Blood types – we’ve all got them, and yet do you really know what they are?
Why do they protect us from stomach flu?
Do they make us tasty to mosquitos?
And most importantly, why are they like doughnuts?
Jacinta Bowler is a science journalist at Cosmos Magazine.
In this episode of the podcast Huh? Science Explained, they’re going to help explain all the surprisingly sugary science about blood types.
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Originally published by Cosmos as What do sprinkled doughnuts, mosquitoes, and blue veins all have in common?
Jacinta Bowler is a science journalist at Cosmos. They have a undergraduate degree in genetics and journalism from the University of Queensland and have been published in the Best Australian Science Writing 2022.
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