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Sunday, November 22, 2015

What does O Positive Means?

How Important Is O Positive Blood?

Your O+ Blood is Important

O Positive

As an O Positive donor you are incredibly important to maintaining the blood supply in our community. O Positive is the most common blood type and therefore needed by so many patients.
Annually, more than 120,000 units of blood, platelets and plasma are required to meet the needs of the hospitals we serve, and your blood type is crucial to maintaining an adequate supply. We are grateful to you for so willingly giving the “gift of life”, and through your continued commitment, we are able to maintain our heritage of service to those in need. 1 in 3 people have O+ blood (approximately 37.4% of the population).

Do You Know Your Blood Type?

Definition of CMV-Negative Blood

The blood of a person who has never had CMV (cytomegalovirus) will test negative for antibodies to the infection and will be described as having CMV-negative blood. Interestingly, many people who contract CMV never know they have it.


  • Blood products that are CMV negative are important to patient populations that would be in particular danger if they contracted CMV. That includes transplant recipients, pregnant women and infants.

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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Do you have a life threatening allergic reaction?

Responsibility For Your Own Health

I need to know if your body is constantly fighting off common side effects to different medicines. What if the body is fighting side effects all the time will it start using the immune system as its defense? Will it put your immune system in over-drive? Then, how will it react to combating serious illnesses? Will the immune system be too compromised?

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Thursday, July 30, 2015


Do you know if your medicines are causing skin rashes?

Friday, August 8, 2014

How I painted an abstract landscape.

Do you think this painting is childlike?  From the beginning to the end.