Now, you're going to learn the name of some organs that you have inside your body. If you don't feel good when talking about this, please don't read this post.
We use the brain to think, remember things, concentrate...
Blood flows in the veins.
You need your heart to live. The heart pumps blood.
The liver releases secretions in a system of channels that open in an outer surface.
The intestine is responsible for absorving water and nutrients and excretion of waste.
Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood from the ventricles of the heart to all parts of our body.
The lungs take in oxigen and eliminate carbon dioxide.
The food is sterilized and pre-digested in the stomach in order to follow into the intestine.
The kidneys filter wastes from blood (especially urea) and excrete them in urine with water.
The spleen plays an important immune function of antibody production and proliferation of activated lymphocytes.
The skin is the outer covering of the body, considered the largest organ in the body and heavier.
That's all, folks!
I don't want to give a Biology lesson...