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Varun K.
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Food Science
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What is energy balance?

Varun K.
Answer:

Energy balance is the relationship between food taken inside by the body and energy spent out for daily work.

Biomedical Science
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How do neurons communicate with each of the brains?

Varun K.
Answer:

Neurons are a special kind of cell, in our body, which doesn't divide or regenerate in our body. This is the reason why it is very difficult to have complete recovery after Stoke, a deadly neurological disorder. Synapse are contact points for neurons where they communicate through other neurons through releasing neurotransmitters. Chemical synapse is one type of most common synapse. It is very amazing and interesting that neurons can fire 0.16 times per second.

Biology
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What is the process of food digestion in humans?

Varun K.
Answer:

First of all, food is broken down by teeth in mount physically as well enzymatically. The food passes through the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large Intestine. In the mouth, amylase breaks down starch present in the food. Pepsin and Trypsin break down food in the stomach and pancreas respectively. Digestive system in humans is very much evolved. It is very much amazing that interesting that 6 feet long.

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