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Anaemia in older adults is a global medical issue because of its high prevalence rate and associated mortality and morbidity. Anaemia has been found in the range of 8-44% with the highest occurrence in men who are 85 years...
Anaemia is a major public health problem in India. According to the WHO, there are two billion people suffering from anaemia in the world. 50% of the cases of anaemia are due to iron deficiency. The prevalence of anaemia...
Anaemia in the elderly is a major public health problem. 164 million of the older adults in India, that is 23.9% of the total geriatric population, suffer from anaemia. It is a major cause of concern because it increases...
Folic Acid Folic acid is very essential for the production of red blood cells in your body. Green leafy vegetables, groundnut, eggs, mushroom, green peas and beans, whole wheat foods, potatoes, lentils (dal), meat, millets (bajra, jowar), jaggery, cabbage, turnip,...
What is Lymphoma? Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cells that are present in the lymph nodes and other organs like spleen, etc. and are important for local as well as systemic immunity. The lymphocytes are of two main types: ...
What is Anaemia? Anaemia is a condition when the blood is unable to transport oxygen, in quantities required by the body tissues and this oxygen is transported by haemoglobin present in red blood cells in the blood. According to WHO...

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