10 Factors Behind The Most Common Blood Type
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    10 Factors Behind The Most Common Blood Type

    What is the Most Common Blood Type Have you ever wondered why people around the world have a different blood type one from another? In fact, even family members can have different blood types. You should be lucky if yours is the most common blood type, which is the type “O”. Having a common blood […]

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    10 Facts On Normal Hemoglobin Levels

    It is very important for the body to be able to circulate enough oxygen from the lungs to all the different organs of the body. To do this, it needs a special kind of protein found in the red blood cells that has the function to absorb oxygen from the lungs and carry it to other parts […]

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    10 Factors Behind the Rarest Blood Type

    What is the Rarest Blood Type The rarest blood type is actually Rh-null, which is the lack of antigens in the Rh system. Less than 1 in 1,000 people have this blood type. However, individuals of this type can donate blood to just about every blood type. Before we proceed to understanding more about Rh-null being […]

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    10 Rh Negative Blood Type Facts

    The Rhesus factor, specifically rhesus negative, has been a topic of interest for discussions in medical science for a long time. Below are some of the interesting facts you may want to know about Rh negative blood type. Rh Negative Blood Type 1. The Rh negative blood type is not a ‘mutation’. Rhesus factor, referred to as the Rh […]

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    10 Facts About A1c Levels

    What is A1C The use of A1c levels is a very convenient way of diagnosing and examining people with diabetes type 1 and 2. If the levels of glucose in the blood is high, then the A1c levels will be high. Before we proceed with the significant aspects of A1C, let us first identify what is hemoglobin […]

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    10 Facts on Blood Sugar Levels

    Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic medical disease and a major health problem worldwide with an estimated prevalence of about 2.3%. By 2030, 4.4% of world’s population is expected to be affected by the disease. Diabetes was responsible for 1.5 million deaths worldwide in 2012. It is one of the diseases that cannot be cured, but it can be […]

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    10 AB Negative Blood Type Facts

    AB Negative Blood Type Facts (AB+) 1. The Rarest Blood Type and Universal Plasma Donor The nature of antigens present in the serum determines the blood type. AB negative suggests that an individual has both the antigens A and B. Individuals who are AB blood group are commonly called universal plasma donors because their plasma […]