Answer: It will for a while, once the weather, insects & soil microbes there there toll on the blood the smell will go away and you would have to reapply. There is a product out there called Deer Guard you only have to apply it once every 4 months weather does not effect it. It is worth looking into.
Answer: Yes. Blood types are only partially dependant on the parents blood type. The parents geneology is more important and only one parent with the recessive negative rh gene can pass it to a child. as for the type (A, B, AB, O) that again is dependant on the genetics of both parents. It is easily possible. If you are in doubt get a DNA test done. There are many hospitals and clinics who will for this for an affordable, if not free, price.
Answer: You could also ask why it went up. You may have been anxious or stressed when the measurement read 158/100. Get a series of readings, if possible using a home monitor, this will give you a better idea of your usual level. The level of 110/73 is fine and you may find that this is your usual level.
Answer: Acidosis is a condition in which the blood pH is too low, i.e. there is too high a concentration of protons. Thus the goal in treating acidosis is to lower the concentration of protons by treating with a mild base, usually sodium bicarbonate.
Answer: Different blood groups exists. Some of them incompatible. Transfusion is very complicated procedure. "Transfusion medicine is a specialized branch of hematology that is concerned with the study of blood groups, along with the work of a blood bank to provide a transfusion service for blood and other blood products. Across the world, blood products must be prescribed by a medical doctor (licensed physician or surgeon) in a similar way as medicines."
Answer: This is the grossest thing ever but I am treating a verruca on mytoe with sacylic acid and last night, the scab came of the top ofit. I was sleepy so I put the scab in a can of coke beside my bed.In the middle of the night I DRANK SOME OF THE COKE, swallowed abit and then spat the rest out after realising :( I didnt swallowthe scab, but Im worried the acidic drink had soaked the verrucaand I also know sacilyc acid is poisonous if you swallow it. Myquestion is, will I get a verruca in my throat or mouth and getsick from the gel? This is so embarrassing and worrying
Answer: Having your teeth cleaned involves scraping underneath the gumline with a metal tool. This can release pockets of bacteria that were hiding up in there. While a healthy normal person can fight off this bacteria, a person who is getting a blood transfusion is a lot more vulnerable to infection. The potential donor may have seen no trouble after getting the dental work, but if his blood were given to someone already weak and sick it could kill them.
Answer: At the year round store. They have one in each state, usually in the smallest town for incognito-ism. I do suggest you go back to school with your money to learn about redundancy though. Good luck to you in life. Actually, You can but them in many different States.