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Blood Health

What Are the Side Effects of High Blood Sugar Levels?

High blood sugar, also known as hyperglycemia, occurs when the body has too little insulin, or cannot use it properly. Common caus...

High Platelet Levels in the Blood

Platelets are created in your bone marrow and are an important component of blood clot formation. They are stored in the spleen, b...

Four Functions of the Spleen

The lymphatic system has the responsibility of keeping you alive and healthy. The spleen, which is in the upper left abdominal are...

Cardiac Cell Functions

The heart functions as the motor of the circulatory system, which consists of the heart, blood vessels and blood. The heart pumps ...

Normal Oxygen Saturation for Infants

Normal Oxygen Saturation for Infants. The health of an infant is assessed in various ways, including observation and measurement o...

Signs & Symptoms of Low Blood Circulation

Signs & Symptoms of Low Blood Circulation. Low blood circulation usually indicates arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries....

What Are the Functions of Antibodies & Antigens Binding?

Antibodies are a type of specialized protein generated by the immune system. Antibodies each contain two heavy chain proteins, whi...

Blood Transfusion Procedures

A blood transfusion is a common procedure in which a donor’s blood is infused into the patient’s blood to help replace...

What Are the Causes of Low White Blood Cell Count & Weight Loss?

White blood cells, also called leukocytes, function to protect the body from foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. Five m...

Broken Blood Vessels in the Brain

A broken blood vessel in the brain is known as a hemorrhagic stroke. Roughly 10 to 15 percent of all first strokes are the result ...
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