletes, dancers, and runners,
hikers are no stranger to common overuse injuries associated with the
knee either. Consciously taking care of your knees early on, especially if
you are an avid hiker, will lower the risk of musculoskeletal problems later
in life and improve your body’s ability to scale more challenging terrain. It
will also lessen knee problems once old age kicks in, or when your body's
muscles, ligaments, and joints work less efficiently...(Full article).
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