I’m seriously struggling to get through this class- I have take all measures to bring my grade up; reading the textbook/slides, finishing the study guide a week in advance and edit it/review it everyday, & I even meet with the professor of the class twice a week to continue to change my studying habits. Nothing seems to be working. I was wondering if anyone here has advice for how they got through the class without failing/getting a C.
Since I hit puberty, I have always had a weird, irrational fear of my vagina. Nobody had informed me that they would be hairy, or smell funny sometimes, so I assumed that I was a freak because of the changes I was going through. I am 18 years old, and I have always been afraid to look at my vagina in detail. But today I sat down in front of a mirror, and with the help of google identified the labia minora and majora, the urethra, the clitoris and the clitoral hood. I know its a strange thing to be proud of, but I have been so ashamed of my body for so long, and finally seeing how my genitals look and work helped me overcome some of that shame.
Edit: thanks for correcting me guys! The external area I am referring to is called the vulva, not the vagina :)
Short pilot study for my final year lab project to see how difficult or easy the questions are for students that are studying biology-related degrees. Would also be grateful if anyone points out any mistakes or uncertainties made in the questions and answers.
Thank you in advance
I was talking to my GF and mentioned something about how women pee from their vaginas. She told me that’s not true and she seemed mad at me. She said I need to “look into women’s anatomy” and “do research” and then after I’m done she’ll ask me questions. I said no and that she was crazy. It seems super condescending and also this is information I don’t really need to know. I’m not a doctor and nothing in my life will ever require me to know about women’s systems. Nobody is going to die bc I don’t know these things. Anyway she’s mad at me now for refusing and I’m mad at her a little now for thinking that this is appropriate thing to ask me to do. Looking for a tiebreaker. AITA?
Are there any good free/cheap 3D software for anatomy study?
Hoping to find a program that lets me hide/show different muscles/bones etc; for art purposes
Whats the largest cavity (full of only air) in the human body
What the largest liquid chamber in the human body?
whats the largest solid mass in the human body?
Hi everyone, I am student and I’m taking anatomy. I have been struggling with the muscles insertions, arteries, veins and nerves of the upper limb. (Pretty much everything) Does anyone please know a video or a cheat sheet of mnemonics or ways to remembers the paths of the different components of the upper limb ? Please help. Thank you.
Hello Reddit, i am working on a website that has me categorizing various real world things in simple terms for easy searching for the user and one thing i came across that i am stuck on is Anatomy.....i know very little about it and have been researching it for the past couple of days and i am still unsure of a simple way to categorize things for the best user experience and potentially users who know very little or next to nothing about anatomy. So far i have:
Is there anything i am missing or anyway this could be simplified further or perhaps even should be simplified further or not? Also i am considering animals as well not just the human anatomy, if anyone on here is very knowledgeable in this subject and has some ideas it would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
I'm writing a short horror film and I thought this was the best subreddit to ask this kind of question. Seeing as in ancient times, people would make objects out of bones, could one make a paint brush out of an index finger?
By that I mean mantaining every bone in the finger together with some kind of other object, like an iron wire or something else.
Hello, I'm a sophomore college student going to school for business. I'm taking a biology class and we're going to learn a little about anatomy. I been wanting to learn about anatomy for awhile but have no clue where to actually start. I was thinking about YouTube, but again I don't know actually where to start yet. Was hoping you all could help me with this journey 😁
I might be downvoted to hell but this needs to be said. Shonda Rhimes needs to let this go now. I feel she’s just randomly making up story lines to keep Greys “the longest running show”.
Old Grey’s Anatomy was such a badass show with great story lines, great character development and most importantly strong women. It’s taken a complete u-turn the past few seasons.
Alex Karev was one of the strongest characters on the show. His character showed immense growth over the years and he changed for the better. The stuff that they’ve pulled with ending his storyline is absolute crap. Alex would never do something like that and Shonda knows it.
I now realize that there is a reason why most shows end within a certain time frame. We as fans, do not realize this but the writers do us a favor when they end a show (mostly). They have a vision and story for each character and once they’ve achieved that, they move on. I doubt that iconic shows like Friends would have been continued being... keep reading on reddit ➡
i’m taking anatomy this semester, anyone have any app recommendations or youtube channels or any helpful resources. i’d appreciate any feedback, thank you!
So, my mom didn’t know why women have periods or how exactly a baby is “made”. And this woman has 4 children. Specifically she didn’t know that:
She only learned all this a few years back from me and my sister after we learned this in school. It’s insane.
Recently, she got mad at me for explaining all this stuff to my 11 year old sister whose friends were talking about periods with her. My sister asked my mom if periods were really something that happened and my mom said no. So my sister asked me and I said yes and and explained it to her and my mom is angry saying I “ruined her innocence”. My mom did this same thing to me (told me periods weren’t real when I asked) and so when I got mine I was freaking out because... keep reading on reddit ➡
With a few tweaks, I think this is would’ve been the perfect ending for the series. Cut out the Maggie killing her cousin/twin storyline, cut out the weird Catherine thinks Webber’s cheating storyline. Cut out all of the other pointless storylines we don’t really care about. I just thought the way all of Mer’s patients came back to fight for her was so beautiful, and the way that her two best friends defended her was perfect; Alex leading the whole thing with all of the patients, and Christina’s beautiful letter with the throwback to when she called Mer the sun. AND there were letters from all of our favorites: Callie, Arizona, Kepner, etc. Richard defended Mer, and eventually Bailey did too, and idk I just thought it would be such a perfect ending. I mean, even her patient from the FIRST EPISODE came back. And Mer got closure on Derek!! I hate Greys right now with Alex’s exit and whatever the hell is happening with DeLuca. There’s a reason most shows don’t run this long. This show has... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m studying for a major anatomy test in my university and I’m struggling. I’ve failed once so I’m really looking forward to succeeding now. But here’s my problem. I’ve gone through all of the stuff (muscles with insertio/origo and their function, joints with all structures involved, ligaments and structures involved, some anatomical things in general like what’s bone matter made of etc) and tried hard to remember everything. But the problem was last time, when I tried to go through everything and repeat it for the last few days of studying I tended to mix everything up. For example: there’s the peroneal (hope it’s called that in English, the muscles on the fibula) group. And there’s M. Procerus in your face between the eyes. So for whatever reason my brain started to mix such unrelated things like these up and I couldn’t for the love of anything remember procerus and started to refer to it as M. Peroneus even though it made no sense at all.
Do you guys have any tips on how to rememb... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello lovely Maplestory community. Today I will teach you how to make a false ban post on reddit. Using these guidelines, hopefully the newer ban posts have a structured format that Nexon will take them seriously instead of leaving them on read. Losing your account is definitely a hard process and I'm hoping this guide will help you regain your lost account.
In this paragraph, you want to list specifically what happened. Make sure to remember every single action that you did before your ban. What time did you eat? When did you use the toilet? Why did you have hentai open in the background? In this section make sure to always say "I was afk and I came back to a ban". Any other reason such as "I was training" or "I was farming" is unbelievable and is a red flag. No one will believe you for this.
In this section, you want to list all the achievements you've done over your maple career. Clearly you would have never hacked if you spent al... keep reading on reddit ➡
Do you have an anatomy question that you don't want to make a whole post about? Ask it here!
Didn't want to spoil it on the title nor link it directly because of the thumbnail. It's Justin. He's leaving. :(
Edit: It's so sad and funny at the same time the results of the popularity poll we had in the sub at the start of season 14, about 2 years ago had the top 3 as April, Alex and Arizona and look where we are now, haha