With the crazy skyrocketing cost of healthcare in America one is always on the search for ways to save a penny or two to get well and feel healthy. I’m sure some of us have even wondered about the cost-to-benefit ratio of going to a surgeon over preparing yourself for life under your own scalpel. We don’t recommend the self-surgery path, but Anatomical.com provides a glimpse into the wonder of the science of the body and while you won’t find your brain on drugs there, you will find your brain on a pedestal:
If brain surgery isn’t your thing, you can always investigate the inner
workings of your lungs and the effect smoking has on their performance:
You can see a brain dissection and what to look for in your own colonoscopy, too!
Perhaps Lasik surgery begs your future? Maybe some bunions work or ligaments repair hold more interest?
your own $6 billion person you could seek out how best to bio-engineer
your weak knees with titanium replacements or even find out the best
way to pull your shoulder out of its socket so you could implant a new,
stronger, better, faster, bionic arm.
You might lower your high cholesterol consequences by scraping off some goop from your arteries and you can discover just how a Neti Pot cleanses your sinuses.
back pain is killing you, you can see how everything attaches in search
of a remedy. If you prefer to see how your amazing kidneys work around
painful stones, just stick your fingers in and start rooting around to
find those mischievous rocks you cannot pass.
you’ve been looking for that hard-to-find gift for your favorite lung
surgeon — look no further than the “Human Lung on a Keychain” even
though it is a choking hazard!
Don’t forget the delightful “Your Brain on a Hat” hat and “Your Pressure Points on Your Socks”
socks for the hard to gift:
If Humpty Dumpty started this way — the Anatomical
website is addictive he must not have studied hard enough to avoid his
broken end! Make sure you remember how to put yourself back together