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Bones and Muscles

By: Soo Jin Lee, Michela Ferrari, Gonzalo Leon
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Gonzalo Leon

on 27 April 2011

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Muscular System Types of muscles injuries There are three types of muscles: 1.the smooth muscle
11.the cardiovascular muscle 111.skeletal muscle We have over 620 muscles, all throught our body Fact! The Smooth Muscle Where is this muscle found? The cardiovascular Muscle Cardio = Heart. This muscle (tissue) is found in our heart. This is an involuntary muscle, and it never gets tired, it is constant untill we die. It's repeating contractions are known as heart beats Skeletal Muscle What are Skeletal Muscles?
What is it's function? Cramps How do cramps happen? More about cramps How to avoid cramps By: Gonzalo Leon Sources •"Bone Health." National Inst. of Child Health and Human Development. National
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