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The ratio of iodine deficiency in upper areas is high as compared to low lying localities therefore awareness should be created among the residents of such places where reports of iodine deficiency are being received, he added.
Keywords: Anemia, Febrile Seizures, Ferritin, Iron deficiency anemia.
Iron deficiency anemia in pregnancy is also associated with weakness, fatigue and drowsiness.
KEYWORDS: Cholestasis, Hyperbilirubinemia, Vitamin B12 deficiency.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women might have an increased risk for iron deficiency. This is because there is an increased blood volume, which in effect requires that more iron is used for oxygen transport to the baby.
The most common hematological abnormalities in copper deficiency are anemia and neutropenia.
However, on March 1, 2016, the BIR issued a final notice demanding payment of deficiency income tax for taxable year 2014 amounting to P100,000.
Key Words: Iron deficiency anemia, Febrile seizures
In combined Factor V and Factor VIII deficiency, PT and aPTT are found to be prolonged, but FV prolongs both PT and aPTT, while FVIII prolongs only aPTT.
Hardly 25% of the population understands the implications of vitamin deficiency and even less people do something about it before they fall prey to the irreversible damage of these deficiencies.
Zinc deficiency in humans is the fifth major cause of disease and deaths in these countries.
Constipation is very common problem in children because of fiber deficiency. Kids need fiber to help keep their digestive system in tip top shape and prevent constipation.
The Study: In this Canadian study, the records of nearly 1,650 healthy urban children were analyzed for duration of breastfeeding, iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia.
Research presented at APHA's 140th Annual Meeting suggests a new screening method may be more effective at catching iron deficiency among infants.
The Eleventh Circuit, reversing the Tax Court, held that the filing of a Tax Court petition "was a proceeding in respect of the deficiency" for purposes of Sec.