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Hoegel was finally stopped in 2005 when another nurse caught him injecting a patient with an overdose of a drug that can cause heart failure or circulatory collapse.
A mother who underwent scores of stomach surgeries and remains bed-ridden with circulatory problems.
However, that remains a secondary use; beta-blockers are still used primarily to improve people’s circulatory systems.
For 75 years, Mail Rail was the subterranean circulatory system of Britain's postal system.
Shortly after giving birth to a baby boy in 1983, Susan's circulatory system and kidneys began to fail.
Unlike cigarettes, smokeless tobacco does not cause lung cancer, heart and circulatory diseases, or emphysema.
According to the American Heart Association, a heart attack is a circulatory problem caused when blood flow to part of the heart is blocked due to arterial blockage or rupture.
The other contaminants found in 2016 were arsenic (cancer, skin damage, circulatory problems), unsafe levels of fluoride (bone disease), mercury (impairs speech, hearing, coordination and mental function) and cadmium (kidney damage).
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