BLUFKnowing your blood type is crucial in an emergency and can offer critical insight into your health—particularly heart disease.
This article by Jessica Rendall, writing for CNET, makes the following points:
- People with type A, type B or type AB blood are at slightly more risk of having a heart attack than those with type O.
- Although people with type O blood enjoy a lower risk of heart disease, they may be more susceptible to bleeding disorders.
References from the Web:
- SEP 2022 Your Blood Type May Influence Your Stroke Risk, Study Shows—Health.com
- SEP 2022 Could Your Blood Type Raise Your Odds for Stroke?—US News