History of Japanese Blood Typing

History of Japanese Blood Typing

April 29, 2013

This infographic looks at the history of Japanese blood typing which was first identified by Karl Landsteiner back in 1900. Blood typing research started becoming popular in Japan in 1927 when Takeju Furukawa published “The Study of Temperament Through Blood Type.” Check out this infographic for more information on blood typing and the four blood […]

Blood Donation Myths

Blood Donation Myths

March 29, 2013

Donating blood as critical as it is in saving the lives of so many who depend on it has always been linked to certain beliefs and myths which hold back so many from doing so. Here’s the truth behind some of these myths which need to be popped. Source

Blood Facts

Blood Facts

October 27, 2012

This infographics shows blood facts, it’s purpose and use in the body. Source

10 Common Misconceptions Dispelled

10 Common Misconceptions Dispelled

October 26, 2012

Here are 10 common misconceptions by people like muscle turns to fat if you stop exercising, red juice in raw meat is blood, ostrichs hide their heads in the sand and many more. Source

Facts About Blood

Facts About Blood

September 15, 2012

Most people know the four blood types, A, B, AB, and O but lesser known are the Japanese personality traits associated with each blood type. This infographic contains blood related facts such as blood donation requirements, diseases requiring blood donations, and more.

Jeff Saturday Shares Some Facts About Blood Donation

Jeff Saturday Shares Some Facts About Blood Donation

July 26, 2012

Here are some facts about blood donation: Each of us carries one of four general blood categories: O, A, B, or AB. Within each category, blood then is labeled RH positive or negative. Source

Africa

Africa’s War with Blood Diamonds

July 23, 2012

An infographic on conflict diamonds showing a timeline along with general statistics. Source

SAW Statistics

SAW Statistics

June 11, 2012

SAW is a series of seven gore films in which victim are captured and subjected to a variety of life threatening tests, challenges, and traps. It may seem like a simple blood-fest, but some say that there are some moral lessons to be learned by watching the films. This infographic takes inventory of the traps […]

Red Cross: 2011 Disaster Response Statisti...

Red Cross: 2011 Disaster Response Statisti…

May 28, 2012

The American red Cross is where people mobilize to help their neighbors – across the street, across the country, and across the world- in emergencies. Each year, in communities large and small, victims of some 70,000 disasters turn to neighbors familiar and new – with more than half a million volunteers and 35,000 employees of […]

Stroke - How much impact does it have on the UK

Stroke – How much impact does it have on the UK

May 17, 2012

Stroke causes damage to the brain, and is the third most common cause of death in the UK. This infographic pulls together stats on how much impact stroke has on the UK, based on information from stroke.org.uk. Source