Personality by Blood Type

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The Japanese believe blood types impact specific personality traits, similar to the way some believe astrological signs indicate behaviors. This is similar to someone’s belief that your astrological sign can tell your personality.  Some Japanese video game makers assign blood types to characters in games, so players can pick characters not only based on skills […]

Exercising For Your Blood Type

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Type O blood: You tend to be strong and athletic—with powerful arms and legs—and, because you’re no longer chasing your meals, crave high-intensity workouts like interval training, running, and plyometrics. You use exercise as an emotional outlet, and need it more than other blood types to fight stress and anxiety and boost your mood. Type […]

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There are some good reasons for a husband to not donate Blood to his wife during her childbearing years. During this time, a women who plans to become pregnant, receiving Blood from her husband may pose a small risk to the infants born of these pregnancies. If, after the Blood transfusion the woman develops an […]

Facts For Life

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In the past, type O Blood was given to virtually anyone except those with what was termed ‘rare’ Blood. Donors of Blood group O were always referred to as ‘universal donors.’ Today, because of new research and a better understanding of the complex issues regarding immune reaction related to incompatible donor Blood cells, type O […]

Blood Facts

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Enjoy these blood facts while learning some interesting facts and information about blood type, cells, pressure, plasma, donation and more. Found in humans and most animals, blood is an incredibly important bodily fluid that transports oxygen and various nutrients to our body’s cells.   Blood makes up around 7% of the weight of a human […]

Did You Know

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• One pint of whole blood – the most common form of donation – can save up to three lives. • Someone needs blood every two seconds. • There is no substitute for human blood. • One in seven people entering a hospital need blood. • Females receive 53 percent of blood transfusions; males receive […]

Healthy Eating For Your Blood Type

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Type O blood: A high-protein diet heavy on lean meat, poultry, fish and vegetables, and light on grains, beans and dairy. Type A blood: A meat-free diet rich in fruits and vegetables, beans and legumes, and whole grains—ideally, organic and fresh. Type B blood: Foods to focus on are green vegetables, eggs, certain meats and […]