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View Resource The Digestive System

Colorado State University has produced this website as a hypertextbook on the subject of pathophysiology of the digestive system. In the "Introduction and Guide" link, they describe it as an education experiment that hopes to bypass the drawbacks of traditional paper and ink textbooks. The layout of this hypertextbook has a clickable table of contents, and at the bottom of each page is a...

View Resource Anatomy Arcade

Anatomy truly gets interactive via these collection of fun and engaging games, videos, and other multimedia excursions. The site was created by Ben Crossett, a science teacher in Australia. Several years ago, he decided to craft some new resources like "Poke a Muscle" and "Whack-A-Bone" that would be both entertaining and educational. Visitors can look at the Games By Body System to get started,...

View Resource Topic in Depth - Digestion

Digestion is a complex and miraculous process fundamental to our daily living. The complex nature of our digestive system, however, can also contribute to a variety of disorders. The following websites offer information and resources pertaining to the digestive system and digestive disorders.

View Resource Honor Thy Symbionts

This PNAS scholarly article explores the extraordinarily complex and dynamic environmentally transmitted consortia symbiosis of the human intestine. It analyzes the molecular foundations of beneficial symbiotic host-bacterial relationships in the gut and explains how interdisciplinary studies of the effects of the intestinal environment on genome structure and function could provide important...

View Resource National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse

This website, a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is an extremely useful tool for those interested in digestive diseases - patients and health care workers alike. The site is designed for those who have been diagnosed with digestive diseases, who have not yet been diagnosed, for those who want to...

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