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Heart - Wikipedia

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The heart is a muscular organ in humans and other animals, which pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. Blood provides the body ...

The Official Heart Website | Welcome

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The official website of Heart, formed by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson.

The Heart (Human Anatomy): Diagram, Definition, Location in the ...

www.webmd.com/heart/picture-of-the-heart

WebMD's Heart Anatomy Page provides a detailed image of the heart and provides information on heart conditions, tests, and treatments.

Heart | Facebook

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COUNTDOWN TO HEART'S NEW ALBUM #BEAUTIFULBROKEN! Here's a little taste of the track #JohnnyMoon. OUT JULY 8, available for PRE-ORDER NOW!

American Heart Association - Building healthier lives, free of ...

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Learn more about the American Heart Association's efforts to reduce death caused by heart disease and stroke. Also learn about cardiovascular conditions, ECC ...

Heart Failure - American Heart Association

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The American Heart Association wants to help you Rise Above Heart Failure (HF) . Find out the warning signs of heart failure, also called congestive heart failure ...

Heart | Define Heart at Dictionary.com

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Heart definition, Anatomy. a hollow, pumplike organ of blood circulation, composed mainly of rhythmically contractile smooth muscle, located in the chest  ...

What Is the Heart? - NHLBI, NIH

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Nov 17, 2011 ... Your heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood to your body. Your heart is at the center of your circulatory system. This system consists of a ...

Heart, Heart Information, Cardiovascular Facts, News, Photos ...

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The heart is the body's engine room, responsible for pumping life-sustaining blood via a 60,000-mile-long (97,000-kilometer-long) network of vessels. The organ ...