Posts tagged "Haemoglobin"

Food that Shoots up your Blood Count

Blood count is very important to any one in keeping them fit and fine. Do you know how many diseases would get attracted when your Blood gets low? From Anaemia to many more other diseases take opportunity to week you more, Read more…

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Posted by Prits - 21/02/2013 at 03:04

Categories: Blood Disorders & Transfusion, Human Anatomy, Medical   Tags: , ,

Malnutrition and Related Diseases in Children

Malnutrition causes due to lack of nutritious and balanced diet intake and leads to severe complications, if it not diagnosed and treated early. Some of the commonly occurred malnutrition disorders in children are Marasmus caused due to the severe deficiency Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 09/01/2013 at 05:28

Categories: Medical, Medical sciences 2, Pediatrics & Therapeutics   Tags: , ,

Is Type 2 Diabetes curable..???

The urging problem which the world is facing now is the problem of Diabetes. Its pace of inflation is more and increasing daily but the solutions to overcome such problems are also increasing simultaneously. Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 07/01/2013 at 04:30

Categories: Medical, Medical sciences 2, Surgery   Tags: , ,

Hemoglobinopathies-Defective Haemoglobin

Hemoglobinopathies are the genetic defects that give rise to abnormal haemoglobin structure. These structural changes involve substitution of one amino acid with another, deletion of a one or more than one amino acid or abnormal hybridization of the subunits. Read more…

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Posted by Catherine Stewart - 17/12/2012 at 08:21

Categories: Blood Disorders & Transfusion, Human Anatomy, Medical   Tags: , ,

Sickle Cell Disease : At a Glance

Sickle cell anaemia is a disease passed down through families to generations, which leads to an abnormal haemoglobin and thereby causes sickled red blood cells. These distorted red blood cells are prone to disruption, which leads Read more…

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Posted by Amy Rosanna - 27/10/2012 at 04:10

Categories: Applied Biological Sciences, Biology, Experimental Sciences   Tags: , , ,