What is your blood type? Not everyone can answer that question, but it's important to know. That's because there's actually a real connection between your health and your blood type. For example, did you know that people with type O blood are much tastier to mosquitos than people with other blood types - and that people with type O blood have a harder time getting pregnant? Or that people with AB blood are at a higher risk for stomach and pancreatic cancers? Here's something a little more cheerful - people with type B blood are brimming with helpful bacteria!
You need to know what your blood type says about you, because the more information you have about potential health risks, the more you can do to prevent or prepare for them. Of course, your blood type doesn't determine everything. Your health is the result of a variety of factors, including genetics, diet, exercise, environment, and more. That said, the more you know, the better off you are.
Let's learn about the different blood types and try to answer some burning questions. Is there a connection between blood type and personality? What's an Rh factor, and how can it be dangerous? Keep reading for all this and more.