I think pretty much everyone loses money from the blinds: it's a forced bet and you don't have positional advantage postflop. Like Ronaldadio pointed, many people see too many flops in the blinds, calling with all sorts of ridiculous hands in order to "catch". In reality, you'll pretty much only have the flop to improve your hand, and you should catch the nuts or near nuts.
Let's say you have 1 limper in a 6max game (button). You're in the SB and look at 9h8h. You complete, BB check.
What do you do now? that 98 looked apetizing before the flop, but now it's a mess. Since you'll hit your flush approx. 33% of the time, you need 3 people in to come out on top and always give proper odds in the long run. You check hoping to raise and buy a free card on the turn, BB bets, button folds, you raise, he calls. Turn is Jc. BB doesn't slow down and bets. You pretty much have to fold here since the pot is small and you'll have to pay a BB to draw to your flush and villain range to check in the BB includes small pp, a small ace or even overcards with smallish kickers that have paired (K6,K5, etc.). Also, you don't have very good implied odds since he'll probably only check his marginal holding if the flush hits, so you stand to pay 1BB (and invest more than 1:4) to get maybe 1BB more on the river.
Even in NL, these type of hands on this flop texture can cost a bundle because you only have a gutshot and a draw to a beatable flush. Your hand is an underdog to many and probably should've been folded preflop because there wasn't a lot of people in the pot (to give you monnies if you hit and to insure you get proper odds to call, at least in limit).
The way I try to minimize my loss is to either fold or raise in the small blind and insure I only play hands that warrant raising. I'll limp when there's a ton of people in and I have suited connectors or the like. BB, same thing.
You just have to be selective of the hands, players and spot you play in the blinds.