Blood Type & Health

Many people do not know their blood type, but knowing so can provide tips about your risk for certain medical conditions. Knowing your blood type can help you take the steps to reduce risks of common illnesses and gives you an extra health boost.  Risk of heart disease, blood clotting conditions, and memory problems vary depending on blood type. This does not give you a get-out-of-jail free card; rather, it provides you with a guide to potentially change your eating and lifestyle habits. Curious to know your blood type? Call The John Bell Health Center to schedule an appointment with a physician about this important matter. 

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