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Theresa J Morris has combined sacred sites sightseeing and medical tourism in the USA and abroad for her ACO Club membership. the motto is live, learn, love, leave a legacy and enjoy life with communication, education, entertainment and leisure while being aware of health and awareness Association.

Human physiology is the science of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of normal humans or human tissues or organs. The principal level of focus of physiology is at the level of organs and systems

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Education communication spiritual health and wellness, while studying sacred sites, to promote community education and social community wellness while applying over five years as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization soliciting tax-deductible private contributions for the benefit of  communication online education to support integrative medicine, learning about life education, living with love of our world and species, and supporting travel and tourism with entertainment and leisure while learning and mastering life skills. We support education.   

Theresa who prefers to be called TJ for Theresa Janette has established various groups in cyberspace online and social media became important from her time of recording ACO with Bluegrass Events in 2003 in Ohio County, Kentucky USA. She became aware of various groups and had a prior certificate as a founding member of the Bill Monroe Foundation with Dr. Campbell Mercer. After some growth board of DIrectors meetings, TJ became the President of the first Civitan Club International in 2005 for Ohio County, Kentucky. Theresa worked as a member of the American Veterans in 2005-2007 when she filed the ACE Folklife Association with her late husband Thomas R. Morris. Thomas (TOM) passed away December 2, 2015. Theresa was his caregiver and then became the caregiver for her daughter Ginger Bowers, a bone marrow transplant patient at Moffitt Cancer Hospital. While staying at the Hope Lodge provided by the American Cancer Center, TJ learned about the combination of nonprofits working with the medical and health and wellness groups including the integrative medicines. Medical Tourism and Sacred Sight Seeing was making sense to combine the education in her company called ACO -American Communications Online. ACO Club now supports membership and donations for assisting in communication, education, integrative medicines,  and sacred sites with sightseeing and health and wellness projects.

International growth through communication, education, entertainment, recreational leisure, tourism. Includes medical tourism for health and wellness, archaeological spiritual  site-seeing. ACO Self-help, education awareness, care givers health and wellness community  interested in medical tourism. Authors, independent owner operators, entrepreneurs, practitioners, researchers, truth seekers, professional association for purposes of establishing and educational 501 (c) 3 organization. A global alliance of members in unity.

Education fund raising awareness in a spiritual health and wellness trade association building community saving expense to our government by sharing books, workshops, training programs, and an annual professional trade association with body-mind-spirit and soulful expression of excellent caregivers  and practitioners in mind. Art, culture, education, science, technology, history folklife building and social networking in our global community as ACE Folklife Society including ACE Metaphysical Institute, School of Counseling, Sightseeing.

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Combining Sacred Sightseeing and Medical Tourism

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Theresa J Morris with her colleagues Janet Lessin and Dr. Alex Lessin

 

What Is Human Physiology?

Human physiology is the study of human organs and of the cells that make them up. An understanding of human physiology is helpful in a variety of fields, such as medicine, fitness, and biology. Schools offeringAnatomy & Physiology degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

Field Overview

Human physiology is the science of the functioning of human organs and the cells that compose them. Human physiology studies the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions that determine the health of an individual. While anatomy studies form, physiology is the study of function.

Important Facts About This Study

Possible Careers Athletic trainer, exercise physiologist, biochemist, biophysicist, physician assistant, recreational therapist
Concentrations Exercise physiology, biomechanics, animal physiology
Degree Levels Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology, Master of Science in Physiology, Ph.D in Human Physiology
Online Availability Related degrees fully available online and in hybrid format (online and in class)

Levels of Study

Human physiology is broken into four levels of increasing physiological complexity. The most basic level is the molecular level, which includes all chemical substances that are necessary for cells to function. At the tissue level, study expands to examine function of the basic types of tissue, including epithelial, muscle, nervous, and connective tissues. The third level of study is the organ level. An organ consists of two or more tissues that perform a certain function. Typical organs studied include heart, liver, lungs, and stomach. The fourth level of study is the system level, which studies the functions of the major systems of the human body:

  • Digestive
  • Nervous
  • Endocrine
  • Circulatory
  • Respiratory
  • Urinary
  • Reproductive

Occupations

Many occupations incorporate human physiology and are listed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They include fitness trainers who work in spas or gyms where they organize and direct health and fitness programs. Biological scientists study living organisms and their relationship to the environment. Physician assistants practice medicine under supervision of physicians and surgeons and must understand human physiology to treat patients. Recreational therapists provide treatment and recreation for individuals with disabilities. Human physiology is also essential for those involved in cancer study and research, breathing-related illnesses, and liver and heart disease.

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