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Iron Levels in Childhood Affect Brain Health in Adulthood by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Sat 28 Jan 2012 10:11pm Posted on 2012-01-27 06:00:00 in Brain and Mental Performance | Minerals | In that proper control of iron levels corresponds to healthy central nervous system function, a number of ... Read on »
Low Iron Levels Can Affect Your Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 6:31pm Most women know the importance of getting enough iron once they are pregnant, but did you know that failing to get enough before conception can keep you from getting pregnant? It seems that women who do not get sufficient amounts of iron may suffer anovulation (lack of ovulation) and possibly poor egg health, which can inhibit pregnancy at ... Read on »
Low Iron Levels May Affect Your Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 6:41pm Most women know the importance of getting enough iron once they are pregnant, but did you know that failing to get enough iron before conception can keep you from getting pregnant? Studies have shown that women who do not get sufficient amounts of iron may suffer anovulation (lack of ovulation) and possibly poor egg health, which can inhib ... Read on »
Blood Tests & Iron Levels by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Thu 27 Feb 2014 3:48pm This is one of those posts that I’ve thought about in my head for a while but haven’t figured out how to put “pen to paper” or “fingers to keyboard.” No one likes being sick. But, what I find to be even worse than being sick is being sick when no one, including doctors and nurses, can figure out why you’re sick. I’ve watched as ... Read on »
Maintaining Protein and Iron levels on a Vegetarian diet by Julie Daniluk Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 8:21am Question:   I'm a young female adult and a vegetarian. I've only been a vegetarian for a bit more than 2 years and having problems with maintaining my protein and iron levels. Are there easy snacks/foods I can make for on the go that will keep my diet in balance? Answer:   I understand your troub ... Read on »
Low Iron Levels In Blood Give Clue To Blood Clot Risk by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Thu 15 Dec 2011 6:49pm People with low levels of iron in the blood have a higher risk of dangerous blood clots, according to research published in the journal Thorax today. A study of clotting risk factors in patients with an inherited blood vessel disease suggests that treating iron deficiency might be important for preventing potentially lethal blood clots. Eac ... Read on »
Physical activity found to reduce iron levels in women, and why it’s important to correct this by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 10:09pm Nutritional needs can vary a bit between men and women, and this does certainly seem to be generally so for iron. Women who menstruate are at risk of iron deficiency because of the iron lost in menstrual blood each month. In my experience, a very significant proportion of such women have low or suboptimal iron [...] Read on »
Low Iron Levels Can Affect Your Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 6:30pm Most women know the importance of getting enough iron once they are pregnant, but did you know that failing to get enough before conception can keep you from getting pregnant? It seems that women who do not get sufficient amounts of iron may suffer anovulation (lack of ovulation) and possibly poor egg health, which can inhibit [...] Read on »
Low Iron Levels May Affect Your Fertility by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 6:40pm Most women know the importance of getting enough iron once they are pregnant, but did you know that failing to get enough iron before conception can keep you from getting pregnant? Studies have shown that women who do not get sufficient amounts of iron may suffer anovulation (lack of ovulation) and possibly poor egg health, which [...] Read on »
Iron Levels May Affect Stroke and Dementia Risk by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Mon 17 Mar 2014 12:00am It’s long been accepted that iron is a necessary nutrient for the body though the amount needed can change with an individual’s age as well as gender. Now, there is evidence that iron can also have conflicting effects depending on whether a person is at risk for stroke and vascular dementia or for Alzheimer’s di ... Read on »