Here’s a great video by the Kurzgesagt animation studio. It does a wonderful job of explaining the Coronavirus (properly termed, SARS-COV-2, the virus itself) and COVID-19 (the disease that SARS-COV-2 causes). Among other things, it provides a user-friendly explanation of the steps we need to take individually and as a whole, and why we need […]
A Practitioner’s Guide The Clinical Case for Nutrition Science is increasingly showing just how critical nutrition is to healing and recovery. As we know during a state of trauma, such as injury or surgery, the body’s nutritional needs increase: The body enters a higher metabolic state and requires more energy Trauma and lack of use
Daily stretching can have a huge impact on your overall health. check out this great animated visual.
‘Capillary’ comes from the Latin ‘capillaris’ – “relating to the hair or any structure as fine as a hair”. Early anatomists thought capillaries looked hair-like. Capillary diameters are actually smaller than hair. Red blood cells can only travel through them one at a time.
‘COCCYX’ comes from the Greek word ‘kokkyx’, meaning “cuckoo”. The coccyx was thought to resemble a cuckoo’s beak.