All Blood Health Topics

Low White Blood Cell Count

A low white blood cell count means you're open to serious infections. It is important to learn why your white blood cell count is falling and what you can do about it.

LEARN MORE

How to Remove Plaque from Arteries Naturally

Learning how to remove plaque from arteries naturally can possibly save you from costly medical procedures or even safe your life. Certain foods, herbs, exercise and healthy lifestyle can help to melt away plaque, improve circulation and strengthen arteries naturally.

LEARN MORE

Natural Blood Thinners

There are several natural blood thinners including vitamin E, water, omega-3s and more. Those that are at risk for clotting or are at risk for circulatory disorders can take advantage of these items to improve their overall circulation.

LEARN MORE

How to Increase White Blood Cells

In order to maintain a healthy immune system, normal white cell count is very important. By avoiding the habits and foods discussed in this article and by consuming the foods that are beneficial, you can increase your white blood cell count

LEARN MORE

High Neutrophils

Neutrophils are the most common type of white blood cells which fight inflammation and injury. To have high neutrophils someone must have a level greater than 8000 and here are some of the most common causes of this.

LEARN MORE

PSA Levels

A PSA test is used to screen men for prostate cancer. There are limitations on how well a PSA test works. It is very important to understand normal PSA levels and how to interpret high PSA level.

LEARN MORE

Low Hct

Low Hct signifies a reduction in the number of red blood cells in the blood. This may be due to various factors, the most common of which is anemia related to iron deficiency.

LEARN MORE

RDW-CV and RDW-SD

RDW can be a confusing term for those who aren’t in the medical profession. These are the basics on what it is, how it works and what you and your doctor can learn from the final numbers.

LEARN MORE

What Do White Blood Cells Do?

Divided in to a number of sub-categories, the white cells are the most important component of our immune system and are responsible for safeguarding the body from invading cells of the bacteria and parasites that can cause an infection.

LEARN MORE

What Does a Low MPV Mean?

Having a low MPV is not a good sign and it means that you are in danger of losing a lot of blood if you get injured because your platelet count is low. A number of reasons can be held responsible for this.

LEARN MORE