Physical Fitness Facts

Exercise helps your brain to function better. Exercise gives you energy. Exercise can be fun especially if you do different activities every day. Exercise builds stronger muscles and helps to boost performance. Exercise helps to decrease stress. Exercise helps to prevent some diseases. Exercise allows you to eat more because of the calories you are Read More

Teeth Facts

There are 32 teeth in a complete set of adult teeth. There are several parts to each tooth. The crown of the tooth is the part that can be seen above the gum. The crown of each tooth is covered with enamel, which is a hard substance that protects the tooth. Underneath the enamel is the dentin, which makes up the biggest part of the tooth. It is also very hard and it protects Read More

Apple Facts

An apple is a type of fruit that is grown on an apple tree. It is called a pomaceous fruit because the plant that it grows on flowers. The flowers on an apple tree are pink or white. Most apples are ready to be harvested in autumn. There's more than 7,000 varieties of apples grown in the world today and about 2,500 in the United States, but the crabapple is the only apple Read More

Ear Facts

The human ear collects sounds and then send them to the brain to be processesd. Your ears are also a big part of helping keep a person's balance. The ear is made up of three different sections: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. All three parts play an important role in healing people hear and process sounds. The outer ear is located on the outside of the Read More

Eye Facts

The eye is the organ that has the ability to detect light. Your eye is the second most complex organ of your body, after your brain. The human eye is able to distinguish between different shapes and colors. Your eyes are actively working from the moment you open them in the morning up until you close them at night, relaying hundreds of thousands of messages to your brain Read More