Free Anatomy E-Book - Human Body for Kids - Free Teaching Tool

Wanna teach your kids anatomy but don't where to start? Download our free anatomy book for kids, based on best-selling, award-winning human body plush toys by I Heart Guts, the original plush organs.

Free Anatomy E-book- Human Body for Homeschoolers

Not sure what the spleen does? We do! What Do My Guts Do All Day? is chock full of eye-popping, gut-busting drawings alongside easy-to-digest descriptions of what each body part does.

Free Anatomy Book for Kids - Anatomy Science Teaching Tools

Inspire your wee future doctor and instill a love of learning with these adorable organs. Curious minds will love finding the hidden hypothalamus on every page! And when your kid becomes a world-famous radiologist and buys you a nice Ferrari, I want to know about it!

Plush Organs Giveaway - Free Plush Organs _Plush Organs CouponHi All! We teamed up with Medical Talks (@medicaltalks) for a giveaway! They'll be choosing FOUR winners and each winner will get one plush plus five pins. The giveaway starts now and runs for a full 24 hours, ending at 8am EST. The winners will be announced on Saturday, 9/7. Head over to @medicaltalks for instructions on how to enter. Good luck!!
Enter our keychain giveaway on Facebook and hook your keys up with some guts! Tell us who you'll share your keychains with and WHY on Facebook. Don't delay, contest ends Thursday, September 24th at 11:59 PM EST. Winner will be selected at random, U.S. entries only, good luck!
IntestinesVsGluten This month is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. Chances are, if you don't have the disease, you don't know much about it (unless you work in the health field). So to understand Celiac disease, we first have to know what a little thing called gluten is. Gluten is a protein in grains like wheat, oats, barley, and rye. It means "glue" in Latin, because it holds bread together and gives dough its stickiness. Different grains have different amounts of gluten; the more gluten, the chewier it makes your baked goods. For example, the flour used for bagels and pizza has more gluten than the flours used in light, crumbly pastries. So what does gluten have to do with Celiac disease? If gluten goes into the small intestine of someone with the disease, it causes an immune system reaction. This means gas, bloating, etc. "True celiacs" will have these reactions even if they eat a small amount of gluten. Other people may just be sensitive to gluten and need to eat less of it. More about Celiac disease here.