Our bodies perform an amazing number and wide variety of tasks that we literally could not live without. Renowned scholar John K. Young provides a fascinating look at how the human body is constructed, how it employs its different parts to our advantage, and how it can malfunction if not properly maintained. Professor Young describes not only the basic anatomical bones and organs that constitute our physical form, but also the role each plays in the synchronized effort to keep us alive.
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