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User MarxistLesbian — who notes that her arthritis and anemia are to blame for less-than-flawless lines — says the transformation happened through lots of repetition (sigh).
If all goes as planned, sometime next year researchers will be able to draw additional conclusions about mercury’s long-term legacy in the region, and how factors like malnutrition and anemia might magnify its toxic effects.
Signs of these problems may include changes in eyesight, severe or persistent muscle or joint pains, severe muscle weakness, low red blood cells (anemia), shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, feeling tired, or chest pain (myocarditis).
During the outbreak, 17 people were hospitalized due to the foodborne illness and one person developed hemolytic-uremic syndrome, a condition that can cause anemia, kidney failure, and a low blood platelet count.
Now 9, Bryce continues to struggle with chronic anemia, painful muscle spasms and range of motion issues.
Hair-pulling typically results in visible hair loss and psychological distress, while hair-eating can cause serious medical problems including anemia, abdominal pain, bowel obstruction or perforation, and internal bleeding.
Depression alone was the leading cause of disability in every region of the world except sub-Saharan Africa, and outranked the death and disability caused by anemia (a sign of malnutrition), heart disease, cancer, malaria and lung disease.
Low levels of lead in children's blood have been connected to lower IQs, slowed growth, behavioral problems, hearing issues and anemia, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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