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Researchers in Sweden believe they have found a way to help low birth weight newborns: iron supplementation. According to scientists from Umea University , the largest in northern Scandinavia, supplemental iron could boost brain development and help
Drinking two cups of milk a day is enough to give most young children enough vitamin D and iron, a Canadian study suggests. In Monday's issue of the journal Pediatrics, Toronto researchers said there's a trade-off from drinking milk for those aged
Reuters Iron supplements may help boost brain development and ward off behavioral problems in babies who are born a bit on the small side, a new study from Sweden suggests. Low birth-weight babies are more likely to end up iron deficient, researchers
Anemia is a symptom caused by a myriad of conditions. These conditions include iron deficiency, vitamin B12 deficiency, vitamin C deficiency, Vitamin E deficiency, vitamin B6 deficiency, and thyroid disorders, for openers. Since the most significant
Ferumoxytol is launched as Rienso in Europe and is called as Feraheme in the US. Both the US and European regulatory bodies have approved the drug as the iron deficiency anemia therapy for adult chronic kidney disease patients, in June 2009 and June
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz listens to a question as he speaks with the media in Ottawa, Thursday Oct. 4, 2012. Recent outbreak of E. coli at Brooks, Alta. plant XL Foods sparks public interest in what can be done to prevent contamination. E.
Yet from a medical perspective, fatigue can't be dismissed with a simple instruction to get more sleep. When approached in the pharmacy, I take the perspective that anyone actively seeking advice on treatment probably needs a medical assessment. That'
Puck drop We arrived in Moscow about three weeks before the Summit, as my father assumed his post at the Canadian embassy...At the first Moscow game I was interviewed by the CBC, a result, I am sure, of our almost hysterical support of our team. My
The image of a sobbing Paula Findlay crossing the finish line in last place will be one of the most enduring of the London Olympics. The distraught 23-year-old triathlete from Edmonton said she just "had nothing in my legs," which she now believes
Font Resize Longmont Times-Call At a quick glance it looks like a sign of autumn, but a condition called iron chlorosis is plaguing trees throughout the Front Range and turning their leaves an unhealthy yellow. "This is quite possibly the most common