Is it true that the blood in a humans vein is actually blue before it gets in contact with oxygen?

Answer Blood is *never* blue. Blood is described as dark red (venous) or bright red (arterial). Our veins look blue because we are looking at them *through* our skin. The blood inside them is dark red ... Read More »

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Are there any foods that actually get rid of plaque in the blood?

hmmm... I'm not sure what is the exact target of your question, but I'll try to answer.Plaque buildup is due to cholesterol in the blood. So, if you're asking about getting rid of cholesterol, I'm... Read More »

I cut my finger & my blood is blue?

Is the original color of blood blue or red?

De-oxygenated blood, or dirty blood, is always dark red, resulting in the appearance of the color blue. Blood inside the skin or outside is always the color red, never blue.References:MadSci Networ... Read More »

What channel to see blue blood on direct tv?

If you're talking about the miniature giraffe commercial, I think the girl in the silver dress is fashion model Ganna Makeeva.