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American Heart Association: “Blood type may influence heart disease risk.”
Kidshealth.org: “Blood Types.”
LiveScience.com: “What’s the Most Common Blood Type?”
National Center for Biotechnolgy Information: “Blood type diets lack supporting evidence: a systematic review.”
NHS Choices: “Rhesus disease.”
Red Cross: “Learn About Blood Types.”
University of Vermont: “Alexander’s and Cushman’s Study Finds Blood Type and Memory Loss Link.”
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