If you have a blood type, you might find it easier to change it yourself, according to research.
Researchers at Melbourne University conducted a survey of more than 3,000 parents of newborn babies with blood types AB, BC, CF, MC and TG.
The results showed that if a newborn baby is born with one blood type and a parent is diagnosed with the other, it can be difficult for the baby to be assigned to a type-A family.
This is because it can make it difficult for them to feel they are the baby’s blood type.
Blood type has been used as a proxy for a baby’s health for decades.
It’s also the most common way parents can decide who their baby is and how they will be raised.ABC News contacted the ABC’s Victoria bureau for more information.
A spokesperson from the ABC says blood types are the best way to assess a baby, but parents need to talk to their doctor about their preferences.
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