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Course SummaryThis ScienceFusion The Human Body Textbook Companion Course uses simple and fun videos to help students learn human anatomy and earn a better grade. These lessons are about five minutes long and are sequenced to align with the chapters in the textbook.
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Anyone enrolled in a class using the ScienceFusion The Human Body textbook should consider this companion course. You will learn the material faster, retain it longer and earn a better grade.
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- Identify the chapter in your ScienceFusion The Human Body textbook with which you need help.
- Find the corresponding chapter within our ScienceFusion The Human Body Textbook Companion Course.
- Watch fun videos that cover the human anatomy topics you need to learn or review.
- Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
- If you need additional help, re-watch the videos until you've mastered the material or submit a question for one of our instructors.
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- Fun Content: These videos make learning ScienceFusion The Human Body fun with engaging animation and real-world examples.
- Great Instructors: Study.com uses exceptional educators who can take concepts like the lymphatic system and make them easy to understand.
- Multiple Ways to Learn: Watch videos or read the lesson transcript.
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Students will be able to learn all the human anatomy topics in the textbook with this engaging course, including:
- The body's regulation of homeostasis
- Components of the muscular and skeletal systems
- Circulatory and respiratory system functions
- Physiology of the digestive and excretory systems
- Organs making up the nervous system
- Endocrine system functions and disorders
- Anatomy of the male and female reproductive systems
- Immune system components
- Infectious disease transmission and prevention
- Nutrition and fitness
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