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January 1, 2023

Ongoing research into blood type suggests blood type may matter more than we give it credit for — at least when assessing risk for certain health conditions, especially heart disease. ⁠⁠People with type A, type B or type AB blood are more likely than people with type O to have a heart attack or experience heart failure, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). While the increased risk is small, the difference in blood clotting rates is much higher, per the AHA. ⁠⁠These invisible differences in the blood may give some people an edge at staving off cardiovascular problems, and may leave others more susceptible.⁠⁠Tap the link in our bio to read more. 🫀⁠⁠#BloodType #Heart #Heartdisease
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