Thoughtful Tuesday GOKI Readers, my daily mission to share with you an informative health tip continues. As I have mentioned before in my previous posts, these tips come via a desk calender titled: 365 Ways To Boost Your Brain Power, written by Carolyn Dean, M.D., Valentine Dmitriev, Ph.D., and Donna Raskin.

March 29, 2011 Health Tip Of The Day

Study The Human Body

Your body is an extremely complex, finely tuned, and yet remarkably efficient machine. Many of us take better care of our cars than we do our bodies. When something goes wrong with our automobile, we immediately take it to a mechanic. Most of us know exactly what the mechanic is talking about when he tells us that this part of the car needs replacement or adjustment. The question is how well do we know the physiological makeup of our bodies? When a physician uses a scientific term in reference to a possible ailment, is the word familiar? Studying human physiology will challenge your brain (memorize the official names for your collarbone or your leg bones and what your pituitary gland does), improve your ability to visualize what's going on in your body, and help you understand the complex terminology doctors will use when discussing your health.

As Always, To Your Health!

P.S. I searched for a video about this topic, and after checking out quite a few from the more serious, to the more humorous, I decided to go for a more humorous route. I hope you enjoy this video.

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