Hemoglobin Levels (cont.)
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What Is Anemia and What Are Its Symptoms?
Anemia is a term that means less than normal levels of red blood cells or hemoglobin in a person's blood. The term is derived from the Greek term anaimia, meaning lack of blood. The symptoms of anemia usually include some of the following symptoms:
Underlying causes that are responsible for the anemia often produce other symptoms that are more specific to the underlying cause.
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