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Sylvia Olivier tells her first experience of Giving Blood for the American Red Cross. Blood, cookies, high school angst… everything a good blog post needs. Read it here: http://sylviaolivier.wordpress.com/2012/12/01/please-give-blood/

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Blood and Car Accidents

A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 pints of blood.” says Aradia Mistwood of her self-titled blog. This month she is discussing Blood Donation for the Concerned Bloggers Association. You can read her full post here: http://aradiamistwood.com/?p=2689

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44,000 blood donations every 2 seconds

In the U.S. every two seconds someone needs blood and more than 44,000 blood donations are needed every day.” That is a whole lot of blood. Spoiled Mahogany writes her in blog, SpoilednFr3sh, about why giving blood is SO important. You can read the full post here and find out how to qualify for giving blood: http://spoilednfr3sh.wordpress.com/2012/11/24/want-to-save-3-lives-you-can-by-donating-blood/

There will be more on Blood Donation from the Concerned Bloggers Association all month. If you would like to see us discuss a topic near and dear to you: just let us know! We would love to hear from you.

Bravery + Holding Hands = Strength

According to the NHS Give Blood website, 96% of us in England and North Wales rely on the other 4% to give blood. That doesn’t really seem right, does it?Kitti Wytchwood says in her most recent blog post about Giving Blood. Admittedly, if you’re a bit weak in the knees when it comes to blood donation it is a hard thing to do. However, going with a friend really makes it all worth it: http://kittiwytchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/something-to-say-lets-be-brave-together.html

More on Blood Donation from the Concerned Bloggers Association all month. If you would like to see us discuss a topic near and dear to you: just let us know! We would love to hear from you.