The Reproductive System: Injury, Illness, and Health
When does puberty begin and what are its effects? How are genes passed from one generation to the next? What can STDs affect the reproductive system? Investigate the miracles of the human body with Body Focus. Find out about the body parts and systems that enable us to eat, run, jump, think, and feel? Discover what sorts of things can go wrong with our bodies, from common illnesses to more unusual problems. The Reproductive System explores the structure of the male and female reproductive systems, looking at how they work together to create new life. It explains the different illnesses and injuries that can affect the reproductive system, from sexually transmitted diseases to problems during pregnancy, and outlines ways to keep healthy.
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Production of Sperm Cells
Infancy and Childhood
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