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relating to anemia or suffering from anemia

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lacking vigor or energy

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Children in rural areas are more likely to be anaemic (56.5pc) than in urban areas (48.9pc),' she said, adding that a significant number of children also suffered from deficiencies of various vitamins and minerals important for mental and physical growth.
The objective of this study was to determine if anaemic mothers have more poor perinatal outcomes like preterm birth, low birth weight, poor APGAR score value and still birth than nonanaemic mothers.
A large proportion of hospitalised children less than 5 years of age were found anaemic. Prevalence of anaemia was more among infants and malnourished children.
67.2% never consumed fruits and 98.6% of them were found to be anaemic. 0.8% (4/449) of women ate fruits everyday n all were found to be anaemic.
Newborn babies with gestational age more than 32 weeks, babies of birth weight more than 1.5 kg but less than 2.0 kg, anaemic mothers with haemoglobin less than 7.0 gm/dL and more than 10.0 gm/dL, anaemic mother treated with blood transfusion and newborn babies with post conception age less than 3 weeks were excluded from the study.
Washington DC [USA], November 19 ( ANI ): Beware if you are trying to lose weight with the recently-introduced 'Calories In, Calories Out' (CiCo) diet, as according to experts because of the low nutrient value, a person is more likely to become anaemic and deficient in a host of vitamins and minerals.
The court was told they are severely anaemic and the mother has not objected to them being induced later in the week.
In the present study, the total sample size was 202 and out of these 153 (75.74%) were found anaemic, the remaining being non-anaemic.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), around 2 billion people, amounting to over 30% of the world's population, are anaemic. Sideropaenia (iron deficiency) is the most common cause of anaemia.
[1] Global estimates of childhood anaemia indicate that 293.1 million children aged <5 years are anaemic worldwide, with 28.5% of these living in sub-Saharan Africa.
The screensaver is an anaemic man; and it plays The Birdie Song to signal a message.
As per a recent survey, around 58 per cent of pregnant women in the country are anaemic, with the prevalence of the deficiency being greater in rural women than their urban counterparts.
The majority of the anaemic (27%) were in the 12-20 years' age group and least in the group above 60 years.
In fact it seems as if the cream of British acting talent has undergone a form of collective madness to team up for such an anaemic horror.