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This high quality blog is maintained by bestselling author Michael S. Williams. The focus is to provide in-depth articles and great videos about the blood industry. Our premise is that you can make about $300 a month donating plasma, and it's a real gateway into donating whole blood at Red Cross blood donation centers to save lives. So we like to promote plasma donation as great habit to start. Also, you can Submit Blood Center for a featured article and to be included in our master database.
This awesome new technology can freeze umbilical cord blood stem cells to repair you; truly fascinating medical advances meets science-fiction stuff. Here we talk about new trends and provide an honest look at many of the cordblood banks, there is BIG $$$ to be had in this new industry! We do this because its just plain cool...c'mon us blood donors need a little sci-fi escape too :)
This is a new directory of hospitals in the US that we are releasing. Built on the same engine as our blood bank directory. Enjoy reviewing your favorite hospitals!
Thursday March 26, 2015 5:56 AM EDT
Every time you donate blood, you don’t just save one life— you get to help three people in just one donation. Every day, more and more people need blood for them to live normally and be saved from possible consequences … Continue reading
Monday March 23, 2015 3:41 AM EDT
Did you know that one blood transfusion can save up to three lives? If that is the case, then don’t hesitate to donate blood in Downtown Boston today! Interested (and qualified) donors can go to the nearest blood bank in … Continue reading
Monday March 23, 2015 1:37 AM EDT
Basically, giving blood is an act of life-saving kindness. It is in our hands to give and our decision to make. One donation takes away not more than 13 percent of our human blood and what’s important it can save … Continue reading
Sunday March 22, 2015 8:05 AM EDT
AB Positive(+) blood type consists of both A and B antigens on red cells, but neither A nor B antibody in the plasma. This AB positive blood type makes you a universal plasma donor. Personality Types † †† The … Continue reading
Friday March 20, 2015 5:13 PM EDT
In Tokyo, Japanese people believe that every blood type reflects to a person’s personality and affinity. It is common in their society to ask someone’s blood type or try guessing someone?s blood type according to their personality. Traits of AB- … Continue reading
Monday March 16, 2015 4:50 PM EDT
What is A+ Blood Type? People with Type A+ blood are very much needed in the blood donating industry. Why? Because their type is the second most common of all blood types. Nearly 35.7% of the population has this type … Continue reading
Wednesday March 11, 2015 12:12 AM EDT
Today’s struggling economy, many people are finding for creative ways to have an extra income. One way to make a little cash is through plasma donation. People are resorting to donate plasma to get food and gas money. People walk … Continue reading
Wednesday February 25, 2015 3:36 PM EST
Getting to Know the B+ Blood Type People with B+ blood type are very important in the lifesaving process of blood donation. This is because Type B+ is a rare blood type, with only 8% of the population having it. … Continue reading
Tuesday February 24, 2015 5:51 AM EST
The Rarity of B- If you’re carrying a B negative (B-) blood in your veins, then it means you’re one of the very few ones who have that type of blood! B negative is a rare type of blood— in … Continue reading
Monday February 23, 2015 4:02 PM EST
What Exactly is Type O-? Each year, almost 5 million people are in need of transfusion from O Negative (O-) blood type donors in the United States. This type contains none of the three antigens such as A, B and … Continue reading