Blood Plush Toy - Blood Stuffed Animal - Blood Donor Gift Blood, blood, blood -- we need it and we bleed it. ❤️Soft and snuggly blood drop is a the perfect pal to squeeze as you're giving or getting blood! ❤️ Delight your favorite hematologist, phlebotomist or blood donor with this 9.5" x 7" x 6" blood drop plush toy. Comes with a booklet pumped full of info all about this life-giving liquid! ❤️

How Does Blood Work - What does Blood do? - Blood Explained for Kids

Blood is a liquid that flows inside every inch of your body through a network of tubes called your circulatory system. Your blood carries fuel, food and messages inside your body. It also provides defense and removes waste. Your blood visits every single cell, making deliveries and taking out the trash. Blood cells trade oxygen — fuel that turns food into energy — for carbon dioxide, which the body doesn’t use. CO2 is sent to the lungs, exhaled, and eaten by trees. Your circulatory system is powered by a powerful pump -- your heart!

Blood Stuffed Toy - Blood Plush - Blood Stuffed Animal
A portion of profits on the blood plush toy will be donated to Partners in Health. They bring quality permanent health care to the most vulnerable all over the world, including a response to COVID19, which, we are learning more and more, creates dangerous life-threatening blood clots that threaten all organs in the body. For ages 3 and up. Handmade in China at an ethically certified factory. Meets and exceeds toy safety standards. ❤️

Blood Mug - Blood Donor Gift - Phlebotomist Gift - Blood Gift - Phlebotomy GiftKeep 'em guessing about what you're drinking. Throw some high-octane coffee in our cute new blood mug, toss in some red food coloring and maybe you can freak out your phlebotomist friends. Did you know what MGUS is an acronym for monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance --  a condition when abnormal proteins are found in the blood? Get your MGUS MUGS here.
Uterus Swimming in BloodOur uterus plush FINALLY is back in stock and ready for anything! Get your fresh uterus plush right here.
BoneThugsIt's the kind of question that our mothers harass us with. When we voice our answer, doctors stare at us disapprovingly. This is also the reason we avoid dietitians, or outright lie to nurses and grandmothers. When you're old, you won't want to move much anyway, right? What am I talking about? Calcium! It's National Osteoporosis Day, so in the spirit I calculated yesterday's calcium intake: Almost Zero (you know, if you count a piece of cake or 2 miscellaneous eggs). As much as I'd like to ignore this and pretend I get plenty of calcium, I don't want to have a hunchback at 60 years old. My great aunt is 90 and still travels the world! Talk about inspiring. So how do you get more calcium? And not just in your diet - how do you make sure it gets into your bones and stays there, after you're old and prone to falling from natural declines in your sense of balance? I'll give you a hint: dairy doesn't make your bones any less frail. So what are good sources of calcium, then? Click the link, or read on: leafy greens (especially kale), nuts (almonds!), seeds, soy, and white beans. See Whole Food's list for more ideas. Exercise is also great for strengthening bones, but it needs to be weight-bearing, like these workout ideas (floating in the pool doesn't count). Try yoga, running, or dancing! Do you have any favorite workouts or calcium-rich recipes?