Black Men In Public Space Essay

872 words - 3 pages

Salwa Abdulla
Blood DonationSpecific Purpose: To persuade the audience to donate blood regularly if their blood is safe to be transferred to another human being.Central Idea: Donating blood helps save lives through a relatively simple and painless process that also provides numerous benefits to the donor.IntroductionI. Imagine your father has just suffered a heart attack and must undergo open-heart surgery in order to repair the damage.A. Imagine your little nephew or niece baby was born with a heart defect and required daily transfusions of blood in order to have a chance at survival.B. According to The Blood Center of Wisconsin more than 38,000 blood donations are needed every day.II. According to American Red Cross every three seconds, someone in the United States needs blood.A. You may not always see their faces, but the adults and children you help with your gift of blood are very real.B. I am going to try and persuade you to donate blood and save a life.BodyI. You will be benefit by donating blood is as good for your health as it is for the receiver!A. You will be able to feel the Joy of Saving Human Lives.1. It is such a wonderful feeling being able to help doctors save human lives because according to bloodsource.com every time you donate blood you can save up to three people life.2. According to American Red Cross the blood you donate is divided into various components according to the needs of patients.Each component can be used by different recipients for various purposes3. Beneficial for weight watchers, you will burn 650 calories with every pint , which losing weight is an exciting out-come its self.B. You will be eligible for a Free Health Check-up.1. You can donate blood only if you are fit enough to do so.2. But before every blood donation process, a series of health check upsare performed on the donor totally free of cost.3. The blood and blood products that are derived from youare screened for certain infections and you can choose to be informed if they find any abnormality in those screening tests.C. Donating blood can benefit you by reducing your risk of heart disease.1. According to studies published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, blood donors are 88% less likely to suffer a heart attack and 33% less likely to suffer any type of cardiovascular event.2. It has this affect by reducing iron levels which can thicken blood `and increase free-radical damage.3. It has this affect by reducing iron levels...

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