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Aqi29 Aug 2
Repost πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ Some nutritional facts about your favorite food, eat healthy stay healthy Eid ul ADHA starts with KALEJI. If you are suffering from , then do add kaleji in your diet. Yes! Kaleji is Love😍. But…
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ReNue Austin 19h
Are You Possibly Anemic? Need an iron boost? Treatment for anemia includes maintaining proper levels of this mineral. Fight anemia with these 4 must-have foods packed with iron.
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Atanas G. Atanasov Jul 30
Prevalence and Predictive Value of Anemia and Dysregulated Iron Homeostasis in Patients with COVID-19 Infection Other social media channels:
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Sanjay Chauhan Aug 2
As per NFHS, 53 % of the women are Anemic On the auspicious occasion of Rakshabhandhan, let's protect our sisters from
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Rizwan Khan 18h
Anemia Symptoms and treatment
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Nova Gastro Jul 27
DonΒ’t assume just because youΒ’re tired that you have . If youΒ’ve been told that you cannot donate blood due to low hemoglobin (a sign of anemia), make an appointment with your GI doctor, or gastroenterologist.
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IJPAM Jul 31
Prevalence of and profile among children and adolescent with low socio-economic status To access the full article, please visit:
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LifeSurge Jul 31
Brought to you by Hemosurge (Iron) from LifeSurge Biosciences Pvt Ltd. This is for your information only and you need to consult your doctor before using this product.
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ReNuePlaza Jul 30
Living With Anemia Anemia is the lack of sufficient red blood cells in the body. Symptoms include fatigue, changes in mood, and shortness of breath.
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Random42 Scientific Jul 31
This Mechanism of Disease (MoD) animation for Cold Agglutinin Disease (CAD), a rare form of autoimmune hemolytic anemia, concisely illustrates the pathway of this disease in the human body. Find out more:
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Avicenna J of Med Aug 1
Giant-neglected ’s ulcer associated with perioperative blood loss
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The Curable Recipes Aug 1
Replying to @CurableSmoothie
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fwobgyndoctor Jul 28
Understanding The Risks Of Iron-Deficiency Anemia Heavy bleeding, celiac disease, and poor nutrition are leading risk factors of iron-deficiency anemia. Medication and dietary changes can ease the symptoms.
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Wild Radbit Aug 2
Eating tomatoes.
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🌸Bubbly G in NICU Jul 28
K. Bolte, RF Maier > Survey on clinical use & non-use of recombinant human erythropoietin in European neonatal units S:16 πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ + 63 πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί -rhEPO is used for the  🩸& off label x / HIE πŸ§ β„. Read by QxMD
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Laura Lee Carter Aug 1
According to the World Health Organization, or iron deficiency is by far the most common and widespread nutritional disorder worldwide, with an estimated one billion people affected. via
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Pharmics Nutrition 5h
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Am Soc Nephrology Jul 30
Efficacy and Safety of Daprodustat Compared with Darbepoetin Alfa in Japanese Patients with
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Andrew (Kehotik) Jul 27
Another weird sleep. Must look further into this.
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Cochrane UK Aug 1
Does adding iron to wheat flour reduce anaemia and increase iron levels in the general population? New systematic review from includes nine trials, involving 3166 participants.
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