Single? Maybe it's an iron deficiency

Results of a study examining the long-term effects of iron deficiency associate the condition with poorer cognitive, motor and social-emotional outcomes.

Results of a study examining the long-term effects of iron deficiency associate the condition with poorer cognitive, motor, and social-emotional outcomes. The research will appear in The Journal of Pediatrics. It was noted in the Stone Hearth Newsletter.

Iron deficiency is a worldwide problem, especially

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