As every medical student comes to learn when first dissecting the human body at medical school, our limbs are almost entirely composed of muscles.
Human-rights activists have castigated China for allowing this organ bazaar for years.
Our skin and our insides are laced with an invisible, highly sophisticated, selective, neurological netting.
The anatomy, embryology, and evolution of the recurrent laryngeal nerve are fascinating.
Darwinists have called it one of “nature’s worst designs,” “obviously a ridiculous detour,” asserting that “no engineer would ever make a mistake like that.”