July 13, 2017
The lifespan of a normal blood cell is about 120 days. The red blood cell is completely replaced in four to six weeks while white plasma is replaced within 24 hours. Chief Medical Officer, Columbia Asia Hospital - Petaling Jaya, Dr. Jonathan S. Nair, shares about the types of blood and its functions; as well as food that encourages a healthy blood production.
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