|Cells and Blood Cells - Overview and Facts||Red Blood Cells -from Wikipedia|
|All about Cells||White Blood Cells|
|Merk Manual: Cells||How Stuff Works: White Blood Cells|
|How Stuff Works: How Cells Works||White Blood Cells Video for Students|
|Cells Alive: Interactive Site about Animal and Plant Cells||White Blood Cells - from Wikipedia|
|Images of Cells, Chromosomes, and DNA||DNA|
|Blood Cells||How Cells Work: DNA|
|The Blood Cells||What is DNA?|
|Blood Facts||DNA from the Beginning|
|Red Blood Cells||Lymphocytes|
|How Stuff Works: Red Blood Cells|
|A Day in the Life of a Red Blood Cell Video||Lymphocytes - from Wikipedia|
|Fingernails - Overview and Facts|
|What Are Fingernails?||Nail Disease and Disorders|
|Wikipedia: Hangnail||How Stuff Works; 17 Remedies for Nail Problems|
|Fingernail Anatomy||Healthy Fingernails: Clues About Your Health Video|
|Hair - Overview and Facts||How Stuff Works: Why Do Humans Have Body Hair?|
|Muscular System - Overview and Facts||Muscles of the Body Images|
|eHow: Muscular System Facts||Inner Body: Muscular System|
|BBC Human Body: Muscles||Skeletal Muscle Video|
|The Muscular System Video||How Stuff Works: How Muscles Work|
|The Five Senses - Overview and Facts|
|Anatomy and Structure of Human Sense Organs||Neuroscience for Kids: The Senses|
|Dialogue for Kids: The Five Senses||How Stuff Works: How Many Senses Does a Human Have?|
|Hearing - Overview and Facts|
|Hearing (sense) - from Wikipedia||How Stuff Works - How Hearing Works|
|The Sense of Smell- Overview and Facts||Merk: Smell and Taste Disorders|
|Sense of Smell Facts||Fun Nose Facts for Kids|
|Your Sense of Smell Video||Neuroscience for Kids: Smell, The Nose Knows|
|Surprising Facts about Your Sense of Smell|
|The Sense of Smell and How It Works||The Nose - Overview and Facts|
|How Stuff Works: How Smell Works||Kids' Health: Your Nose|
|The Sense of Taste - Overview and Facts||The Tongue - Overview and Facts|
|How Stuff Works: How Taste Works||Kids' Health: Your Tongue|
|Merk: Smell and Taste Disorders||Kids' Health: Your Tongue|
|Smell and Taste||Taste Buds - from Wikipedia|
|WebMD: The Tongue|
|The Sense of Touch - Overview and Facts||Interesting Facts about the Sense of Touch|
|Teeth - Overview and Facts||Kids' Health: Taking Care of Your Teeth|
|Kids' Health: Your Teeth||Tooth - from Wikipedia|
|Dental Basics: Tooth Anatomy||Dental Caries (Cavities) - From Wikipedia|
|Tooth Anatomy||Tooth Decay|
|The Common Cold - Overview and Facts|
|What Causes the Common Cold?||How Stuff Works: The Common Cold|
|Kids' Health: The Common Cold and Its Causes||National Institute of Health: The Common Cold|
|MedicineNet.com: Common Cold||Facts about the Common Cold|
|Diseases and Disorders of the Human Body||Diseases and Conditions Encyclopedia|
|Kids Health: Health Problems and Descriptions||Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Diseases & Conditions A-Z with Descriptions|
|Drug and Alcohol Abuse||Partnership for a Drug Free Americana|
|NDA for Teens: Learn the Effects of Drugs||D.A.R.E. America|
|Kids' Health: Kids and Alcohol||Neuroscience for Kids: Alcohol and the Brain|
|First Aid Safety and Tutorials|
|Kids' Health: First Aid and Safety||Mayo Clinic: First Aid: Information to Help You During a Medical Emergency|
|Health World: Emergency and First Aid||Police Notebook: First Aid and Health|
Kids' Biology: The Human Body: Articles, facts, photos
Kids' Health: How the Body Works: Facts , Movies, Articles
BBC: The Human Body: An EXCELLENT resource on each system of the human body, including INTERACTIVE activities
Get Body Smart: Visually learn about the human body using Interactive"Flash" Animations
GirlsHealth.gov: A website presented by the United States government with the hopes of improving the health, safety, and well-being of girls throughout America
The Science Museum of Minnesota: Tissues of Life: Learn about the four tissues that make up the human body; interactive with flash movies
VirtualBody: Tour the Human Brain, the Skeleton, the Human Heart, the Digestive Trace of of the human body through animated graphics
*The human body consists of several major body systems: Circulatory System, Digestive System, Endocrine System, Excretory System, Immune System, Muscular System, Nervous System, Reproductive System, Respiratory System, Skeletal System All of the body systems work together to maintain a healthy body.
*The circulatory system consists of blood vessels and the heart.
*The digestive system consists of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines.
*The endocrine system consists of the body's glands.
*The kidneys are the core organs of the excretory system.
*The immune system consists of types of protein, cells, organs, and tissues.
*The muscular system consists of all of the body's muscles.
*The nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, and the body's nerves.
*The respiratory system consists of the nose, trachea, and lungs.
|Educational Health and Nutrition Powerpoints to Help with Homework Assignments|
|Educational Health Videos to Help with Homework Assignments|
|Reference Sites to Help in Your Research|
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z
Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE
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Kidinfo.com's Human Body Homework Help Resource Page provides the best available Human Body Systems: Facts including All Body Systems of the Human Body, including Body Cells and Blood Cells, the Circulatory System, the Digestive System, the Endocrine System, the Skeletal System, the Respiratory System, the Lymphatic System, the Muscular System, the Nervous System, Human Fingernail Facts, Human Hair Facts, the Human Brain, the Five Senses, Human Hearing Facts, the Sense of Sight, the Sense of Smell, the Sense of Taste, the Sense of Touch, Human Skin Facts, Human Teeth Facts, the Common Cold, Allergy Facts, Diseases and Disorders of the Human Body, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Facts, Smoking and Its Effects on the Human Body, First Aid Remedies, Living a Healthy Life Style, and Healthy Physical Activity.