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Anemia (INACTIVE)

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  • Protect your child from iron deficiency

    Protect your child from iron deficiency
    An article released in October in the journal Pediatrics from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) committee on nutrition, sets new guidelines for iron intake in infants and children. The news is not good. According to Dr. Frank Greer, co-author of...
  • Be the Match!

    Be the Match!
    To learn more about Joe Leone and follow his treatment, go to: www.joeysjourney-thebattleagainstaplasticanemia.org Two bone marrow drives have been scheduled for Joe Leone: Sunday, January 9th St. Stephen Deacon and Martyr Catholic Church 17500 S....
  • Critics question whether sickle cell trait can cause sudden death

    Critics question whether sickle cell trait can cause sudden death
    Dr. Kwaku Ohene-Frempong is an avid sports fan. He fondly remembers his days as a track star at Yale. "I'm supposedly a friend of the NCAA," the University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus said. "I've received awards from the NCAA and I treasure them."...
  • Ereck Plancher trial: Medical examiner defends finding Plancher died from trait

    Ereck Plancher trial: Medical examiner defends finding Plancher died from trait
    UCF Athletics Association attorneys aimed to discredit the medical examiner who testified complications from sickle cell trait contributed to Ereck Plancher's death. Medical examiner Joshua Stephany told the jury Plancher's death was caused by...
  • Further study urged on virus found in Pacific salmon

    Further study urged on virus found in Pacific salmon
    U.S. senators from Alaska and Washington state called on Thursday for more investigation of a contagious and lethal fish virus recently detected for the first time in wild Pacific salmon, alarming marine scientists. The infectious salmon anemia virus,...
  • Children's rare disease links U.Va.'s London, Seminoles' Fisher beyond football

    Children's rare disease links U.Va.'s London, Seminoles' Fisher beyond football
    Some time this weekend before their teams line up in Tallahassee, Fla., on Saturday night, Virginia's Mike London and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and their families will meet and explore a bond that extends far beyond football — the health of...
  • Garlic doesn't fight fleas, can cause anemia

    Garlic doesn't fight fleas, can cause anemia
    Q: I live in "the bird dog capital of the world," where a common add-in to dog food is a sprinkling of garlic powder to repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. It seems to work, as many handlers and kennels do not give the dogs a flea and tick treatment before...
  • Another Homeless Man Found Stabbed to Death in Anaheim

    Another Homeless Man Found Stabbed to Death in Anaheim
    ANAHEIM (KTLA) - The discovery of yet another homeless man stabbed to death in North Orange County has set the city of Anaheim on edge. Sgt. Bob Dunn of the Anaheim Police Department confirmed to KTLA News Friday night that the department is working on a...
  • Firefighter Meets Girl He Saved in a Miracle Donor Match

    Firefighter Meets Girl He Saved in a Miracle Donor Match
    There were tears and hugs at FDNY headquarters, where a little Iowa girl met the firefighter who saved her life three years ago. James Wildes, 37, a former police officer who switched to the Fire Department nine years ago, didn't rush into a burning...
  • Select a baby's health, not eye color

    Select a baby's health, not eye color
    Something stinks about reproductive medicine in Southern California, and it doesn't involve eight dirty diapers. Recently, the Los Angeles-based Fertility Institutes announced that it would soon be offering patients at its clinics the chance to choose...
  • CDC Documents Sickle Cell Risks

    CDC Documents Sickle Cell Risks
    African American children with sickle cell disease are at high risk of intellectual disabilities, hearing and vision deficits and frequent severe headaches, federal researchers said Tuesday. Children with the inherited disease are at least four times...
  • FDA escalates warnings about drugs to counter anemia, chemo fatigue

     
    Acting on growing safety concerns, the FDA on Tuesday ordered strict new procedures on the prescribing and dispensing of medication that treats anemia in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. The new strictures ordered by the FDA affect a class of...