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New Human Organ Discovered

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Eldorado

Dubbed the ‘interstitium,’ interconnected compartments act like a ‘highway of moving fluid’ that sits beneath the top layer of the skin, lines the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems, and surrounds the arteries, veins, and the fascia between muscle.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5551189/Scientists-discover-new-organ-spanning-ENTIRE-human-body-acts-built-shock-absorber.html

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Eldorado

The interstitium, the shock-absorbing tissue underneath the skin, gut and blood vessels, has been identified as an organ for the first time according to a new study. 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/interstitium-scientists-apos-discover-organ-135955637.html

The science article at Nature dot com: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-23062-6

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Merc14

I'm amazed that such a widespread organ wasn't discovered until now!  I wonder what else is hiding in our bodies awaiting the creation of new instruments to discover?

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paperdyer

Now we just have to find a better way to observe the new organ, if you get my drift.

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pallidin

Eastern medicine also alludes to a "hidden organ", but, not the same as this.

They (Eastern medicine) suggests that we have a primary and secondary heart.

The first is the well-known, classical heart.

The second "heart" is alluded by them to be directly related to certain biological tissues surrounding the human spine.

These tissues purportedly have a "pumping" action, assisting the primary heart.

Thus the emphasis within Eastern medicine of spinal health and suppleness through Yoga exercise.

How much of this is true I do not know, but thought to share... so don't beat me over the head.

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