SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.
Symptoms of depression can include: depressed or irritable mood, poor concentration, insomnia, changes in appetite, and loss of interest.
Skin is the largest organ of the human body, in terms of both weight, between 6 and 9 pounds, and surface area, about 2 square yards.
In psychology, memory is an organism's mental ability to store, retain and recall information.
Dermatology is the branch of medicine that deals with conditions of the skin.
Skin is composed of 3 primary layers: the epidermis, the dermis, and the hypodermis.
Humans usually have 20 primary teeth (also called deciduous, baby, or milk teeth) and 32 permanent teeth.
Childbirth usually occurs about 38 weeks after conception, i.e., approximately 40 weeks from the last normal menstrual period (LNMP) in humans.
The National Health Service recommends that overall weight gain during the 9 month period of pregnancy be 22–26 pounds.
Exercise, particularly aerobic exercise, is an effective cheap treatment for erectile dysfunction.
Loss of memory is known as amnesia.
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This has to be one of the most Awesome Health Apps I have viewed in awhile,Good Job! Keep up the good work!
This a very good apps.Bravo!
Excellent app! Learned so much! Love the variety of subjects.
Even being in Medical School with all the craiming for Exams, these random facts will and can actually help you by possibly be seen on a test or conversation..
This is a nice app with very interesting facts.
Great review of the basic stuff. Dr Ron Grassi. Boca Raton, Fla.
Fun facts. A few grammatical errors, but not a big deal.
Enjoyable ....especially like how I can save my favorites.....great app..
The app Is amazing, but it will be much better if it had images, and more medical info about any subject, malaria, etc.
I like the app but the one thing I don't like is that it's starts from the beginning of the flash cards.
This app is informative and interesting
I love this app. I am preparing graduates for the NCLEX exam. Love the app!!
I love this thing I'm gonna be a doctor when I'm older and this really helps.
Superb app for anyone... Fully educational and informative..love it :)
I like this app. Just wish it would give options to elaborate a little more. More in depth, if you will. Learned a few things I didn't know. Thanks:)
The facts are interesting but would like some to be a little more indepth
V v good even though m a doctor, pl ad some spiritual facts !! these r also medical, in fact dis r ultimate healing facts !!
Like it , great app., interesting data
Banners and badge counters. Looks like it was programmed in a day.
Gotta love it this I just love and in my opinion it is second to none
Great facts, very informative and interesting. General info
Simple facts, it's good know and learn.
I read so many facts that are easy and learned so many thing about the body!
Easy to read
Nice medical info to help improve health.
The program has some interesting facts
I like it and I'm sure other people will to so please keep it thank you
This site reveals medical facts that are revealed by laypersons in their own words, revealing and authentic. A jewel of a primary source.
Tells me things I didn't know. Thanks!
Good job I like it keep it up
We know at least half these. We know smoking is bad for us....
It's pretty good
I really like, very interesting .
I wish there was a box to type in questions
Plus one star for being free, minus one for having prominent ad affixed to the main toolbar, which doesn't go away. I hate to be negative in any review unless it is well deserved; so I would like this to be taken as constructive criticism, instead. To begin, I would say (with humility) that I consider myself to be of "above average" intelligence, or as I prefer to say, "higher education", as I believe the disparity between "average" and "above average" is the result of little more than one's personal will and initiative to go a step out of their way to actively learn new things, rather than to begrudgingly be made to learn "as required". Following that premise, I would assume anyone interested in downloading this app is one of those in the minority who are actively seeking to increase their knowledge, rather than wallow in indifference and the bliss of ignorance. For that, I must commend the audience. Back to the app — in considering that, I found these facts to be mostly what I feel are "common knowledge". Is there anyone who really is just learning that [paraphrasing] "Dermatology is the study or field of medicine that is devoted to the skin"? Anyone need "anorexia nervosa" or "osteoporosis" defined? Here was one that I considered particularly... almost condescending, even— Did you know that smoking can cause long-term health problems such as emphysema, heart disease, and even cancer? If these are new to you, I would strongly advise exposing yourself to everyday living. The secondary problem arises when a fact is presented which I will admit, would not likely be common knowledge to everyone. The issue is that a simple fact is followed by a more complex explanation; purely as a result of using even less likely understood terminology. Example would be that aspirin and other [blood thinners] can help prevent secondary occurrences of a *transient ischemic attack*. I suppose most people could infer and gather a general idea of the meaning, but why take a simple idea and obfuscate the thing by tossing in medical terminology instead of layman's terms, while other facts would likely be offensive to the layman by undermining their intelligence! It's inconsistent, at best. So, ultimately, the average person reading these facts will find themselves responding to each fact in one of two ways: "I learned that in 4th grade" or "Hmm, this is new to me but I don't understand the terminology used, which I will have to go out and and find an "explanation to an explanation". "Either assume everyone is either a doctor or an idiot, then throw the two disparate fact sets in together"— I'm considering this to be the primary idea that inspired this app. Even still, it's not *entirely* useless, and if you're willing to flip through a lot of "duh's" and "uh's" there *are a few interesting facts in here; mostly statistical information I found to be the best, overall.
Don't like that I have to start all over from beginning when I leave the app.
The facts were clear and informative while also interesting.