What Blood Type Has The Highest Risk Of Heart Disease?
According to the findings of a 7-years study conducted by American scientists on 50000 participants, individuals with blood groups A, B, and AB, have an average 9% higher risk of death owing to difficulties with their health compared to those with blood group O.
The first group of participants were, on average, 15% more likely to die of heart disease as opposed to their blood group O counterparts.
In addition, respondents with blood group A, AB, or B were on average 55% more prone to stomach cancer-related death than those with blood group O.
According to the scientists, the results didn’t affect factors like gender, age, smoking, ethnic background, or socio-economic status.