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InnerBody: Your Guide to Human Anatomy Online

InnerBody: Your Guide to Human Anatomy Online

“The place for fun, interactive and educational views of the human body.” You can explore human anatomy through illustrations, animation, tutorials, and descriptions. Viewing images and selecting anatomy requires Java support to be enabled in your browser.
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Subject Area Help–Science–Biology

The Human Heart: An Online Exploration

The Human Heart: An Online Exploration

An entire virtual museum of the human heart. Listen to healthy and diseased hearts, view video of open-heart surgery and echocardiograms, review x-rays, learn how the heart works, even take an animated trip down a coronary artery. Resource materials for teachers are provided, along with on-line activities.
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; Science And Technology

Anatomy Atlases

Anatomy Atlases

Anatomy atlases is a digital library containing six different anatomy texts. These include the Atlas of Human Anatomy, Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section, Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy – A Functional Approach, Anatomy of First Aid – A Case Study Approach, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation and Lessons From a Bone Box.
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences; Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

Webvision

Webvision

Do you have any questions about the eye or human vision? This site has everything you need to know about the eye, with an abundance of information on the structure and functioning of the retina. Packed with helpful images to supplement the text, as well as a few short videos that require Quicktime. From the John Moran Eye Center at the Universit …
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

ErgoWeb: The Number One Place for Ergonomics – News & Information

ErgoWeb: The Number One Place for Ergonomics – News & Information

Provides a collection of ergonomics standards and guidelines, products, services, training, and forums. Includes job review and analysis tools and checklists, biomedical analysis tools, case studies, anthropometric data, and other ergonomics resources.
Subject: Science & Technology–Engineering; Health & Medical Sciences–Occupational Health & Safety; Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

Blood

Blood

“Blood, the Journal of The American Society of Hematology, provides an international forum for the publication of original articles describing laboratory and clinical investigations in hematology. Blood is indexed and abstracted by Index Medicus, Excerpta Medica, Current Contents/Life Sciences, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Science Citation …
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; Health & Medical Sciences–Diseases, Disorders & Syndromes–Blood Disorders

The Bones of the Skull

The Bones of the Skull

This site features a downloadable program “developed to help students learn the features and bones of the human skull.” It runs on Macintosh or Windows computers, and consists of QuickTime VR object movies and an interactive textbook. Download is free, but you must register first.
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

Swimming Science Journal

Swimming Science Journal

“This journal is divided into four parts, the Swimming Science Abstracts, the Carlile Coaches’ Forum, the Swimming Science Bulletin, and DRUGS: The Crisis in Swimming. The Swimming Science Abstracts is a compilation of research article abstracts involving swimming. The Carlile Coaches’ Forum contains original articles designed for distribution to t …
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Exercise & Fitness; Entertainment & Leisure–Sports–Water Sports; Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

shufflebrain

shufflebrain

“Shufflebrain is a collection of popular and scholarly works, fiction as well as nonfiction, dealing with two general questions: a) how does the brain house the mind; and b) do the same abstract rules of logic apply to both memory and regeneration?”
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; Social Sciences–Psychology

Advances in Physiological Education

Advances in Physiological Education

“Advances in Physiology Education is dedicated to the improvement of teaching and learning physiology and to the advancement of physiology as a teaching profession. It publishes peer-reviewed descriptions of new strategies for teaching, reports of education research, critical reviews of current educational practice, essays on physiology education, …
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; Education–Higher Education

Advances in Physiology Education

Advances in Physiology Education

“Advances in Physiology Education is dedicated to the improvement of teaching and learning physiology and to the advancement of physiology as a teaching profession. It publishes peer-reviewed descriptions of new strategies for teaching, reports of education research, critical reviews of current educational practice, essays on physiology education, …
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology; Education–Teachers & Administrators

Retina Reference

Retina Reference

Scientific and mathematical discussion of the retina. Information about molecular and cellular structure. Includes a bibliography of vision-related articles, diagrams, mathematical equations, and sections on the retinal neuron and the anatomy of eye.
Subject: Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology

A Screenwriter’s Guide to the Autopsy

A Screenwriter’s Guide to the Autopsy

“The Routine Autopsy. The Procedure Related in Narrative Form. A Guide for Screenwriters and Novelists. The purpose of this paper is to make available to screenwriters, novelists, and other interested individuals an authentic detailed narrative account of a routine postmortem examination (autopsy) as performed by a pathologist on a patient who has …
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Literature–Writing; Health & Medical Sciences–Anatomy & Physiology