All Blood Health Topics

Aug 04, 2019

Diet Tips for People with O Positive Blood

Diet for people with O positive blood is based on providing foods that are ideal for a sluggish metabolic rate. Foods common in an ancient diet are ideal. more »

Jul 27, 2019

Causes, Symptoms & Treatments of Leukopenia

Leukopenia is a shortage of white blood cells in the system, which can be caused by anemia, menorrhagia, etc. Know your cause and get it treated early. more »

Jun 26, 2019

Things You Should Know About O Negative Blood Type

O-negative blood type is relatively rare. A person with O-negative blood is a universal donor but can only receive blood from the same group. more »

Jun 22, 2019

How to Check Your Blood Pressure at Home

Learning to check blood pressure at home can be a great way to monitor your health. Here’s how to use different cuffs and monitors to get an accurate blood pressure reading. more »

Jun 13, 2019

Normal and Abnormal Globulin Levels

Globulins are a group of proteins in the blood stream that help to regulate the circulatory system. Abnormal globulin level can lead to health trouble. more »

Jun 05, 2019

Water Retention in the Legs: Causes & Treatments

You don't have to live with water retention or edema in legs because most cases of fluid retention can be alleviated with simple lifestyle changes. Learn how! more »

May 25, 2019

Low Hemoglobin Level? Learn Ways to Increase It

Low levels of hemoglobin are most commonly caused by nutritional deficiencies. There are many ways to increase hemoglobin, including eating the right foods. more »

May 17, 2019

What Does a Stroke Feel Like?

Stroke is an alarming medical emergency that must be dealt with extreme caution. If you are wondering what a stroke feels like, here are the key features. more »

May 04, 2019

Low Lymphocyte Count: Cause, Symptom & Treatment

Low lymphocyte count means your lymphocyte count is less than 1000 cells per microliter of blood. Know the major causes and proper treatments. more »

Apr 14, 2019

High Uric Acid Level: Causes & Managements

High uric acid in your blood also called hyperuricemia can increase the risk of gout and renal failure. Know the causes to effectively manage it better.  more »


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