December 23, 2022
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Blood type, determined by specific antigens on the surface of red blood cells, can have more implications on one's health than commonly acknowledged. Besides its crucial role in blood transfusions, it's associated with different disease risks and may have interactions with one's immune system. For instance, certain blood types have been linked to a higher likelihood of developing specific conditions or reacting differently to particular diseases. Although the associations between blood type and health are still an active research area, being aware of one's blood type and its potential implications can be a part of proactive healthcare.

What You Need To Know About Blood Type And Your Health
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