How Do Hormones Travel around the Body?

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Hormones travel around the body through the bloodstream. The hormones are released into the blood by the ducts and glands that produce them.
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Hormones are produced by the endocrine system and secreted into the bloodstream. That's pretty much the only method they could use to travel to different parts of the human body;
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