How thick or thin your blood is depends on many factors. Red blood cells ...
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People whose blood is too thin are prone to excessive bleeding that is potentially
dangerous. Those with thin blood lack sufficient platelets, which are cell ...
Mar 5, 2013 ... Keep your blood thin and you will live longer! Your circulation is the life blood to
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Thrombocytopenia is also known as 'thin blood', and is characterized by a drop in
the amount of platelets in the blood. Whereas the normal levels of platelets are ...
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Jan 9, 2015 ... Learn to modify your diet & incorporate foods that thin your blood, or thicken it.
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Feb 1, 2013 ... It doesn't get as much attention as cholesterol or blood pressure, but blood
viscosity, or blood thickness, plays an important role in heart health.