Why is human biology important?

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Orchardhouse
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Why is human biology important?

Post by Orchardhouse » Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:34 am

Biology is important to everyday life because it allows humans to better understand their bodies, their resources and potential threats in the environment. Biology is the study of all living things, so it helps people to understand every organism alive, from the smallest bacteria to California redwoods and blue whales.
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Re: Why is human biology important?

Post by Naomi1986 » Wed Feb 20, 2019 8:44 am

I totally agree!

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Re: Why is human biology important?

Post by Pagaresav » Mon Aug 19, 2019 8:41 am

I think,

If you want to live well, you need to know biology.

Biology helps us understand how our bodies and minds work. This knowledge can be applied every day.

Biology helps you eat well. Knowledge about what our bodies need, and what foods may harm our bodies, is basic biology.

Biology helps you exercise effectively. Our need for exercise, and the knowledge about the proper amount and type, comes from the science of biology.

Biology can heal us. Medicinal practices are all applied biological science. Biology can save your life.

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