what is FAC8 in regard to blood?

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Answered: Why Need Umbilical cord blood banking?

For the stem cells. To treat disease later on in life, like cancer.

Answered: Are there any changes that you can make to your diet besides cutting out

Sometimes other things than food can cause BP to rise. You should check yourself with a professional. Do all the analysis before making a call how to treat this condition on your own.

Answered: How to position arm for taking blood pressure?

Have your arm straight and relaxed, place the cuff over your bicep, and turn on the machine. It will constrict, and shut off the blood flow temporarily. As the bag deflates, bloodflow will resume, giving an audible thumping sound. That is your systolic blood pressure. The bag will continue to ...

Answered: Why is my blood pressure very high when simple walking and very low when

I have same issue and am being sent for a heart scan and kidney scan.

Answered: Leg exercises and blood pressure

I am guessing here. I think that there is little difference. The inverted should be a bit higher simply because of the dependent position that one assumes to do this exercise.

Answered: Can i donate blood after receiving 13 units of blood 2 years ago

Surely if you feel fit. Then you should go for it. We should donate blood. By this you will save many life. By One blood package we can save four life. It is a divine work. We should participate. Our body recover this blood with in 24 hours. So there is no problem with donating blood. Cred Net ...
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When donating blood what happens to doners DNA in the recipient?

Interesting question. Here is the answer.

The same blood

Not necessarily, it might be the same as your mums.

Nothing but bright red fresh blood in toilet

Pooping out blood is not good could mean something is wrong and you need to see your docoter.

Blood

It take about 3 months for the body to replenish the blood. In general doctors recommend waiting 6 months between donations.