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Human physiology is the science of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of humans in good health, their organs, and the cells of which they are composed. The principal level of focus of physiology is at the level of organs and systems. Most aspects of human physiology are closely homologous to corresponding aspects of animal physiology, and animal experimentation has provided much of the foundation of physiological knowledge. Anatomy and physiology are closely related fields of study: anatomy, the study of form, and physiology, the study of function, are intrinsically tied and are studied in tandem as part of a medical curriculum.
Scientists identify new therapeutic targets for SARS-CoV-2

Scientists identify new therapeutic targets for SARS-CoV-2

Study reveals human protein that helps the immune system fight viral infections

Study reveals human protein that helps the immune system fight viral infections

Study: Ketogenic diets can prevent or reverse heart failure caused by metabolic process

Study: Ketogenic diets can prevent or reverse heart failure caused by metabolic process

Early life exposure to air pollution may increase children's body mass index

Early life exposure to air pollution may increase children's body mass index

Anti-inflammatory mediator may play key role in wound healing

Anti-inflammatory mediator may play key role in wound healing

Multimodal mapping of immune landscape in pancreatic cancer could guide personalized therapies

Multimodal mapping of immune landscape in pancreatic cancer could guide personalized therapies

Transcriptomics identifies possible COVID-19 therapies

Transcriptomics identifies possible COVID-19 therapies

Investigational drug offers benefits for patients with chronic kidney disease and type 2 diabetes

Investigational drug offers benefits for patients with chronic kidney disease and type 2 diabetes

Dexamethasone drug may not benefit COVID-19 patients with diabetes or low albumin levels

Dexamethasone drug may not benefit COVID-19 patients with diabetes or low albumin levels

$109 million NIH grant awarded to expand Alzheimer's disease and Down syndrome research

$109 million NIH grant awarded to expand Alzheimer's disease and Down syndrome research

Nasal septum surgery can cause behavioral changes, RUDN medics say

Nasal septum surgery can cause behavioral changes, RUDN medics say

Study reveals why oxygen deficiency impairs brain cells

Study reveals why oxygen deficiency impairs brain cells

Study identifies potential target for treating  polyploidal giant cancer cells

Study identifies potential target for treating polyploidal giant cancer cells

Low‐dose ketamine does not alter a healthy human's tolerance to blood loss

Low‐dose ketamine does not alter a healthy human's tolerance to blood loss

Study outlines the link between tattoos and damage to sweat glands

Study outlines the link between tattoos and damage to sweat glands

Researchers find distinct effects of adversity in the genomes of men than women born preterm

Researchers find distinct effects of adversity in the genomes of men than women born preterm

New study could help achieve multicolor imaging with fluorescent biosensors cells

New study could help achieve multicolor imaging with fluorescent biosensors cells

Novel theory illuminates the impact of environment on human health

Novel theory illuminates the impact of environment on human health

Study helps restore retinal and visual functions of mice models of inherited retinal disease

Study helps restore retinal and visual functions of mice models of inherited retinal disease

New tool can provide non-invasive decision support for NSCLC treatment

New tool can provide non-invasive decision support for NSCLC treatment