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How Does Biology Affect Our Daily Lives?

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Biology is closely related to our daily life because we do many of the activities because of our biological makeup and needs. For instance, we eat because food is a biological requirement of the body to carry out various processes like respiration, digestion, excretion, and reproduction. We understand our bodies better and the mechanism involved in keeping it functioning when we have a knowledge of biology. We also understand the differences between living things and non-living things and the requirements of other living things, like plants and animals, for survival.
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If your job has to do with biology then the answer is obvious. If not then some basic biological knowledge makes you more scientifically literate and able to understand the world around you and make wise choices.

It is important for understanding your body and your environment, as well as, understanding what your doctor is talking about. It is important for voting in the best possible way based on the positions candidates hold on issues related to the environment. It helps you be a good steward of the Earth. Knowledge and understanding of living things is important in so many ways that it's hard to narrow it down into a short answer.

Ultimately it helps you navigate through life making informed decisions and understanding reality as it is. If you have plans to have a job related to healthcare like nursing or a job in science of any type then it's even more important.

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The study of biology can help improve our lives because biology can let us know more about our environment and improve our quality of life.
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I agree with what that last person commented. Biology has been very helpful to me personally. I graduated from a Microbiology paper and it really was an eye-opener to a lot of things. I mean, if you like to know how yoghurt is made, or what it's made from, or if you normally ponder on why we soak green beans before cooking them, all these questions are answered in biology. However, these sub-science categories are all linked to one another. Chemistry and Biology and Physics and Molecular Sciences. I'm not much of a Chemist but if you'd like to know how to make your own wine or alcoholic beverage, then biology is definately the way. Biology teaches us about the microscopic organisms that play a helping role to our human lives and also we are taught which ones are harmful to us and how to get rid of them. Bio basically touches on the subjects of Chemistry, Genetics and the more complicated science papers. Hope this helps.
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Without biology there's no machines/technology
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Well, they said that   BIOLOGY is the study of life. Therefore it is important to study this so that we will know the important components that supports the living organisms.

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