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Iron deficiency and cardiovascular disease

Iron deficiency is very common worldwide, and has detrimental effects in individuals with cardiovascular disease. Correction of iron deficiency via intravenous iron supplementation results in symptoma...

Iron Pearl Millet Reverses Iron Deficiency in Children

A new study has shown that pearl millet bred to be richer in iron was able to reverse iron deficiency in school-aged children in India in six months. Lack of iron can impair cognitive development and ...

Iron deficiency in children resolved by biofortified pearl millet

Anemia affects more than 1.6 billion people worldwide, and iron deficiency is the leading cause of the condition. Pearl millet bred with 2 to 4 times more iron than conventional varieties could offer ...

Iron deficiency in COPD patients could point to new treatment approach

Iron deficiency is more common in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease than in those without the lung condition, finds new research.

USPSTF: Evidence Lacking for Iron Deficiency Screening

The new USPSTF draft recommendations for screening and treating iron deficiency anemia in pregnant women and young children mirror the group's earlier recommendations. Medscape Medical News

'Share a Coke' makes a return

Ryan ChavisTwenty-ounce bottles of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero will feature 1,000 of the most popular name in the country — four times the number of names featured in the 2014’ wild...

Evidence for iron deficiency screening "inadequate," US panel concludes

The evidence to support routine screening of asymptomatic pregnant women and children for iron deficiency anemia is inadequate, the US Preventive Services Task Force has found.The task force is an... ...

C. difficile needs iron, but not too much: Insights into maintaining it 'just right'

(American Society for Microbiology) Those bacteria that require iron walk a tightrope. Iron is essential for their growth, but too much iron can damage DNA and enzymes through oxidation. Therefore, ba...

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Iron-Deficiency Anemia.

Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common form of anemia in the world. This article reviews the global nature of the disease, iron homeostasis in normal and iron-deficient states, clinical findings, t...

The impact of maternal iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia on child's health.

Iron deficiency anemia is extremely common, particularly in the developing world, reaching a state of global epidemic. Iron deficiency during pregnancy is one of the leading causes of anemia in infant...

Comparative Evaluation of Iron Deficiency among Obese and Non-obese Children.

Obese children are at the risk of micronutrient deficiency especially iron deficiency. Given the importance of iron deficiency in this age group and considering the existing discrepancies, present stu...

Iron deficiency in infancy: is an immigrant more at risk?

Iron deficiency with or without anaemia is the most common deficiency in the world. Its prevalence is higher in developing countries and in low socioeconomic populations. We aimed at determining and c...

Comparison of ferrous sulfate, polymaltose complex and iron-zinc in iron deficiency anemia.

The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of different oral iron preparations in children with iron deficiency anemia (IDA).

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