As part of the annual Children's Health Circus at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, more than 1,500 children viewed firsthand a skeleton of the human body. They also met real humans - doctors and nurses. Twenty departments at the hospital participated in the circus, which introduces children to hospital personnel and procedures. Children had the opportunity to view X-rays of mice and snakes, to learn about good eating habits, to dress in hospital uniforms, to learn the basics of sign language and to participate in a variety of other activities.