Real world comparisons of the people we are today with images of plants, animals and people over 3,000 years old introduce the student to the key role that the reproductive system plays in human survival. Confusing changes and body functions that occur during puberty are demystified as students understand the hormonal life cycle triggers that set these changes into motion. All the parts and functions of both male and female reproductive systems are discussed. HIV, STDs, abstinence, peer pressure and the role their choices make in maintaining reproductive system health are addressed in 'Keeping the System Heathy.' Finally, the wonder of new life forming from conception through birth are demonstrated with stunning photography and animation.
The reproductive system is a necessary part of the human body. Changes during puberty, for both males and females, are explained as is the process of fertilization. In addition, healthy habits are discussed, including abstinence.