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Author: jbjorck One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 5550  
Subject: Re: A holiday idea Date: 12/19/2000 1:06 AM
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I whole-HEART-edly concur. (I heard that giving blood regularly may actually help reduce the risk of heart disease. I'm not positive if this is true, but it sure sounds good!)

What a great post! Indeed, TIME is almost always more valuable than $$, and blood is priceless.

As a Foolish way to make the most of your blood "investment," remember not to take any aspirin or ibuprofen products for a few days before donating. Otherwise, they can only use your platelets. This is still helpful, but it is even better if they can use ALL of your blood. So unless you need to take these medications on a daily basis, remember to NOT take them, and your blood will go farther!


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