Referred as ‘farmers’ in some descriptions, Type A’s are said to be considerate of others and loyal to a fault.
They can also be secretive and reluctant to share their feelings.
A study published last week suggests that men with type O are four times less likely to experience impotence than men with blood types A, B or AB.
Fewer than half of English adults know their blood type, according to the NHS Blood and Transplant service, and many of us only find it out when we give blood.
The idea then spread outward and took root elsewhere, primarily in Taiwan and South Korea.
Following are the personality traits ascribed to the basic blood types: A, B, AB and O.
you are more likely to be asked, “What’s your blood type?
” Linking blood types to personalities allegedly goes back to the 1920’s in Japan with the concept being resuscitated in the 1970’s by a Japanese writer, Masahiko Nomi.