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Facts About the Human Knee

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Facts About the Human Knee

Knees are the biggest, most stressed and most complex synovial joints in our entire body, and one of the most important along with the hip. They allow our tibias, kneecaps, fibulas and femurs to be attached and hinge, so we can run, walk, jump, kick, among other different physical activities.

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Facts About the Human Hip

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Facts About the Human Hip

The hip is the part of our body that bears most of the weight, and it is located beneath deep layers of strong supporting muscles and ligaments.

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Facts About the Human Breast

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Facts About the Human Breast

When people think of breasts, they tend to picture them only on women. But in reality, both men and women have them, and they are equally important for each gender. In broad terms, breasts are the tissues that cover the pectoral muscles and they are practically identical, except for males, which lack the specialized lobules that produce milk. Medically, they are also known as the mammary glands, and for females, the lobules (which can be organized into 15 to 20 sections) drain into a duct structure than finally brings the milk to the nipple, which is surrounded by dark tissue...

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Facts About the Human Foot

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Facts About the Human Foot

Feet are made up of many intricate parts, such as 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles, and over time, they can get seriously injured because of the constant wear and tear.

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Facts About the Human Arteries

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Facts About the Human Arteries

Arteries, along with veins and capillaries, are long enough to go around the world at least twice. Their entire length is over 60,000 miles long and they carry oxygenated blood to our whole body, from head to toe. 

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