One of the most common causes of iron-deficiency anemia in girls and young women are heavy menstrual periods.
Raynaud’s syndrome is a condition that causes blood vessels going to certain parts of the body to over-react to cold or stress.
A standard blood donation provides one pint of blood. This one pint of blood can be used for four to five children.
G6PD deficiency is an inherited condition that occurs when the body doesn’t produce enough of an enzyme called glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase.
This February 29, we will celebrate Rare Disease Day, with a mission of raising awareness about rare diseases and their treatment.