Sensitive teeth can make eating hot or cold food items a painful experience. This article is all about sensitive teeth and how to take care.
The sheer ingenuity of nature in helping animals survive is astonishing. The way animals have learnt to hide is explored in the science of Mimicry, Camouflage and Aposematism.
A simple, concise general guide to understanding what a neuron does, what the components of a neuron are and in what different ways they can be classified.
Taxonomy is how we classify living things into groups. This biology page explores the classification levels of Domains, Kingdoms, and Phyla. Many colorful illustrations and you-tubes are included.
Learn the major bones of the human body for elementary age kids and homeschool
Earthworms perform an important service in our ecosystem. This hub will help you discover more about these amazing excavators in a way that your kids, or grandkids, will enjoy.
Blood clotting is a vital process in the human body that prevents blood loss from blood vessels (arteries and veins). However, when blood clots form inside of blood vessels, there is a chance that they will cause a blockade, restricting or denying...
You may have heard in your high school biology class that O- blood is the universal donor and that there are 8 blood types. In this article, insight on the realities of blood donation are discussed.
What would it be like to have dinner with an animal that has to liquefy its prey to eat it? And how many other odd methods of eating are we completely unaware of?
Mimicry in insects is a fairly common way for them to avoid predators and to obtain a meal for survival. Many insects, especially the praying mantis, have evolved some of the most elaborate mimicries.