The Great Courses - Understanding the Human Body: An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology by Anthony A. GoodmanGet clear descriptions of human anatomy and physiology - aimed at the level of the interested layperson. Explore the anatomy of organs and organ systems, then examine the physiology of systems when they function normally. Take a closer look at the most common clinical problems (pathologies) associated with major organ systems. Learn insights into fascinating systems including your cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and immune systems. Probe the biology of human cancer and gain a greater understanding of this complicated set of diseases.
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Biology and chemistry rule our entire world, from the air we breathe to the clothing we wear. Discover the science of life and share the joy of humanity's greatest ongoing adventure of discovery and exploration with this series of courses providing a deep-dive into the ever-changing worlds of biology and chemistry. Make sense of these thrilling branches of science with two fundamental courses that will strengthen your understanding of how living things work. Biology: The Science of Life Get the complete background and professional guidance to explore in depth the fundamental principles of how living things work taught by an award-winning professor at Duke University who has specially adapted his acclaimed introductory biology course. An award-winning professor covers it all—from the periodic table to pH to poisons to plate tectonics. Examine the key ideas that create the diversity and complexity of life as you take a deep-dive into two facets of these scientific schools. The Nature of Matter: Understanding the Physical World Explore the science of chemistry, which deals with matter in its infinite variety—from electrons and water molecules to high-tech materials—in this fascinating course.
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Anthony A. Goodman, Montana State University M. This resource is not up to medical school standards, and is very expensive. However, the videos are clear, detailed, and well organized. There are also available on DVD, eliminating the need for fast internet speeds for streaming or downloading. If viewed before starting a medical school anatomy course, this could help prepare students for the course. It could not replace the didactic or laboratory components of a standard medical school anatomy course.