Book: Life Blood by Daniel DuBourcategories: Book, Educational, Heart, Lungs, Veins, Arteries, Capillaries, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Exercise, Diet, Red Blood Cell
Daniel Allen DuBourabout this book: Life Blood is an educational tool for those who would like to know how their body works, specifically their blood. The book goes into detail in describing the Red Blood Cell and it's function in our body. Starting from in conception in bone morrow to the work it does for all of us to keep us alive. In the lungs giving off carbon dioxide and taking in oxygen. Passing through the chambers of the heart and delivering the life giving oxygen to our body cells. Also tips on keeping our bodies healthy by eating the proper foods and taking vitamins. Exercising. Geared toward young adults and those who would like to know more about the circulatory system in our bodies.
The book is complete with pictures including the Red Blood Cell, the bone exposing the morrow where the Red Blood Cells are created. The veins and arteries through which the Red Blood Cells travel. Parts of the lungs where the air exchange takes place and a description of the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen. How the Red Blood Cells travel through the chambers of the heart with a full description of how our heart works. The delivery of oxygen to our body cells through the tiny blood vessels called capillaries and the return of the red blood cells back to the heart in veins.
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