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The popularity of exit velocity this season has been reinforced by circumstance — barring a severe outbreak of anemia, major league batters will hit more home runs this season than any other year on record.
Underlying conditions like anemia, hypertension, diabetes and obesity seem to be more prevalent among Black women.
The product—a micronutrient powder called MixMe—was a simple, low-cost antidote to the malnutrition and anemia that afflicted the camp’s 50,000 residents.
Her habit of picking up a bag of ice at Sonic on her way to work suddenly made sense—craving ice is a symptom of anemia.
Traditionally considered a blood tonic for treating ailments like anemia, ejiao was rebranded as a consumer item in the 1990s, ramping up prices and sales.
The condition causes chronic anemia, which can lead to pale skin and fatigue.
Symptoms include severe digestive symptoms, anemia, fatigue, joint pain, migraines and an itchy rash, according to celiac.org.
Pregnant women and pre-menopausal women who still get their periods are at the highest risk of iron deficiency and iron-deficiency anemia, both of which can cause such problems as fatigue and severe neurological damage.
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First Known Use: 1800See Words from the same year
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