Definition of 'circulatory'
Example sentences containing 'circulatory'
The Sun (2009)
People with heart and circulatory problems and women with breast implants will not be allowed to fly.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
One of the causes of heart and circulatory disease is arteries becoming hardened by calcium deposits.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They showed a continued increase in life expectancy and drops in premature deaths from cancer and circulatory diseases.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
That was mainly down to fewer fatalities from heart and circulatory diseases such as cardiac arrests and strokes.The Sun (2016)
In any restorative regime for the nervous system it is always wise to consider the potential for circulatory stimulants.The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism (1985) Times, Sunday Times (2015) Christianity Today (2000) The Sun (2015)
We are improving much faster in areas such as circulatory disease and cancer than the European average.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
High blood pressure puts pressure on the body's circulatory system.The Sun (2006) Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Heart and circulatory diseases cause more than one in three of all deaths in Britain.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The body has only a few arteries but many veins, so removing one or two does not compromise the circulatory system.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The studies can't do more than suggest very strongly that we should find out much more about aircraft noise and circulatory disease.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Diseases of the heart and circulatory system are the main cause of death in the UK.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Background treatment of such conditions will emphasize circulatory stimulants (the "warming "remedies).The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism (1985) Times, Sunday Times (2006) The Sun (2011) The Sun (2014)
Cancer caused 28 per cent of fatalities and circulatory diseases 26 per cent.The Sun (2016) The Sun (2015)
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