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The growth of children is a very important factor for physical and mental development especially in their early years is critical so feed them well to grow with all the necessary nutrients your body in the process of development and training required.
Therefore it is elementary that the parents to track their children in this subject because of not worrying about it or take it too lightly could cause serious problems in the welfare of a child, such as anemia and other diseases or worse, the abnormal or delayed development of their children. Read the rest of this entry »
The anemia in the smaller is produced by various shortcomings and a marked deficit in the production of red blood cells by diverse reasons.
Among them, some are:
- ٭Fatigue, as having a low hemoglobin level is a poor transport of oxygen to the cells in the lungs and other tissues.
- ٭Pale, this is also due to a shortfall in low hemoglobin.
- ٭Headache, which is vary according to degree of anemia and the adaptability of the child.
Among his most notable cases can highlight the excessive bleeding anemia, which may be due to accidents, surgery or birth and those that occur chronically, either nose bleeds or ulcers. Read the rest of this entry »