"I Spy Physiology"

I came across the "I Spy Physiology" blog today from the American Physiological Society. The blog focuses on physiological topics relevant to daily life. There are also a couple of comparative physiology gems in the blog that you can view using the links below:

How birds my help us understand diabetes

How research on walking stick insects may help us to understand how the brain times leg contractions to regulate walking

Pretty neat stuff!

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