Is the AB - Blood Type the worst type to have? ?

My Mom had once said that AB - Blood Types are one of the worst types to have, because they are more prone to illnesses and get sick a lot. Is this true? 

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Type O blood seems to provide greater resistance to heart attacks and strokes, as well as dementia. Some interesting articles: https://www.sharecare.com/health/wellness-healthy-... http://www.njabbp.org/blog/2017/8/18/we-should-all... https://www.huffpost.com/entry/blood-type-brain_n_...

  • 4 weeks ago

    I have found that as an AB positive type, I have low stomach acid, I am on the mellow side, and my cognitive abilities are easily imbalanced by bad air and poisons like nicotine and smoke.

    I remember a co-worker I had, I felt comfortable around him. He was mellow like me, a smoker, and a little on the forgetful side. I asked him if he was AB blood type and he just silently nodded his head looking at me with a sort of surprised and fascinated look. I told him I can just tell hehe cause I'm blood type AB as well.

    My exgf is AB negative. She's not the brightest, and she's mellow too. She has that AB aura.

    Another fun thing. I always found former President Kennedy's demeanor appealing when I see video footage of him. Turns out he's type AB also. You think about it, Kennedy had a calm and composed energy about himself.

    Blood type is a pretty big deal imo. Japan especially regards it as something of significance in matchmaking. There's even a Japanese cartoon series with characters for each blood type with corresponding personalities Lol.

    • Anonymous3 weeks agoReport

      Oops, you're most likely right about JFK. Just googled it, there's some misinformation out there. Some sources say he's AB, others say O. Didn't think something as simple as a famous person's blood type would have mixed answers across the web Lol..

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    4 weeks ago

    That means the prevalence of certain blood types varies widely in different parts of the world. However, in the United States, AB-negative is considered to be the rarest blood type, and O-positive the most common.

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