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Transcript: .It's impossible to sneeze with your eyes open KEEP FIT .Relative to size, the strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. Cigarette smoking may look sophisticated and cool, but it leaves you with bad-smelling breath, skin, hair and clothes. People around you also end up smelling like cigarette smoke even if they are nonsmokers. Smoking also stains the teeth, causes gum disease and premature wrinkling of the skin. .The average life of a taste bud is 10 days THINK TWICE!! you need plenty of sleep. .When you sneeze, all your bodily functions stop even your heart. Physical exercise helps you in developing and maintaining physical fitness. It also improves alertness and overall health. It gives strength to your muscles, and helps in maintaining a healthy weight. Frequent and regular physical exercise boosts up your immune System and helps to prevent various diseases, such as, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, bone diseases, etc. Moreover, exercising prevents depression and improves mental health by relieving stress and anxiety. Doing exercise keeps you flexible and agile; it also increases your strength and stamina. You can also enjoy sound sleep by exercising regularly. Acute Physical Effects •Increased heart rate and skin temperature; •Impaired muscle control causing poor coordination, slurred speech, impaired motor skills; •Dizziness, vomiting, vision problems; and •Loss of consciousness, respiratory arrest and death. •Over 60 percent of admissions to emergency rooms are either directly or indirectly due to drug or alcohol usage. •Over 50 percent of all traffic accidents involve the use of drugs or alcohol, with many of these being fatal. Human Body By:Aynslie and Delaney EXCERSIZE An adult has fewer bones than a baby. We start off life with 350 bones, but because bones fuse together during growth, we end up with only 206 as adults. FACT'S

Human Body PowerPoint Project

Transcript: Thyroid cancer- caused by hypo secretion or hyper secretion of hormones by the thyroid gland; c=treated with removing the thyroid gland Rickets - It is seen in children due to lack of Vitamin D and calcium ; treated with correctly prescribed vitamin D & calcium Acromegaly- is caused due to an overproduction of growth hormone Five Facts The hormones in your body and the glands that produce them are taken together to form the Endocrine System. Just like stomach, placenta found in the body of women is not an endocrine gland, but even then it secretes the hormones estrogen and progesterone . Apart from the glands of the endocrine system there certain other organs and tissues that are connected with the production and secretion of some hormones. The glands found in your body are grouped into two categories, which are, endocrine glands and exocrine glands. The exocrine glads excrete their products through ducts and include the mammary glands, salivary glands, and sweat glands. System Purpose: they produce hormones that regulate metabolism growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep and mood, and among other things. Major organs: Pancreas, Thyroid gland, Ovaries, Testes Staying Healthy Diseases & Treatments Address excessive stress Avoid environmental toxins Use adaptogen herbs Eat well Sleep well regularly Body System Differences: The endocrine system is instrumental in regulating mood, growth & development, tissue function, metabolism, and sexual function & reproductive process The basic functioning of the nervous system depends on a lot of tiny cells called neurons. The brain has billions of them, and they have many specialized jobs. Similarities: The endocrine system is in charge of body processes that happen slowly, such as cell growth. Faster processes like breathing and body movement are controlled by the nervous system. But even though the nervous system and endocrine system are separate systems, they often work together to help the body function properly. Compare & Contrast pancreas (Abdomen): secretes insulin glucose to regulate sugar metabolism thyroid gland (throat): regulates metabolic rates Ovaries(lower abdomen): secretes sex hormones Testes (lower abdomen): secretes sex hormones Major Organ Functions 1. Which is a major organ in the Endocrine System? A. Pancreas B. Ovaries C. Thyroid Gland D. All of the above 2. Which gland makes the hormones make you grow and stay full of energy? A. Thyroid B. Muscle C. Ardenal D. Pituitary 3.Hormones help your body by: A. telling your nerves what to do B. telling your cells what to do C. helping you breath D. oxidizing your blood 4.Glands are small organs that are all around your body that secret substances called: A. plasma B. Hormones C. Enzymes D. cells 5. What hormones does the pancreas make? A. Adrenaline B. Glucose C. Sugar D. Insulin Kaithlyn Orellana & Isaiah Vielma 5/15/15 Endocrine System Human Body PowerPoint Project 5 Questions

Human Body

Transcript: By: Tia Clement James Antione responsible for cell-mediated immunity -the defense mechanism against parasitic, bacterial, and viral infections. -They turn bright red when exposed to a certain acidic stain called eosin. -lymphocytes start in the bone marrow from pluripotent hematopoietic stem cells, then travel to and mature in the thymus gland -continually pass back and forth between lymph tissue, lymph fluid and blood. Neutrophils Types of White Blood Cells Human Body -Neutrophils -Eosinophils -Basophils -Bands -Monocytes -Lymphocytes -enter the tissue, and become larger and turn into macrophages -destroy old, damaged and dead cells in the body -stay in blood for an average of 10 to 20 hours and then go into the tissues, where they become tissue macrophages and can live for months to years. -They are also called leukocytes -release toxins -they wrap around the disease then kills itself to kill the disease -short life cycle, living from a few days to a few weeks -drop of blood can contain 7,000 to 25,000 white blood cells -very rare type of white blood cells -it is produced in bone marrow -they protect the body, killing bacteria and parasites, including external parasites such as ticks. Monocytes T lymphocytes (T cells) Basophils B lymphocytes White Blood Cells Fighting Diseases -immature neutrophils that are seen in the blood -When a bacterial infection is present, an increase of neutrophils and bands are seen -responsible for humoral immunity (antibody production). -will respond to infection inside the body, but also on the surface, as in the case of skin infections. - the body fights disease by developing white blood cells -white blood cells otherwise known as T-cells protect and fight off all dangerous diseases Bands Eosinophils Lymphocytes

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Transcript: Karely Cardoso Human Resources Human resources specialists are responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. They may also handle employee relations, payroll, benefits, and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. Description Description Human resources specialists are responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. They may also handle employee relations, payroll, benefits, and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. Duties Duties Subtopic 1 you need good communication skills PICTURES The human resources department handles a range of different functions within an organization. The department is responsible for hiring and firing employees, training workers, maintaining interoffice relationships and interpreting employment laws. function Function TIMELINE 2018 MAP Location 2 Location 3 Location 1 Definitely collaborative and good relations should exist between HR and other Departments. HR, as you say, is responsible for a number of areas, but decisions are usually in conjunction with other functions. HR may have established policies and programs, but generally there would have been discussion and executive approval and areas like recruitment and compensation would have a great deal of functional management input whether in final selection of a candidate or job evaluation and performance management which usually impact on compensation. HR, Interactions with other departments interactions

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Transcript: Heart:The heart pumps blood to the body Ventricles:the lower 2 chambers in the heart Atriums:The 2 upper chambers in the heart Vein: A tube that brings blood to the heart Artery:A tube that brings blood to the body Capillaries:A very small tube that can be either a vein or atary Aorta:The biggest artary Valves:are 1 way tubes Digestion system VOCAB Circulatory system vocab The components of the heart and how it works First things first, blood comes from the body then enters the heart once on the in the right atrium then through the tricuspid valve into the right ventricle. Then, it goes to the lungs through the pulmonary valve. Then, the blood gets oxygenated and goes to the left atrium. Next, it goes to the left ventricle through the mitral valve. Finally it goes through the aortic valve then it goes back to the body and this repeats. . Goes through the mouth .Goes down the esophagus .Goes into the stomach .Bile from the liver is transported to the stomach. .Goes into the small intestine .Goes into the appendix then large intestine. .Then sits in the rectum waited to be pushed out. The Circulatory System first air comes from the nose and the mouth next the air goes down the trachea the air then goes down the bronchi the bronchi then lead to bronchioles the bronchi lead to alveoli the alveoli takes in carbon dioxide and give oxygen to the capillaries Your diaphragm is what makes you breath in and breath out Lets study the heart from left to right (the way we see it). Our stomach acid is so strong it can burn Human Body Prezi FUN FACTS Trachea: windpipe Bronchi: the 2 tubes that lead to you lung Bronchiole: tubes from the Bronchi leading into the air sacs that get smaller and smaller. Here is a picture of a heart with the components. The small intestines is over 25 feet long. Respiratory run through vocabulary for respiratory teeth: used to grind food saliva: used to dissolve food tongue:used to move food Esophagus: the tube the food goes down stomach: where food is broken down in a acid bath Small intestine: a windy tube that takes in the food and digested it more Large intestine: a tube that takes the water from the was Rectum: holding place for the waste .It come through the renal artery to the kidney. .where the kidneys clean the blood(makes urine). .then the urine goes down ureters. .goes into the bladder where it stays until it is released through the urethra. . Urinary system Urinary system vocab A link to a curculator video Copy paste it to web It take 3 hours for food to digest in your stomach. Digestion system video copy past this for video Renal artery:The renal artery is a artery that runs to the kidney Renal vein:The renal vein takes the filtered blood back to the heart Kidneys:The kidneys filter the blood Nephrons: Nephrons are in kidneys that filter blood Ureters: Tubes leading to the bladder. Bladder: storage sac for urine Urea: the waste from the blood until water is mixed sphincter: muscle that controls urine urethra:urine goes out through this tube This is a Urinary system video Copy paste this to web our finger clean off. Digestive system run through !!

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