1. One pint of donated blood can save up to 3 lives.
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  2. The blood you donate is sold on the open market and it's a US$4.5 billion per year industry.
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  3. Someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds.
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  4. A newborn baby has about one cup of blood in his body.
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  5. It would take 1,200,000 mosquitoes, each sucking once, to completely drain the average human of blood.
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  6. HP Printer black ink is more expensive than blood.
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  7. Only female
    mosquitoes
    drink blood.
    Males are vegetarians.
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  8. There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in an adult human body.
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  9. James Harrison has donated blood over 1,000 times saving over 2 million unborn babies from Rhesus disease.
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  10. Your heart will pump nearly
    1.5 million barrels of blood
    during your lifetime, enough to
    fill 200 train tank cars.
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  11. Pregnant women have about 50% more blood by week 20 of pregnancy than they did before they conceived.
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  12. A red blood cell can make a complete circuit of your body in 30 seconds.
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  13. Coconut water can be used (in emergencies) as a substitute for blood plasma.
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  14. Our bodies contain about 0.2 milligrams of gold, most of it in our blood.
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  15. 8%
    of your body weight is in your blood.
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  16. Mosquitoes prefer blood type "O" to any other.
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  17. The Bororo people of Brazil are one of the few groups of people where all have the same blood type: "O".
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  18. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Europeans including royalty, priests and scientists, routinely ingested remedies containing human bones, blood and fat as medicine for everything from headaches to epilepsy.
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  19. Every year, the average meat-eating American ingests more than enough blood to fill a soda can.
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  20. The weird bright dots you see floating when you look at the sky are your white blood cells.
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  21. Spiders, lobsters and snails have blue blood due to the presence of hemocyanin which contains copper.
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  22. White blood cells make up about 1% of your blood.
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  23. Swedish blood donors first recieve a 'Thank you' text when they initially donate blood, but they also recieve a text whenever their blood is used to help someone.
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  24. A Russian scientist attempted to achieve immortality by transfusing his blood with that of young people. He died after accidentally transfusing his blood with that of a malaria victim.
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  25. The iron in our blood and the calcium in our bones come from ancient explosions of giant stars.
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  26. Sulfhemoglobinemia is a condition
    where a person develops green blood.
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