$100 Amazon Gift Card GIVEAWAY
Complete Quiz & Enter Your Email at the Bottom of the Quiz To Win
One of the bizarre things the human body performs is known as “cutis anserine,” which is the scientific term for it?
A heavy vomit
Where on your body would you need to dab a towel to dry your philtrum if it was wet?
Which of the following unusual anatomical terms is used to describe a joint that moves back and forth like a box or door hinge?
Which of the following body parts regenerates every three to four days?
Which of the following does the enzyme renin control in the human body?
What percentage of the bones you were born with will you have lost from the moment you were born until you’re an adult?
After accounting for bones, muscles, organs, blood, and other guts, water makes up the majority of the human body. What proportion of the body is made up of water?
The “midpoint of the lower border of the human mandible” (chin) is defined as which of the following anatomical terms?
Our sweat glands number between 2 and 5 million. Which of the following anatomical terms describes the glands that create sweat?
Your body is only made what percentage blood?
Which of the following joints is the biggest in the human body: the knee, ankle, shoulder, and hip?
What three components of the human body are the manubrium, gladiolus, and xiphoid process?
The malleus, incus, and stapes are small bones in the ear that make up the “auditory” system. What is it?
What is the medical terminology for the involuntary constriction and relaxation of the muscles that allow food to pass down the esophagus?
What part of our body is also considered a “muscular hydrostat”?
Angiogenesis is a term used to describe the production and regeneration of which portion of the human body?
What function may the appendix serve, according to current research?
As an “understudy” pancreas
As a vessel to hold healthy bacteria
As a way of balancing out weight of other organs
To lessen the effects of allergies
What would you have to wear for a time if you injured your “hallux”?
A bandage on your head
A boot on your foot
An eye patch
A cast on your arm
Some of our strangest body parts serve many purposes. Which of the following organs has over 500 tasks, according to scientists?
What has the typical person lost nearly half of by the time they reach 60?
Sense of humor
Ability to touch
What is the scientific name for the point where your upper and lower eyelids meet?
How long would our digestive system be if it was stretched end-to-end?
Around 100 feet
Around 30 feet
Around 30 feet
Around 70 feet
The “lunula” is found where on the human body?
“Pate” refers to what part of your body?
The crown of your head
The back of your head
The back of your shoulders
The back of your arms
Where on the human body would you find the Dimples of Venus?
Around your shoulders
What other body area also blushes when your face blushes?
What area of the human body do you presumably find fascinating if you’re a “desmologist”?
Arms and legs
According to a theory in the journal Medical Hypothesis, what is the evolutionary reason acne mostly affects adolescents?
To keep them from procreating until they’re ready
It’s a right of passage to adulthood.
To make companies that sell anti-acne products richer.
To teach them about hygiene
What is a more scientific way of saying you “knuckled-punched” someone?
You cloaca-punched them
You celcuim-punched them
You condyle-punched them
You clavicute-punched them
Where do you find the most sweat glands on your body?
Your lower back
Bottom of your feet
The human body has some strange features, like the glabella. What is its scientific name?
Groove above lip
Space between eyes
Webbing between thumb and index finger
Space between eyebrows
Where can you find the “anatomical snuffbox”?
Inside your mouth
You’ve probably heard of Hammertoe, but what does “Morton’s Toe” mean?
Toe is covered with salt
Toe has an extra joint
Toe has no toenail
Big toe is shorter than second toe
The Broca Area in the brain is most closely associated with which of the following human functions?
Kids grow fastest during which season?
What small particles in the ear are known to be responsible for the sensation of vertigo or dizziness?
Our usual body temperature is measured in Celsius, not Fahrenheit, in most parts of the world. What does it mean to have a normal body temperature?
32 degrees Celsius
20 degree Celsius
37 degrees Celsius
46 degrees Celsius
What is it that causes the sound of a knuckle cracking?
Gas bubbles bursting
The knuckles getting hurt
Tendon snapping in and out of place
The human body’s functioning might be unpredictable at times. Consider this: 1 in every 200 persons is born with an additional what?
What would you pierce if you inserted a stud through the cartilage that links the front of your ear to your head?