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Question: is there a blood type that makes you less prone to diseases?
Asked by 356genp37 to Remsha, Oliver, Lisa, Fiana on 16 Nov 2018.
answered on 16 Nov 2018:
Wow good question! 😀 The answer is maybe! Some research has shown that you have an increased risk for developing heart disease for example! I also heard that apparently type O is more likely to be bit by mosquitoes! :O
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