Red Cross Blood Donations In Desperate Need Of Donors
The American Red Cross blood donations have fallen an all time low this winter season promarily due to the severe weather which blocks volunteers from giving blood. Public health officials are desperately calling for donors so that patients can continue to receive life-saving treatments.
Life After Stroke: Find Out Some Ways To Improve Treatment, New Study Suggests
Considering the trauma and burden that is brought about by stroke, how does one cope up with life after the disease has attacked? How essential is the new study that claims that there are new and improved ways of treating the disease? Have we finally found the cure to stroke? Here's what experts have to say.
Study Shows: Bank Blood Used For Transfunsions May Harm Some Patients
Maximum shelf life of red blood cells should be controlled for its quality, Columbia University researchers recommended to the whole world.
DNA In Blood May Tell How Long A Pancreatic Cancer Patient Has Left To Live
Pancreatic cancer is a silent killer. Most patients who have been diagnosed with the disease report no symptoms.
Blood transfusions just got a new update
New improvements in blood transfusions are on the way, thanks to a new study.
Vampire mom drinks half a gallon blood a month
Ms. Julia Caples, mother of two, is no ordinary person - she has been drinking human blood for the last 30 years.
Woolly mammoth blood still fresh under the ice
The woolly Mammoth may have cryptoprotective properties in its blood, researchers speculate.