blood type

Experts explain how your blood group may play a role in COVID-19, from infection to severity.
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OneBlood, a Florida blood distribution center, has launched the search to find matching blood donors for Zainab Mughal, a two-year-old with neuroblastoma.
New research suggests that blood type could increase your risk of heart disease, Alzheimer's and more.
The findings were published in September in the journal Neurology. This is not the first study to look at blood type and
As Cushman mentioned, other studies have looked at the link between blood types and increased likelihood of certain diseases
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article misspelled D'Adamo's name as "D'Amato." There is also no blood "Type D." Created
I have a rare blood type--AB , which only 4 percent of the U.S. has--and secretly, I always thought it made me kind of special