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Such concerns had been quelled over the last decade as climate models suggested this branch of the ocean’s circulatory system was not likely to see a rapid slowdown, which would slow any consequences.
The Science: Researchers conjoined the circulatory systems of young and old mice, a process called parabiosis.
Those toxins cannot be washed off, as they’re absorbed into the plant’s circulatory system.
Shortly after giving birth to a baby boy in 1983, Susan's circulatory system and kidneys began to fail.
Ultrafine particles in the e-cigarette vapor are deposited into the body, specifically into the lungs and into the circulatory system.
Smoking Lighting up damages a whole host of your body’s processes, and your circulatory system is no exception.
Not to mention, the human circulatory system is a magnificently complex thing.
The chapters are organized by body part — lungs, circulatory system, abdomen, neck, etc.
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