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April 21, 2015  

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  • Anemia

    Depending on the extent of oxygen deprivation, the symptoms of anemia can include fatigue, weakness, dizziness or fainting, rapid heartbeat, confusion, and sad or depressed mood. As anemia becomes more severe, symptoms become more dangerous, sometimes subjecting the heart to harmful amounts stress and causing potentially life-threatening problems for patients. The main causes of anemia include serious diseases, dietary deficiencies, blood loss, genetic defects or disease, and medication.

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