Your blood's ability to clot is complex and essential to your survival. It depends partly on slowing the blood flow at an injury site so that a needed clot can form and anchor itself down. If your blood flow slows inappropriately, however, you're daring a clot to form for no good reason, with nothing to anchor to.Read More
Cells are the living units of every part of your body. There are 75 trillion cells in your body, and each type is specialized to perform a particular function.
In fact, each organ is actually a group of many different cells that all have their own role to play. However, no matter what each specific cell is or how specialized its particular function, all cells have basic characteristics.Read More