Tags » Circulatory System

February 2016: The Circulatory System

This month we will be focusing on the circulatory system, covering the anatomy, physiology, common conditions as well as other aspects which we find interesting.

Stay Tuned!


1.2 : The Circulatory System (Blood Vessels)

Biology Form 5 

Chapter 1 : Transport

Subtopic 1.2 : The Circulatory System (Blood Vessels)

The Structure of Human Blood Vessels

  • Blood vessels are the tubes for the medium to flow through…
  • 294 more words

Integration Skills: Money as Circulation

Money is a topic that people want to talk about, or learn about, or have fears about. Our whole lives involve money, it often seems. This is certainly a truth we have to have a relationship to, in one way or another. 665 more words


America Needs Help

America is dieing. Her circulation has slowed to almost nil. The circulation system needs blood and oxygen. There needs to be a symbiotic relationship between the two. 795 more words


Exercise effects on heart, heart rate and circulatory systems during pregnancy

Your heart and circulatory systems adapt to exercise.

When one partakes in exercise weight routine and makes it part of their life, the body adapts by increasing blood volume, the size of the heart chambers, the volume of blood pumped with each beat, increases the density and growth of blood vessels within skeletal muscle and the number of elements within the muscle cells that generate energy. 1,078 more words


What are Blood Vessels?

The blood vessels are the part of the circulatory system that transports blood throughout the human body. There are three major types of blood vessels: the arteries, which carry the blood away from the heart; the capillaries, which enable the actual exchange of water and chemicals between the blood and the tissues; and the veins, which carry blood from the capillaries back toward the heart. 67 more words


The Medicine Woman's Treasure Chest - Horse Chestnut or Aesculus -Circulatory System

The Horse Chestnut is an herb that has been used for centuries to either prevent or to ease the discomfort of circulatory disease including varicose veins. 917 more words

Health And Nutrition At Any Age