Template talk:Human body diagrams

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This is a discussion about the template itself.

Meth image[edit]

Hi, you have an error in Meth adverse effects picture. Meth causes hyperthermia, which is quite the opposite of what you have in the image -- hypothermia.

The source does say hypothermia. However, a quick google check confirms that it should rather be hyperthermia. It's corrected now. Thanks! Mikael Häggström (talk) 19:50, 1 December 2009 (UTC)

Heroin diagrams[edit]

Hi, i think you seriously need to review these- the majority of the 'effects' are attributed to heroin are in fact caused by the practice of illicit injection, NOT by heroin itself. They will be radically different once reviewed. Please do this as it is important that this page needs correct information- if you need help let me know. Email me at physeptone@@hotmail.com

Thanks for your comment. I agree it's important that the image is correct. However, I had the notion that the source (Office of National Drug Control Policy - ONDCP) was reliable enough. If there was a better source to complement or replace it, I'd review the image with that one. Mikael Häggström (talk) 06:32, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

need to talk to anybody with TB[edit]

Possibly even a Dr..who deals with this desease...i have been coughing up mucus for like 18days i think...not alotta blood or anything but every once in awhile...but my left kidney felt like somebody was drilling a screw from the inside out through it...apetites been weird all valentines day i had was a cup with some cherios and this pain is so severe i can't go #2 for last 1 1/2 days..should i go see a dr?PolishPrince4420@aol.com

Sleep deprivation image[edit]

An error is on the sleep deprivation graphic, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Effects_of_sleep_deprivation.svg it has increased reaction time instead of decreased.

I don't think it's wrong, since it's about an increased time from command to reaction. However, it might be more appropriate to state "delayed reaction time" to avoid confusion. I'll put it on the list for the next update. Mikael Häggström (talk) 15:52, 4 July 2013 (UTC)