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The team recently got LaToya Sanders back after the forward missed the first five games of the season with anemia.
Friborg learns to love her sport After being diagnosed with iron deficiency and anemia last spring, Samantha Friborg wasn’t able to run the 800 meters for Acton-Boxborugh at the 2017 All-State meet.
Think of the 85-year-old with high cholesterol, anemia and arthritis.
Complications that threaten human life including swelling of the blood vessels in the brain, a build-up of fluid in the lungs, organ failure (of the kidneys, liver or spleen, anemia, and low blood sugar.
Protectively, many of those women have received chemotherapy, which can have devastating side effects, including anemia, a weakened immune system, hair loss, diarrhea, fatigue and memory loss.
Also, some women develop anemia (insufficient iron levels in the blood), which can cause shortness of breath as well as fatigue and headaches, Dr. Shepherd says.
Patients are at risk for stroke, eye disease, gallstones, bacterial infections, and anemia, among other health issues.
The amphibians are a crucial ingredient in a mysterious medicine the convent makes that is believed to cure coughs, asthma, and anemia, so the women breed the lizards in order to keep their tradition alive.
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ANEMIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anemia for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which a person has fewer red blood cells than normal and feels very weak and tired
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