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Misconception BFM039:

After entering the body, air is not distributed throughout the body (Arnaudin & Mintzes, 1985). Air goes to the lungs, or the lungs and the heart, and is then exhaled (Catherall, 1982).

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Molecules from food and molecules of oxygen move from the mouth and the nose to cells of the body through a series of blood vessels, including veins, arteries, and microscopically small blood vessels (capillaries), that extend throughout the body.