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Facts About The Human Body Systems

Do you know all the human body systems? Discover many facts about the skeletal integumentary system, integumentary system, muscular system, and the important cardiovascular system.

There are many more human body systems you can discover. But let's start with some fun & basic fun facts. Read, and increase your knowledge!

Human Body Systems Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

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An adult human has 206 bones, but a newborn baby has almost 300 bones in his body. This is because babies have more flexible cartilage (a firm tissue softer than bone) in the body. As the newborn grow, some of the cartilage converts to bones, and some bones fuse.
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It's quite common to shed about 100 hairs a day. When the body drops significantly more hairs each day, it's a medical condition that is called is telogen effluvium, which usually happens after stress, a shock, or a traumatic event.
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When the spine has no gravity power on it, the vertebra can extend and ease, letting astronauts truly get taller. However, once the astronauts are back on Earth, their original height returns to normal after a few months as the gravity of Earth is working again.
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Human red blood cells are produced mainly in the bone marrow. They have an average life span of about 120 days.
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A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone. They are important for the movement ability by transferring the contraction energy produced by the muscles to the bone they hold.
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The kidneys clean & filter about 50 gallons of blood every single day. Around 1/2 to 2/3 of the waste products are transported by the blood and passed out of the body in urine.
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The food we eat is digested in the small intestine. It is softened by the juices, and the water, minerals, and vitamins are absorbed back into the blood in the colon of the large intestine. The intestine pushes the food forward to allow more digestion.
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AB negative is the rarest of the eight main blood types - just 1% of our donors have it. The Human body has four main blood groups (types of blood) – A, B, AB, and O. The human blood type and group are determined by the genes he inherits from his parents.
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The crystals help the human body to be sensitive to gravity and help to stand straight. If the ear is injured, the crystals can move to another part of the ear. If they fall out into the ear canal, they can cause dizziness.
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About 60% of the human adult body is made out of water. There are organs such as the brain and heart that are made of 73% water. Surprisingly (or not), the skin contains 64% water.

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