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Human Anatomy


Human anatomy is the study of the structure of the human body. As a Year 1 physiotherapy student, anatomy is a really important module which you should pay attention to.

For semester one, you will usually start with the upper limb. Anatomy is quite important as it forms the foundation for other modules such as kinesiology. This module is challenging and sometimes can get a little bit painful and confusing. But with knowledgeable and approachable lecturers, you would certainly find yourself enjoying learning anatomy.

Human anatomy module is divided into theory (in the form of lectures) and practical classes. It is one of the most difficult classes that require endurance. To help you get through human anatomy classes, I am going to share some tips and tricks with you guys.

How I survive Human Anatomy?

1) Learn by watching videos.

Videos are definitely one of the best ways to study…

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Muscle Recruitment Patterns and Discharge Rate

Posterior view deep inside our muscles ……

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One of the most important philosophical/physiological aspects is to understand the utilization of the discharge rate/sequence. The discharge rate is the progressive recruitment and activation of our motor units within our muscles. In order for an action or exercise to be effective, we must fire from the smallest to the largest motor units. From a anatomical perspective, we should fire our transverse abdominis before we fire our obliques or rectus abdominis. The transverse abdominis is one of the main stabilizers of our core/spine and therefore we must activate it first before we turn on the larger heavier muscles. It only makes sense doesn’t it? If we do not stabilize or brace ourselves for the action before the prime movers (main delivery muscles that will “do” the exercise) are activated then there would be varying degrees of output along with possible awkward delivery of an exercise due to earlier fatigue. This…

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New Discoveries Inside The Developing Brain

The human brain develops with an exquisitely timed choreography marked by distinct patterns of gene activity at different stages from the womb to adulthood, report Yale researchers. The Yale team conducted a large-scale analysis of gene activity in cerebral neocortex —an area of the brain governing perception, behavior, and cognition — at different stages of development. The neocortex, Latin for “new bark,” is our third, newly human brain in terms of evolution. It is what makes possible our judgments and our knowledge of good and evil. It is also the site from which our creativity emerges and home to our sense of self.

The team found that the human brain is more like a neighbourhood, which is better defined by the community living within its borders than its buildings.“The neighborhoods get built quickly and then everything slows down and the neocortex focuses solely on developing connections, almost like an electrical grid,” said…

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What are Wisdom Tooth Impactions?

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Four Wisdom Tooth Impactions

A wisdom tooth (also known as the chewing tooth) is any of the third molars, which is located at the back of your mouth. It usually grows up between the ages of 16 and 21. However, for some reasons, these teeth don’t erupt normally in many people.

When a wisdom tooth fails to emerge or grow into its expected position, it is called as wisdom tooth impaction. A wisdom tooth usually becomes impacted due to lack of enough space in the person’s jaw or due to obstructions in the eruption path by other teeth.

Based on the general angulation (positioning) of the impacted wisdom tooth, dentist usually refer four types of wisdom tooth impaction. Read on to know about what are they and how may you deal with them.

Four Wisdom Tooth Impactions and What They Mean


How the Brain Creates the ‘Buzz’ That Helps Ideas Spread

An interesting and must read article for professionals related to Health/Medicine.

After Big Bang

How do ideas spread? What messages will go viral on social media, and can this be predicted?

UCLA psychologists have taken a significant step toward answering these questions, identifying for the first time the brain regions associated with the successful spread of ideas, often called “buzz.”

The research has a broad range of implications, the study authors say, and could lead to more effective public health campaigns, more persuasive advertisements and better ways for teachers to communicate with students.

“Our study suggests that people are regularly attuned to how the things they’re seeing will be useful and interesting, not just to themselves but to other people,” said the study’s senior author, Matthew Lieberman, a UCLA professor of psychology and of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences and author of the forthcoming book “Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect.” “We always seem to be on the lookout for who else will…

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Nerve Impulse Passing through a Neuron

Nerve Impulse Passing through a Neuron

Interesting Facts about Neurons

Do you know the total number of neurons in the human #brain is nearly equal to the total number of stars in the Milky Way? And, the average number of neurons in the human brain is around 100 Billion!!!

Another interesting fact is that the longest neuron in the body extends from the base of our spine to the big toe; it is over a meter long (around 3 feet)!

So, have you ever imagined or thought how this amazing component of our nervous system function. Read on to unlock the mysterious functions of neurons.