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Astronauts are losing 3 million red blood cells every second in space
A new study suggests that astronauts may experience space anemia much longer than previously thought.
COVID might be linked to more blood clots than we thought
A new study suggests the coronavirus itself causes blood clots more than we realized.
Searching in vein: a history of artificial blood
For centuries scientists have sought an artificial substitute for blood. Equipped with modern nanotechnology and a humbler strategy, bioengineers think they’re closer than ever.
Please don’t pay $8,000 for an infusion of young blood
There are so many better ways to spend your money.
Finding enough donors with this girl’s rare blood type is next to impossible
There’s a lot more to blood type than A/B/O.
Supercharged blood helps some dolphins dive 1,000 meters
They also might be better equipped to adapt to climate change.
What is sickle cell disease?
The disease that primarily affects African Americans in the United States still has no cure.
Drugs Disguised As Blood Cells Could Kill Cancer
Like guerrilla warriors making a sneak attack on tumors
There Are Way More Blood Types Than You Think
Researchers at the University of Vermont have discovered two new proteins on red blood cells that confirm the testable existence...
Researchers Capture “Natural Killer” White Blood Cells in Action in Highest Resolution Ever
Researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Oxford have pioneered a new technique to see exactly how our...