Did you know your pancreas can “hear”? Pacinian corpuscles, found in the dermis — see that oblong blob on the skin above pancreas’ tail? — are responsible for feeling vibration and low frequency sounds. These receptors are also found in the pancreas! Crank up the heavy bass and your pancreas just might be listening.

Looking for a non-candy Easter basket treat? Our pancreas erasers are non-edible, non-toxic and super fun to find. Perfect for the diabetic egg hunt event or any organ-loving kid. Happy hunting from the Easter Pancreas!
Med School - Mug - Medical Mug - Nursing Mug - Anatomy Mug - Doctor MugDress up your morning coffee -- or, if you're in the medical profession -- your 2 a.m. morning cup of joe -- with one of our cheerful organ mugs. We've got cups with perky prostates, adorable adrenals and other awesome organs to keep you going -- along with a big ol' dose of caffeine. These make great gifts for your favorite doctor, nurse, med student or any gut-loving guy or gal working long nights.
doctor-gift-medical-giftThey're stocking candy canes at the grocery store, and our local Bed Bath & Beyond's got plush singing rabbis (I'm not making this up), so that must mean the holidays are near. Gearing up for the holiday season before Thanksgiving fills me with disgust, but being the gut-monger I am, I suppose I must jump aboard the holiday retail bandwagon and remind you to check out our Gutsy Gift Guide. It'll tell you what to buy if your best friend is getting a mammogram, or just the thing for your diabetic brother. There's even a sebaceous gland lapel pin for that diligent cosmotologist who got rid of all those zits for ya. Our handy list will help you find just what the doctor ordered for that marvelous nurse, amazing pediatrician, or that special medical student in your life. So take two lapel pins and call us in the morning.