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Happy New Year! Tis the season to make New Year’s resolutions. Many of us, including me, will be making the resolution to get fit and exercise more. Another goal is to help make a positive difference in someone’s life. This means donating my blood and time to help those in need.
Blood supply is especially short during the winter season, as many people are busy with the holidays and traveling. With January being National Blood Donor Month, this is the perfect time to give blood or pledge to give blood.
Did you know a pint of donated blood can help the lives of three people? By donating blood, you can help save the life of a new mother experiencing heavy hemorrhaging after childbirth, a young child with anemia, and someone with cancer.
Who can give blood?
There are general requirements a person must meet before being allowed to donate blood:
How can you donate blood?
Donating blood is pretty simple. First, find a donation opportunity near you. You can search here or sign up at a local clinic or blood drive. Many blood drives and blood donation centers also accept walk-in appointments.
How can you prepare to donate blood?
If you’re a first time donor, here are some tips to make the donation process successful:
What other ways can you help?
If you are not eligible to donate blood, you can still help in other ways by:
More than 41,000 blood donations are needed each day, according to the Red Cross. Hopefully this year, you can find the time and courage to join the 9.2 million American men and women who give blood to help save lives.
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