The longest living blood type has been revealed!

The longest living blood type has been revealed!


Blood groups can affect important vital aspects such as a person’s character, intelligence level and life expectancy. So, according to research, which blood group lives the longest?

Research on blood groups is frequently on the agenda. Therefore, many people wonder what effects blood type has on their health.

Blood groups can also determine a person’s character, intelligence level and life expectancy. Here is the blood group that lives the longest, according to research…

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WHICH IS THE LONGEST LIVING BLOOD GROUP?

Research conducted in Japan and England revealed that blood groups play an active role in intelligence levels and health conditions.

The genes that determine the blood group called CVT are also directly related to the risk of blood clots in the brain. According to a study conducted on 882 people, the risk of CVT in people with AB blood group is 5.6 times higher on average. In people with blood group O, the risk is reduced by half.

According to a study conducted in the USA, people with AB blood group are 23 percent more likely to suffer from heart disease. People with blood group B are 11 percent more likely than those with group O.

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BLOOD GROUP THAT DOES NOT KNOW WHAT IS THE DISEASE

According to research results, people with blood group O are more resistant to environmental factors such as air pollution. They also have a lower risk of heart disease and heart attack.

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Based on this research on blood groups, Lawrence Young, a virologist and professor of molecular oncology at the University of Warwick in England, has revealed that the molecules found outside our red blood cells, which determine which blood group we are, affect the risk of blood clotting.

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