Jun 28, 2002-- Men who donate blood have a 30% reduced risk of heart disease compared to those who do not. The difference is attributed to reduced levels of iron following blood donation. (Source: David Meyers, M.D., University of Kansas, in the 'Heart' journal) (1160 reads)
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The heart has reasons which the reason cannot understand.
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