What do I look like on the inside?
- Learning about what's inside your body. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p105
Discusses what is inside the human body. Cells; Tissue; Organs; Skin; Organ systems; Diagram of the body.
- What do the body's systems do? // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p106
Explains the functions of the human body's various systems. Circulatory system; Digestive system; Endocrine system; Muscular system; Skeletal system; Nervous system; Respiratory system; Reproductive system; Urinary system.
- Facts and figures about the body. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p108
Presents facts and figures about the human body. The number of bones in a baby's body, as compared to the body of an adult; The largest bone in the body; The number of first teeth in childhood, as compared to the number of teeth in adulthood; The number of muscles in the body; Facts on the...
- Body language. Kist, J. // Current Health 2;Apr91, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p12
Looks at sounds the body makes, and why and how they occur. Hiccups; Belches and flatulence; Stomach sounds (borborygmi); Sneezes; Creaky joints.
- Rumbles and grumbles from within. // Current Health 1;Jan1991, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p24
Discusses embarrassing body noises. Hiccups; Burps and flatulence; Growling stomach; Tips for handling body sounds.
- Body of knowledge. // Women's Sports & Fitness;Apr92, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p11
Lists fun facts about the human body. Tongue prints are as unique as fingerprints; Amount of running shoes Americans buy in a day; Amount of miles Americans jog in a day.
- How's your health...I.Q.? // Science World;10/23/92, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p12
Presents a quiz that tests your knowledge on human biology. Multiple choice questions; Answers; How to calculate whether your class did better on the quiz than 1,030 adult Americans that took the same quiz; Address to let `Science World' know what your polling shows.
- The phallic connection. Purvis, K. // Cosmopolitan;Apr92, Vol. 212 Issue 4, p104
Explores the way men feel about their penises. Common concerns about size and shape; Statistics about average sizes; Two different types of male organ; How women view the issue of penis size; What doctors can and can not do to help.
- The sensate body. Dixon, P. // Esquire;May89, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p146
Photo essay with text on the human body, celebrating the body's abilities of perception.
- The illustrated man. Nastasee, Susan A. // Men's Health;Feb91, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p70
Presents an assortment of trivia about men's anatomy. Largest biceps on record; Percentage of men who clean their navels; Amount of sweat men produce daily; Percentage of women who find a man's buttocks to be the most attractive part of his body; Reasons why men's Adam's apples look bigger than...