Summary of

The Body

Bill Bryson

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The human body consists of fifty-nine different elements and seven billion billion billion atoms. These atoms join together to form cells, which then make up our organs. What is most remarkable is that not one organ or cell is in charge. They all communicate to create coordinated action...

Book Cover for "The Body"

PREVIEW

The human body consists of fifty-nine different elements and seven billion billion billion atoms. These atoms join together to form cells, which then make up our organs. What is most remarkable is that not one organ or cell is in charge. They all communicate to create coordinated action...