circulatory system

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Keywords: gymnastics, training effort, functional capacity indices, cardio-vascular system, performance.
The problem of cardio-vascular system damage in the newborns due to intrauterine, intranatal of perinatal hypoxia has induced great interest over the last time.
The rest of his cardio-vascular system presumably decided a move to Old Trafford might be more lucrative and while no doubt a sliver of his left ventricle will always be a Red, the rest of the organ followed the readies to Eastlands.
Brain health is closely linked to the health of cerebral blood vessels and to the health of the cardio-vascular system as a whole.
New data indicate role of estrogens and ER in the function of the cardio-vascular system.
Today's guests expect to be able to work out after a hard day's toil and increasingly, they are as body conscious as any Westerner, determined to flatten that tummy and keep the cardio-vascular system healthy.
99), a sixty minute innovative workout which addresses specific exercise-based benefits for the cardio-vascular system.
The combustions of coal gives off mercury, which is extremely toxic: high doses are fatal and even low doses can damage neural development, the cardio-vascular system, hormonal and immune systems.
After all you've got to be extremely fit and have an excellent cardio-vascular system to dance upside down under water.
After pregnancy, women can use the 'Chi machine' in the store which improves the cardio-vascular system, aids lymphatic drainage and helps beat the baby blues.