Mind Numbing Facts About Rare Blood Group Named After A City

A person with new & rare blood group is found in Lok Samparn Raktdan laboratory, Surat, Gujarat. The person’s blood group doesn’t match with any other A, B, O, AB and also Bombay Blood Group or also called as HH Blood Group. The new blood group is named as INRA; the first 2 letters represent India (IN) & the next two name of the person (RA).… Read More

6 Frequently Asked Questions About Treatment And First Aid For Meningitis?

First Aid For Meningitis Meningitis Meningitis is an infection/inflammation of the membranes that covers the brain and the spinal cord. Meningitis can be either bacterial, viral or rarely fungal infection. Anyone can get meningitis, but babies and kids are most at risk. Meningitis may become very serious. So, if you suspect someone suffering from meningitis you must call emergency medical help immediately.… Read More

4 Different Types of Blood Donations You Never Knew

Types of Blood donations Did you know when you choose to donate blood at donation centers; there are different types of donations you can give? The best type of donation for each individual depends on their blood type, physical characteristics, personal preferences, gender and the availability of convenient donation. Giving the right type of donation helps ensure the best use of your valuable contribution.… Read More

Bombay Blood Group or HH Blood Group – The rarest blood Group

Bombay Blood Group- The Rarest blood Group What is Bombay Blood Group?? Bombay blood group or HH Blood Group is a rare blood group type that was first discovered in a patient of Bombay (Mumbai), India in the year 1952. It is a rare condition and has been reported in 1 of 10,000 individuals in India and 1 in a million people in Europe.… Read More

Give mankind the greatest gift. Donate blood!!

Millions of people owe their lives to people whom they will never know or meet in their lifetime. They are none other than those people, who have donated their blood freely and without any reward – voluntary blood donors. Voluntary unpaid donors are the foundation of a safe blood supply which saves millions of human beings from the jaws of untimely death.… Read More