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Posted by bio_man   April 1, 2019   1931 views

"The eye muscles are the most active muscles in the whole body. The external muscles that move the eyes are the strongest muscles in the human body for the job they have to do. They are 100 times more powerful than they need to be."

Eye fact anatomy muscles poster did you know?
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Posted by bio_man   March 31, 2019   1909 views

Try imagining for a second how it'd feel to lose your eyesight. It's almost unimaginable because your vision is perhaps the most valuable tool for survival. This is why we need to constantly protect our eyes and learn what could potentially ail them. Below is a list of five common illnesses that plague the precious eyes of people around the globe.


Glaucoma is damage to the optic nerve, often caused by elevated intraocular pressure. It results from excessive production of aqueous humor or diminished ocular fluid outflow. Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness, secondary to optic nerve damage.

As of yet, there is no cure. Everyone is at risk, and there may be no warning signs. It is six to eight times more common in African Americans [ ... ]

Health Eye Glaucoma Astigmatism Blindness Cataract Pink eye Myopia
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Very good information to know
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Posted by bio_man   March 28, 2019   420 views
1. Each year in the United States, there are approximately six million pregnancies. This means that at any one time, about 4% of women in the United States are pregnant.

2. About 3% of all pregnant women will give birth to twins, which is an increase in rate of nearly 60% since the early 1980s.

3. Approximately 500,000 babies are born each year in the United States to teenage mothers.

4. The largest baby ever born weighed more than 23 pounds but died just 11 hours after his birth in 1879. The largest surviving baby was born in October 2009 in Sumatra, Indonesia, and weighed an astounding 19.2 pounds at birth.

5. Approximately one in three babies in the United States is now delivered by cesarean section. The number of cesarean sections in the Un [ ... ]

Pregnancy Babies Factoids
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Bonus: According to research, pregnant women tend to eat more if carrying a baby boy. Male fetuses may secrete a chemical that stimulates their mothers to step up her energy intake.
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Posted by bio_man   February 20, 2019   830 views

There are two measurement systems used in the world today: the imperial system (also known as the English system) and the metric system.

The imperial system was developed in England hundreds of years ago and was brought to the the United States by the colonists. The metric system is the accepted measurement system used in most countries of the world. It is a system based on multiples of 10. The metric system was developed in France around 1790 and has been revised several times. Its official name today is the International System of Units or SI Units for short.

Both systems have come a long way since their conception. Here are some noteworthy facts about both, which may have been "lost" in history, but are still worth mentioning today.

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Measurement English System Metric System Calendar Fahrenheit Factoids
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Posted by bio_man   February 19, 2019   785 views

1)  Roman Numeral IV

Although the Roman numeral for the number 4 has always been taught to have been "IV," according to historians, the ancient Romans probably used "IIII" most of the time. This is partially backed up by the fact that early grandfather clocks displayed IIII for the number 4 instead of IV. Early clockmakers apparently thought that the IIII balanced out the VIII (used for the number 8) on the clock face and that it just looked better.

2)  Base 60

The Babylonians wrote numbers in a system that used 60 as the base value rather than the number 10. They did not have a symbol for "zero."

3)  Fraction Bar

The Romans did not use numerals to indicate fractions but instead used words to indicate parts of a whole. It wasn't until later in h [ ... ]

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