AIDS has taken the lives of more than 40 million people. World AIDS Day is run yearly to push for more effective programs and policies to fight it.
You can prepare for donating blood by knowing what happens before, during, and after you donate. Local blood banks may have different requirements, but there are four main steps in most states.
A blood transfusion happens every two seconds in the U.S. About 38% of the population in the U.S. are eligible to donate blood, but only 10% do. Join National Blood Donor Month and save lives!
It is essential to know your blood type for several reasons, such as your health, emergency situations, and the well-being of others.