Why Does the Heart Pump Blood?

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The heart continuously pumps blood around the body in order to facilitate movement of oxygen, nutrients and waste products to and from the tissues. It pumps oxygen rich blood from the lungs to the tissues and carbon dioxide rich blood to the lungs from the tissues.
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